About this Group

Data Warehousing came of age in 2009! It’s 21 years since the first description of a data warehouse architecture was published by Barry Devlin and Paul Murphy in the IBM Systems Journal. Since then we have seen a variety of architectural pictures of the data warehouse and a multitude of implementation approaches. If there’s one lesson we’ve learned over the past two decades, it is that there is no single correct architecture and no one-size-fits-all implementation. There are, however, architectural principles and implementation best practices that should be considered. Now, as business speed and complexity increase, regulatory pressures grow and technology advances gather pace, this group provides the key vendor-neutral place to explore lessons from the past, share experiences from the present and define new architectural ideas and implementation approaches for the coming 21 years.

Group Owner:
Barry Devlin

Barry Devlin