Definition of Data Vault Modeling 

What does is it mean and how is it used

What is Data Vault Modeling? 

Data vault modeling is a database modeling method that is designed to provide long-term historical storage of data coming in from multiple operational systems.

Why use Data Vault Modeling?

The main benefit of this type of modeling is the fact that it is not built into the schemas. So, you have a lot more flexibility and ability to quickly adapt your models to the changing needs of the enterprise. Otherwise you might be waiting a long time for your BI teams to add the new relationships into the Data Warehouse.

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Data Vault Modeling Use Case

Implementing a data-vault-modeled data warehouse can cause complexities and affect the database’s performance. Exasol’s solution brings agility and flexibility to this picture by utilizing a scalable, fast in-memory RDBMS.

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