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Data Modeling & 

Data Architecture

Conference

2020-05-18/19/20

Fact-oriented modeling at the Knowledge Gap conference

Posted 28/1/2020

Too often, data modeling is seen as a mere technical exercise. At least as often, the meaning of what has actually been modeled gets lost in the process. Fact-oriented modeling and especially Fully Communication Oriented Information Modeling (FCO-IM) can help you to focus on meaningful instances of human communication instead and to leave the technical implementation details to a powerful generator.

Intrigued? At the Knowledge Gap, you’ll have the rare opportunity to hear two experts talk about Fact-Oriented Modeling on a high level, Stephan Volkmann from TEDAMOH and Marco Wobben from CaseTalk. In addition, there will be several other presentations about the human and organizational context of data modeling and data architecture.

Focus: Fact-Oriented ModelingFocus: Fact-Oriented Modeling

If you want to know more about the presentations, have a look at the conference program. And if you’re interested in sponsoring the conference, please contact us.

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Cloud data warehousing at the Knowledge Gap conference

Posted 23/1/2020

Cloud data warehousing opens up interesting opportunities and new challenges for data architects, data modelers and everybody working with data & analytics. Therefore, it will be one of the focus topics of the Knowledge Gap conference.

We’re looking forward to presentations from three seasoned data architects: Petr Beles from Datavault Builder, John Ryan from Snowflake and Rogier Werschkull from Cloud Analytics Now. And we’re happy to announce that one of the most exciting players in this area, Snowflake Computing, will be one of the main sponsors of the conference and part of our exhibition. 

Focus: Cloud Data WarehousingFocus: Cloud Data Warehousing

If you want to know more about the presentations, have a look at the conference program. And if you’re interested in sponsoring yourself, please contact us.

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Data automation at the Knowledge Gap conference

Posted 21/1/2020

We’re very much looking forward to some great discussions about data automation on the final day of the conference, especially the concluding panel discussion with Mirjam Cohrs, Petr Beles, Lars Rönnbäck, Roelant Vos and Rogier Werschkull. Experienced data architect Jody Johans will facilitate.

Panel Discussion: Data AutomationPanel Discussion: Data Automation

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Welcome to the Knowledge Gap conference website!

Posted 17/1/2020

The Knowledge Gap data modeling & data architecture conference is open for registrations. We’re looking forward to meeting you in Munich in May. If you’re unsure if this is the right conference for you, check out our great conference program. If you have any questions, please contact us.

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