Business Intelligence meets Data Engineering with Emerging Technologies


Business Intelligence made easy

Today we have more requirements with ever-growing tools and framework, complex cloud architectures, and with data stack that is changing rapidly. I hear claims: “Business Intelligence (BI) takes too long to integrate new data”, or “understanding how the numbers match up is very hard and needs lots of analysis”. The…

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Email, and the way we (should) communicate at work


Old Phone

The first example of email can be found on computers at MIT in a program called MAILBOX, all the way back in 1965. Besides its advantages of sharing fast and in a direct way, there are several studies stating that average office workers receiving 110 messages a day. Given the fact…

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Open-Source Data Warehousing – Druid, Apache Airflow & Superset


These days, everyone talks about open-source. However, this is still not common in the Data Warehouse (DWH) field. Why is this?

In my recent blog, I researched OLAP technologies, for this post I chose some open-source technologies and used them together to build a full data architecture for a Data Warehouse… Read more

These days, everyone talks about open-source. However, this is still not common in the Data Warehouse (DWH) field. Why is this?

In my recent blog, I researched OLAP technologies, for this post I chose some open-source technologies and used them together to build a full data architecture for a Data Warehouse…

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OLAP, what’s coming next?


Are you on the lookout for a replacement for the Microsoft Analysis Cubes, are you looking for a big data OLAP system that scales ad libitum, do you want to have your analytics updated even real-time? In this blog, I want to show you possible solutions that are ready for… Read more

Are you on the lookout for a replacement for the Microsoft Analysis Cubes, are you looking for a big data OLAP system that scales ad libitum, do you want to have your analytics updated even real-time? In this blog, I want to show you possible solutions that are ready for…

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Today’s Office – The Location Independent Lifestyle


Palawan - Today's Office

Today’s Office is something I started doing while I was working on the road and working remotely. Whenever suited I took a picture from my «Office». Thus I’m sharing my best pictures over my latest few months, also because the independent-work-lifestyle resembles the way of working from many of us…

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Tools I Use – Part III


Tools I Use - sspaeti.com

Tools I use part III will focus on increasing your productivity in communication, grammar, deep work or study, little notes and in Google Chrome. Some of the tools you might already know but hopefully not all the features as I try to elaborate on the most helpful once. Without further ado,…

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Data Engineering, the future of Data Warehousing?


Data Engineering, the future of Data Warehousing

Today, there are 6,500 people on LinkedIn who call themselves data engineers according to stitchdata.com. In San Francisco alone, there are 6,600 job listings for this same title. The number of data engineers has doubled in the past year, but engineering leaders still find themselves faced with a significant shortage…

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Data Warehouse vs Data Lake | ETL vs ELT


Data Lake vs Data Warehouse

There is a bit of a confusion between Data Warehouse vs Data Lake or ETL vs ELT. I hear that Data Warehouses are not used anymore, that they are replaced by Data Lakes altogether, but is that true? And why do we need Data Warehouses anyway? I will go into…

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Tools I Use – Microsoft OneNote – Part II


As promised in part I here is the part II of tools I use and in this part, I will entirely focus on one of my most used and favourite tool called Microsoft OneNote. I use it for almost everything, you may ask “Why?! What is the big deal, I can use Microsoft…

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What Data Warehouse Automation tools are on the market


The 5 top most searched Data Warehouse Automation tools on the market compared with GoogleTrends is telling you that WhereScape is first before TimeXtender and BiReady (new Attunity Compose) over the last year. See the picture in full size or go directly to GoogleTrend comparison and change to your own needs.

Although… Read more

The 5 top most searched Data Warehouse Automation tools on the market compared with GoogleTrends is telling you that WhereScape is first before TimeXtender and BiReady (new Attunity Compose) over the last year. See the picture in full size or go directly to GoogleTrend comparison and change to your own needs.

Although…

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