Data Vault with ODE
Data Vault is a Data Warehousing methodology. Learn more about it here. ODE is a config-driven engine for building and managing Data Vaults.
At the moment ODE only works with MS SQL Server. Refer here for the latest ODE installation.
Modelling a Data Vault with ODE
Configuring with ODE
Make sure you are running the latest version of ODE. This article helps if you have ODE installed, but you don’t know its version. If your version is ODE v2 or v4, some of the following articles are irrelevant to you. Either upgrade to the latest version or use scripts that match your version: ODE v2 scripts, ODE v4 scripts.
These steps will help you with creating the databases for data vault.
Follow these steps to configure new data source. Once this is done, you can create as many ensembles as you want using the same source database. Use this article to configure a Hub and Satellite. Then use this article to configure a Link.
Refer a quick start to build your first Data Vault ensemble based on Adventure Works table in a few minutes.
Managing the Data Vault with ODE
Once Data Vault is configured, build physical tables.
Query builder could help with selecting the data from Data Vault.
Once your Data Vault is up and running, use this article to monitor data loads and troubleshoot exceptions.
Other Cool Features
Use Metrics Vault to audit and capture all the pretty data about your Data Vaults.
Any two Data Vault objects could be reconciled against each other, just let ODE know how to match fields from both sides.
ODE supports data loads from another data source server via SQL Server Integration Services. This article describes how to generate SSIS packages with BIML scripts.
Frequently Asked Questions
Got stuck? Maybe one of the following articles could help.
ODE Config Structure