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Big Data Digest

“The days of operating a single vendor IT software estate are behind us.” Source: http://www.computerweekly.com/blog/Data-Matters/Big-data-best-practice-means-a-best-of-breed-approach

“ This is why the market for data warehouses alone is forecast to grow to $20 billion by 2022 according to  73 more words

Dashboard

Adding many-to-many relationships to a data warehouse

Many to many relationships frequently occur in OLTP databases.  For instance, consider a retail system which stores the details of products in one table. Each product  could belong to  one or more product types; equally, each product type could apply to more than one product.  274 more words

Data Warehouse

Misusing tSQLt: test that table data is correct (dims or reference data)

The following tSQLt test checks the unchanging (or very slowly-changing) data in a dimension or reference table to ensure that it has not been changed unexpectedly as part of the data warehouse update: 128 more words

SQL Server

Bengals don't fare well in opening Super Bowl LIII odds

After another disappointing season and re-upping with head coach Marvin Lewis for two more years,  those in charge of crafting the Super Bowl LIII odds don’t look kindly on the Cincinnati Bengals. 205 more words

Cincinnati Bengals

Death Star

OK, got your attention there.

For much of the BI epoch we have modelled data warehouses as star schemas – a central factual hub surrounded by dimensional rays. 326 more words

Data Warehouse

A.J. Green replaced by T.Y. Hilton in 2018 Pro Bowl due to injury

Despite a down year by his own standards, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green got voted to the 2018 Pro Bowl.

Wednesday, the NFL announced Green would bow out of the proceedings due to an injury. 191 more words

Cincinnati Bengals

Can Bob Bicknell help John Ross reach lofty DeSean Jackson comparisons?

Bob Bicknell joined the Cincinnati Bengals as wide receivers coach this offseason in large part for obvious reasons — getting to coach A.J. Green is one, as is reuniting with offensive coordinator Bill Lazor. 386 more words

Cincinnati Bengals