Instructor: Dan Linstedt, LearnDataVault.com
Author, founder, inventor of Data Vault modeling, methodology, and architecture. Dan is the world renowned expert in Data Vault. He has 25+ years of IT industry experience with a majority of that time spent in big data systems, business intelligence, and data warehousing. He teaches all the certification classes available in Vermont. He has helped many fortune 50 companies including Nike, US Air Force, US Department of Defense, American Automobile Association, Desjardins Bank, and Edmonton Police Services (to name a few) implement their global Data Vault visions.
You can find out more about Dan Linstedt by reading through Empowered Holdings web site, or signing up to follow the Data Vault blog.
Locations: India, Eastern Regions
Sanjay Pande is the co-founder of LearnDataVault.com. Sometimes he provides instruction on big data technologies and their role in Data Warehouses especially using the Data Vault 2.0 architecture. He has over 15 years of industry experience consulting with very large enterprises, data integration tool vendors and educational institutions.
His research focus was the development of neural networks for the analysis of texts. After a detour into self-employment, including the analysis of e-commerce transaction data, has Michael Olschimke as Business Intelligence Consultant various projects, accompanied in the automotive industry in particular.
Since 2010, Michael holds Olschimke the course Information Systems Management for aspiring MBA’s Steinbeis University. The focus of the course is on IT processes, E-Commerce and Data Warehousing and students to introduce them to modern IT systems for knowledge management and knowledge discovery.
Instructor: Nols Ebersohn, Certus Solutions
Over the last 20 years I have acquired thorough experience and skill across a broad range of disciplines that is encompassed by Information Management and the supporting architectures. I am committed to establishing capabilities and guiding these capabilities from infancy to maturity in governance, focusing on operability as a key accomplishment for organisations.
I am an expert in Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence implementation, and have used a number of tool sets including IBM InfoSphere, and SAS Data Integration Server. My role at Certus has allowed me to work in a number of industries, and acquire an in-depth understanding of traditional issues faced by all of today’s organisations.
Instructor: Vincent McBurney, Certus Solutions
Vincent is an experienced Information Architect who has been designing and building solutions for Insight for over twenty years with customers in Australia, Europe and the United States. Vincent was an early adopter of Data Vault Modelling in Australia in 2006 and has worked on Data Vault projects across many platforms for over ten years.
Instructor: Bruce McCartney, PerformanceG2
An expert in database design, performance tuning, replication, high availability and security, Mr. McCartney is an excellent problem solver and enjoys sharing his knowledge with clients. His professional background is extensive, including 25 years of involvement with Oracle.
Bruce is an Oracle 12G Certified Professional (OCP) as well as a Certified Data Vault Modeler, and was co-founder of DBCORP Information Systems Inc. and First4 Database Partners Inc. Mr. McCartney has been working with Data Vaults for 10 years.
Instructor: Cindi Meyersohn, Quadrint, Inc
Cindi joined Quadrint in 2004 as a Senior Technical Consultant. Prior to joining Quadrint she spent 20 years in IT and network engineering in the telecom and financial commercial spaces before entering the consulting arena. During her tenure at Quadrint, she has worked in a variety of technical capacities including software development, infrastructure and engineering implementation and support, business analytics, and data warehousing.
She has spent the past two and a half years leading the architectural design, implementation, and ELT development of a Data Vault 2.0 solution at the DoD. Cindi holds a MS in Systems Engineering from George Washington University and a BS in Information Systems from Strayer University.