Thursday: Laws of Nature for Information – a Data Vault perspective

Laws of Nature for Information – a Data Vault perspective

Have you ever considered the Laws of Nature in our physical environment? You know, little things like – what goes up must come down? Otherwise known as the law of gravity. There is the laws of thermodynamics and many others.  The interesting phenomenon of laws of nature is that it is true in both the positive and the negative. For instance: What goes up must come down. It also survives the negative of: What goes up cannot stay up indefinitely.

So what are these laws of nature for information? What are the consequences of these laws of nature on our design? How does it change the way we approach information management and in particular, how and when do these laws affect your Data Vault?

These are perplexing questions! Given the universality of the laws of nature, if you violate these laws, it tends to result in unwanted or unexpected disasters. This discussion will explore these laws and the impacts on design and the relevance to your data vault deployments.

What you will learn:

  • What are the laws of nature of Information?
  • What are the effects of these laws on information design?
  • What are the effects at a Model level?
  • What are the effects at an architectural level?
  • What are the consequences of violating the laws of nature pertaining to information?

Full Conference
Location: On-line Date: May 20, 2021 Time: 2:00 pm - 2:55 pm Nols Ebersohn