(2021-May-01) My first time working with a Data Vault modeling was in 2018, where I started and continued my journey to explore this approach or creating a scalable mechanism to run massively parallel data processing.
Here is a brief history of my public activities with the Data Vault methodology:
- 2019-May-24: Blog post published about using Azure Data Factory Mapping Data Flows to populate Data Vault - http://datanrg.blogspot.com/2019/05/using-azure-data-factory-mapping-data.html
- 2020-Mar-15: Webinar session on Using Azure Data Factory Mapping Data Flows to populate Data Vault at the recent PASS Data Architecture Virtual Group meeting was recorded - http://datanrg.blogspot.com/2020/03/using-azure-data-factory-mapping-data.html
- 2020-Oct-27: Similar session to Design your Data Vault and Load it with Azure Data Factory was made for the virtual PASS Summit 2020 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQHvG5jilvc
- 2021-Mar-15: My ADF pipeline template submission on 'Using Azure Data Factory Mapping Data Flows to populate Data Vault' was acknowledged by Microsoft - https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/announcing-azure-data-factory-hackathon-winners-abhishek-narain/
At my current project, the Data Vault methodology is not used, however, I'm not losing my hope to get back to this whole universe of Hubs, Links, and Satellite tables someday in the future.