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Why the Data Warehouse is Not Dead and Stronger Than Ever

This is a guest post for Integrate.io written by Bill Inmon, an American computer scientist recognized as the "father of the data warehouse." Inmon wrote the first book and first magazine column about data warehousing, held the first conference about this topic, and was the first person to teach data warehousing classes. Five things you need to know about this topic: The data warehouse is the whack-a-mole of technology.

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Integrating Your Data Warehouse and Data Mesh Strategies

Data warehousing requires data centralization, whereas data mesh enables a decentralized approach to data access. Organizations might think that the solution to their data management strategy requires a choice between the two, but the reality is that both approaches can and should co-exist.

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Does the Data Warehouse Sit on a Single Physical Database?

This is a guest post for Integrate.io written by Bill Inmon, an American computer scientist recognized as the "father of the data warehouse." Inmon wrote the first book and first magazine column about data warehousing, held the first conference about this topic, and was the first person to teach data warehousing classes. Five things to know about this topic.

BigQuery, Google's Enterprise Data Warehouse

The Google Cloud Computing Foundations courses are for individuals with little to no background or experience in cloud computing. They provide an overview of concepts central to cloud basics, big data, and machine learning, and where and how Google Cloud fits in. By the end of the series of courses, learners will be able to articulate these concepts and demonstrate some hands-on skills. Google Cloud Skills Boost provides real Google Cloud environments that help developers and IT professionals learn cloud platforms and software, such as Firebase, Kubernetes, and more.
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Data Science Maturity and Understanding Data Architecture/Warehousing

This is a guest post for Integrate.io written by Bill Inmon, an American computer scientist recognized as the "father of the data warehouse." Inmon wrote the first book and magazine column about data warehousing, held the first conference about this topic, and was the first person to teach data warehousing classes. Data science is immature. This statement is not pejorative; it is simply a statement of historical fact. As such, it is not arguable.

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Choosing The Best Approach to Data Mesh and Data Warehousing

Data mesh is being talked about a lot to describe the way data is managed across the organization. But what does it really mean for your organization’s data management strategy and how can its framework support your business needs and drive data pipeline success? On a high level, data mesh is about connecting and enabling data management across distributed systems.

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Building a Sustainable Data Warehouse Design

Data plays a vital role in the growth of an organization. Companies spend large amounts of money on building data and big data infrastructures such as data vaults, data marts, data lakes, and data warehouses. These infrastructures are populated via multiple data sources using robust ETL pipelines that function throughout the day. A data infrastructure must operate 24/7 to provide real-time analysis and data-driven business insights.