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In our recurring Data Vault Friday series, our adept BI Consultant, Julian Brunner, takes center stage to address a thought-provoking inquiry from a keen member of our audience.

“I want to create a dimension with three standard satellites and one multi-active satellite, that are all attached to the same hub. The multi-active satellite has a multi-active attribute included. Is there a best practice for DV modeling?”

Julian, leveraging his extensive experience and expertise, delves into the intricate realm of Data Vault modeling, with a specific focus on creating dimensions enriched with both standard and multi-active satellites. He elucidates best practices, providing valuable insights on how to architect an efficient and effective Data Vault model. The emphasis is on optimizing information delivery while maintaining the integrity and flexibility of the underlying data structure.

This engaging discussion serves as a valuable resource for data professionals seeking guidance on advanced Data Vault modeling techniques, showcasing Julian’s commitment to sharing practical insights and industry best practices.

Meet the Speaker

Julian Brunner

Julian Brunner

Julian Brunner is working as a Senior Consultant at Scalefree and studied Business Informatics and Business Administration. His main focus is on Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing and Data Vault 2.0. As a certified Data Vault 2.0 Practitioner he has 5 years of experience with Business Intelligence solutions and Data Warehouse development with the Data Vault 2.0 standards. He has successfully consulted customers from the banking and consulting sector.

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