Data Modeling

Data Modeling and Database Design and Development – including popular approaches such as Agile and Waterfall design - provide the basis for the Visualization, and Management of, Business Data in support of initiatives such a Big Data Analytics, Business Intelligence, Data Governance, Data Security, and other enterprise-wide data-driven objectives.

Data Modeling Articles

AI continues to fuel a hotbed of activity from automating mundane tasks to enhancing decision making, and progress in this area looks to heat up even more in 2023. Here, IT leaders share their perspectives on where AI is headed and what can be expected to change in 2023.

Posted November 30, 2022

Siren, provider of investigative intelligence analytics, is launching Siren 13, the latest iteration of the platform for accelerating investigations through better accessible and actionable data.

Posted November 29, 2022

Cameron O'Rourke, senior director of product strategy at Incorta, and Eldad Chai, CEO of Satori, gathered for a DBTA webinar, "Top Trends in Data Engineering," to discuss key patterns and methods that illuminate what areas of data and analytics need some technological TLC.

Posted November 22, 2022

IBM Research and PyTorch are partnering to enable foundation models with billions of parameters to easily run on standard cloud networking infrastructure, such as Ethernet networking. Researchers at IBM have been working with the distributed team within PyTorch, the open-source machine learning platform run by the Linux Foundation, to find a way to train large AI models on affordable networking hardware.

Posted November 21, 2022

Talend, a global provider of data integration and data management, it is partnering with Passerelle and Snowflake, the Data Cloud company, to provide new vertical solutions for delivering healthy data to organizations worldwide. Built on Talend Data Fabric and Snowflake's Data Cloud, Passerelle's Data Rocket provides a scalable architecture that delivers governed data ingestion, trusted stewardship, cloud-based storage, and on-demand visual analytics based on the foundation of healthy data. New Data Rocket vertical solutions will be tailored for key vertical markets, beginning with financial services.

Posted November 17, 2022

In the summer of 2010, I sat down with my son and had a serious conversation with him about what he wanted to become in life. He was at a point in his education where the classes he decided to take in the present would determine what kind of studies he could pursue in the future.

Posted November 17, 2022

NVIDIA announced broad adoption of its next-generation H100 Tensor Core GPUs and Quantum-2 InfiniBand, including new offerings on Microsoft Azure cloud and more than 50 new partner systems for accelerating scientific discovery. H100, Quantum-2, and the library updates are all part of NVIDIA's HPC platform—a full technology stack with CPUs, GPUs, DPUs, systems, networking, and a broad range of AI and HPC software—that provides researchers the ability to efficiently accelerate their work on powerful systems, on premises or in the cloud.

Posted November 16, 2022

Thrive, a provider of cybersecurity and digital transformation managed services, is announcing its acquisition of Custard Technical Services, a U.K. IT support company, enabling Custard clients to access the full range of advantages that Thrive's next-generation managed cybersecurity, cloud services, and automation platform supplies.

Posted November 15, 2022

Grafana Labs, providers of open source technology for dashboards and visualization, is unveiling their latest open source projects to improve upon its expanding observability stack: Grafana Phlare, a horizontally scalable continuous profiling database, and Grafana Faro, a web SDK facilitating frontend application observability.

Posted November 11, 2022

In the simplest terms, a logical data model is a visual representation of the business rules and requirements covering the universe-of-discourse for a given solution or enterprise, along with some textual support. Keeping this in mind, the logical data model is a metaphor describing the piece of the organization under analysis.

Posted November 10, 2022

Last month we looked at various types of database recovery, how they work, and how DBAs need to prepare for recovery scenarios. This month, let's delve a little deeper into the issues and decisions that DBAs need to be prepared to address as they work on database recovery. The first thing that DBAs need to be aware of is the recovery time objectives, or RTOs, for the database objects in question. In an ideal world, RTOs would have been established for each object and the backup procedures would be in place to establish sufficient time for recovering to those objectives.

Posted November 10, 2022

Is it getting easier or more difficult to lock down data in today's digital enterprises? Industry leaders have mixed opinions on the state of that challenge. Cloud vendors promise industrial-grade security for backend applica­tions and data, while at the same time the move to cloud increases complexity.

Posted November 02, 2022

Cleveland Clinic and IBM have begun deployment of the first private sector onsite, IBM-managed quantum computer in the United States. The IBM Quantum System is to be located on Cleveland Clinic's main campus in Cleveland. The first quantum computer in healthcare, anticipated to be completed in early 2023, is a key part of the two organizations'10-year partnership aimed at fundamentally advancing the pace of biomedical research through high-performance computing, according to IBM.

Posted October 31, 2022

As one of the fundamental building blocks of the metaverse, IoT digital twins have moved beyond the realms of simulation to facilitate an understanding of real-world problems. Take the European Union's "Destination Earth" initiative. This is drawing on a host of environmental, socioeconomic, and satellite data to develop digital "twins" of the planet in an effort to combat climate change, but the benefits do not stop there, particularly in the B2B world. For risk-averse companies in asset-intensive industries, digital twin technology is set to bring unparalleled value to mission-critical maintenance tasks and enable the delivery of more immersive product experiences to the end customer.

Posted October 31, 2022

Southern Supply is a group of distribution and manufacturing companies headquartered in Springfield, Missouri. The various business units distribute automation and ancillary products to commercial, utility, governmental, and industrial customers throughout the region and manufacture commercial aluminum doors and windows used around the world. Jesse Owsley is the software project manager at Southern Supply and had the idea to utilize Informer to automate the process of submitting required check information to banks

Posted October 26, 2022

Kasten by Veeam is unveiling the Kasten by Veeam K10 V5.5 Kubernetes data management platform, a solution geared toward bridging the gap between skill and user when employing Kubernetes.

Posted October 25, 2022

DBTA hosted a webinar, "Building a Real-time Document Data Store at Scale," featuring speakers Noel Yuhanna, VP and principal analyst at Forrester; George Demarest, director of product marketing at Aerospike; and Mario Ornelas, CEO of Zonetap, to explore the ways in which current document databases are ill-equipped to scale and perform at max efficiency, and how Aerospike rises to that challenge.

Posted October 20, 2022

DBTA hosted a webinar, sponsored by Melissa, titled "The Growing Challenge of Data Quality in the Era of Cloud and Analytics," featuring speakers Joe McKendrick, research analyst at Unisphere Research, and Bud Walker, VP of strategy and enterprise sales at Melissa, to discuss the issues with ensuring data quality among disparate and complex enterprise landscapes.

Posted October 20, 2022

Redgate, the provider behind database DevOps solutions and developer tools, is unveiling Flyway Enterprise, an enhanced iteration of the Flyway tool to accommodate organizations and their efforts toward standardizing and automating database deployment throughout their teams and technologies.

Posted October 18, 2022

The world is increasingly online, and online is increasingly real-time. This presents interesting performance challenges for databases, and Amazon MemoryDB for Redis is purpose-built to address them. According to a recent statistic, more than 5.47 billion people have access to the Internet which is approximately 69% of the world's population. This number has increased by a staggering 1.1 billion since 2019 or approximately 12% of the world population is now accessing internet for the first time.

Posted October 17, 2022

MANTA, the data lineage platform, is launching Release 38, an enhancement to its visualization techniques and scanner capabilities to deliver actionable insights for a variety of industries.

Posted October 17, 2022

Cloudera is announcing the general availability of DataFlow Functions (DFF) for Cloudera DataFlow within the Public Cloud on AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform, improving NiFi flow functions.

Posted October 17, 2022

Data observability is a relatively new discipline in the fields of data engineering and data management. While many are familiar with the longstanding concepts of observability and monitoring in enterprise IT networks and infrastructure, data observability has only really come into the spotlight in the last two years. However, it has managed to turn a lot of heads in that short time.

Posted October 17, 2022

Enterprise growth is a goal for most companies, yet it concurrently requires strategies in the event of data disaster or to maintain a regularly operable, productive system. With a cloud-native managed, multi-region infrastructure, enterprises can use their global presence as an advantage towards recovery methods.

Posted October 13, 2022

Kubernetes is an open source platform, upheld for its extensibility and portable quality for managing containerized workloads and services. While beneficial, there are areas that can be improved when employed—such as instances of deep technology stack troubleshooting, contrasting workload requirements, and efficient database management.

Posted October 13, 2022

The nature of enterprise functions is diverse: various teams, tools, and systems form a successful enterprise, each taking on an individual area of expertise. This necessary miscellany of groups and functions makes for a gap in data handling, where opposing operations can confound and slow productivity. Enter the semantic layer: the business glue that connects BI tools, users, and data through a common language reflected throughout every inch of the enterprise.

Posted October 12, 2022

CelerData, the enterprise improving business growth with a real-time analytics engine and AWS partner, is unveiling AWS Quick Start availability for StarRocks Project.

Posted October 10, 2022

Hammerspace, the provider of the Global Data Environment for on-premises data centers and public cloud infrastructures, is debuting their latest ameliorations to the Hammerspace Global Environment, enriching data value and collaboration with the Hammerspace Metadata Plugin, User Initiated File Protection, Automated File Reservation, and Global Audit functionality, each integrated with the Hammerspace Metadata Control Plane.

Posted October 07, 2022

Data, data, data—there's more of it every day, at greater complexity than ever before. While having the tools to manage and utilize that data is necessary, ensuring you are leveraging the maximum value from those systems and tools is critical.

Posted October 07, 2022

British mathematician Clive Humby famously said in 2006 that "Data is the new oil." In the 16 years since, companies of all sizes have drilled for and stored more and more data about their customers and business operations to drive performance and growth to reach their goals. In conjunction with the increased use of the consumer internet, data creation has exploded in recent years—considering the majority of the world's data collected over the course of human history has occurred in just the last two years alone. As a result, entire businesses and industries have been built solely on having access to unique and useful data.

Posted October 06, 2022

DiffusionData, previously known as Push Technology, is announcing its brand realignment to solidify its position as a provider of real-time data streaming, messaging solutions, and digital transformation solutions.

Posted October 06, 2022

We all know that monitoring data and insights are key to successful enterprise growth—but how can it be made actionable by operations teams?

Posted October 06, 2022

Domino Data Lab, provider of an Enterprise MLOps platform, is releasing Domino 5.3, introducing updates that improve the time-to-value and impact of data science. The latest platform version introduces a private preview of its Domino Nexus hybrid and multi-cloud capabilities, plus an expanded suite of connectors to simplify and democratize access to critical data sources, and new GPU inference capabilities that make it easier to productionize high value data science projects, including deep learning.

Posted October 06, 2022

Oracle announced the release of Java 19, the latest version of the leading programming language and development platform. Java 19 (Oracle JDK 19) delivers thousands of performance, stability, and security improvements, including enhancements to the platform that will help developers improve productivity and drive business-wide innovation, according to the vendor.

Posted October 05, 2022

Every organization, from the smallest nonprofit entities to the trillion-dollar behemoths dominating the historic landscape south of San Francisco, recognizes that tomorrow is not guar­anteed. In the early days of this decade, the world's governments put the world economy into existential peril as they attempted to "lock down" public interaction, resulting in the world's econo­mies shutting down. Even when the most destructive restrictions were loosened, there was a considerable amount of less onerous restrictions which lingered on for many months.

Posted October 04, 2022

Dell is offering new cybersecurity services that allow organizations to assess their Zero Trust and cyber resilience maturity, endpoint security solutions to support hybrid work, and ransomware protection for object storage data. Zero Trust is a cybersecurity model that shifts how organizations approach security from reliance solely on perimeter defenses to a proactive strategy that allows only known good activity across ecosystems and data pipelines.

Posted October 04, 2022

The Open Mainframe Project announced the availability of a z15 Mainframe system dedicated for training next generation talent and the development of new open software. Donated by Broadcom Mainframe Software Division, the z15 will be available for use by all Open Mainframe Projects and the open source community at large beginning in 2023. Broadcom's donation provides a critical, new resource to foster greater collaboration and the development of new tool sets across the mainframe community, according to the group.

Posted October 03, 2022

IBM plans to acquire Dialexa, a leading U.S. digital product engineering services firm, to help companies drive innovation and achieve their digital growth agendas. The acquisition is expected to deepen IBM's product engineering expertise and provide end-to-end digital transformation services for clients.

Posted October 03, 2022

The information imbalance between purveyors of AI-enabled systems and their oft unwitting subjects is profound. So much so that leading AI researchers point to this chasm as a critical ethics issue in and of itself. This is due largely to the fact that public perceptions or, more accurately, misperceptions can enable (however unintentionally) the deployment of insidiously invasive or unsound AI applications.

Posted September 29, 2022

ClearML, a frictionless, unified, end-to-end MLOps platform, is releasing ClearML for Enterprise, empowering MLOps teams to execute, manage, monitor, audit, and analyze the entire MLOps process from a single fully integrated platform—all with just two lines of code.

Posted September 29, 2022

CloudBees, a leading software delivery platform for enterprises, is acquiring ReleaseIQ to expand the company's DevSecOps capabilities, empowering customers with a low-code, end-to-end release orchestration and visibility solution. According to CloudBees, the new SaaS-based offering enables DevOps organizations to rapidly compose and analyze workflows, orchestrating any combination of continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) technologies—including Jenkins—without migration or replacement.

Posted September 28, 2022

The big data world is changing in ways never seen before, particularly when it comes to bringing data together and into situations where it can be actionable for the business. The challenge faced by all enterprises—large and small—is being able to discover, identify, and bring the data needed to build products, deliver services, and understand customers. Data integration itself has been a practice—and challenge—for decades. Now, however, new tools and processes are enabling new ways of bringing enterprises to a state in which it can support sophisticated applications such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the Internet of Things.

Posted September 27, 2022

HEAVY.AI, an innovator in advanced analytics, is introducing HeavyRF, an extension of the company's deep analytics platform that uses NVIDIA Omniverse to create digital twins that help telco network operators speed deployments of wireless networks.

Posted September 27, 2022

DBTA recently held a webinar titled, "How Cisco Provides World-Class Technology Conference Experiences Using Automation, Programmability, Python, InfluxDB and Grafana," featuring speaker Jason Davis, distinguished services engineer for DevNet at Cisco Systems, to discuss the precise approaches taken by Cisco during CiscoLive events that improve network performance, availability, resiliency, and observability through automation.

Posted September 26, 2022