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Rob's high performance data warehousing rule #4: Delete nothing, update only metadata.

Rob says: delete nothing, update only metadata.

Robert Harmon

Rob's high performance data warehousing rule #3: Strong operational data store ensures high performance

This has nothing to do with the DW itself. But if you miss it, you'll fail with your warehouse project.

Robert Harmon

Rob's high performance data warehousing rule #2: There's no point in measuring anything, if the data team can't measure itself.

"There's no point in measuring anything, if the data team can't measure itself."

Robert Harmon

Rob's high performance data warehousing rule #1: if you cannot constrain a thing, you cannot ingest that thing.

"If you cannot constrain a thing, you cannot ingest that thing."

Robert Harmon

How IQVIA Maximizes Analytics Performance for Life Sciences

IQVIA deep dive into maximizing impact of BI solutions for faster and more informed decision-making in Life Sciences.

Firebolt Team

Future of Performance is Not About Performance

The data warehousing market has gone absolutely mad over performance. Why is this the case?

Tino Tereshko

Top 10 Ways to Improve Cloud Data Warehouse Performance (And how it’s done in Firebolt)

Lear the top 10 tips of how to improve your cloud data warehouse performance.

Robert Meyer

How AppsFlyer manages scale without sacrificing performance

Appsflyer deals not only with 120 billion events per day, but does so while growing quickly as a company

Firebolt Team

How to accelerate Looker performance on Redshift, Snowflake and BigQuery

How to accelerate Looker performance on Redshift, Snowflake and BigQuery? Short-term fixes and the long-term solutions.

Robert Meyer