It’s fairly easy to get certified in Data Vault 2.0. We offer a course called Data Vault 2.0 Boot Camp and Certification. This class offers a solid foundation of material for the well rounder practitioner. The class is targeted at everyone who needs to be involved in the Data Vault program and projects. The class, includes material for: directors, program managers, IT staff (including metadata specialists, data architects, data modelers, data integration specialists, and systems architects).
The beginner or intermediate students will get a well rounded knowledge of what’s new with Data Vault 2.0, as well as practical implementation experience and real-world best practices. It is recommended however, that the beginner (at a minimum) read the book:
Building a Scalable Data Warehouse with Data Vault 2.0 before attending class. The book contains supplemental materials and in-depth examples that will help the student prepare for the exam.
Suggested Learning Path
- Pick up the book (listed above)
- Take CDVP2 (Certified Data Vault 2.0 Practitoner) Course
CDVP2 is the ONLY recognized certification for Data Vault principles and best practices.
The class covers many of the needed technologies and new advancements available today. From Big Data to NoSQL, from Unstructured to Semi-Structured to Fully Structured, and from Hybrid solutions to Relational – this class has it covered. New materials in this course also cover Hard Real Time, Near Real Time, Azure, Hadoop, Hive, Spark, Tez, Drill and more. We dive in to Agile Development and how it works with Disciplined Agile Delivery, SAFe, and Data Vault Methodology – including CMMI, SEI, Six Sigma, and TQM principles and best practices.
The CDVP2 Class is not to be missed. It is the only way to become truly certified in leading Data Vault Principles and best practices. Take the course from one of our authorized trainers; not only have they taught the class for the past two years, but they also have experience building the solutions, on-site for customers just like you.
What are the optional classes?
The optional classes are implementation classes – they are targeted at the data integration specialist. The SQL Class is hands-on, and covers ANSI standard SQL approaches to integrating your data sets. It provides SQLServer examples complete with DDL, sample data, SQL code to load the staging area, and the Data Vault. The SQL class covers Data Vault 1.0 and Data Vault 2.0 loading procedures. You can read more about this class here: http://learnDataVault.com
The Informatica course focuses on leveraging PowerCenter. It comes with DDL, sample data, XML (informatica Mappings, workflows and sessions). It teaches the developer how to load staging areas, compute hashes, leverage parameter driven mappings. It also covers Data Vault 1.0 and Data Vault 2.0 loading standards. You can find out more about the class here: http://LearnDataVault.com