DMZ Asia Pacific

Melbourne Business School, Melbourne

1 - 2 July 2021

Many organisations invest heavily in change without knowing what information they need.

Data modeling is the discipline that enables people to speak about data effectively and benefit from it. Data models provide a bridge for strategy, business and IT to communicate and agree on a referencstructure for valued information.

At Data Modeling Zone, teams learn how to communicate about data – using proven tools and relevant case studies.

DMZ provides training focused on developing data modelling skills for all levels of expertise. It’s the leading reputable, international event that travels the US and Europe, and now in Melbourne for July 2021. 

International standard presenters figure highly on the DMZ program and are ready to share their knowledge. There are also three preconference workshops.  

Pre-Conference Workshops

Data Modeling Fundamentals
Best Practices Approach to Competency in Data Modeling
A Foundation For All Things Process:
Modeling, Design and Architecture
Becoming “Data Smart”
Data Literacy and Data Fluency

Partner Association members receive 10% Discount
on conference and workshop packages

Keynote Speakers

Digitalized Processes: Optimizing customer experience using digital analysis and design
Roger Burlton is a respected pioneer in the introduction of innovative approaches for Business Management. He is a world leader in the field of Business Process Management.
Introduction to DataOps: Intelligent and Automated Data Operations
Dave Wells is one of the top influences in Data modeling internationally. He leads the Data Management Practice at Eckerson Group.

Data models are the main tools for communicating data and information requirements from business to IT, and within IT from analysts, modelers, and architects, to database designers and developers. Data modelling skills are not static. Four reasons to develop data modeling skills are:

Manage information complexity

Deal with increasing needs, sources and types of data

Gather more complex requirements

Understand fact-based modelling techniques and how they work well with schema-less data

Work with technology change

Agile, Cloud, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence are technology-driven changes that will impact on data architectures

Work with new data structures

Learn how to model Graph, NoSQL and document data

Data Modelling Zone is for anyone in IT or business who works with data or is involved in the development of data capability within an organisation. Whether an analyst, developer or project manager – everyone needs to communicate and understand designs for developing information solutions.

Innovations Stream

George Bassili

Designing a Common Data Model in a Complex Enterprise

Lloyd Robinson

Complexity management business cases and modelling analytics environments

Selvaraaju Murugesan

Measuring the Impact of Data Governance at ACT Government

Bill Steinke

The Art of Noise

Andrew Smailes

Become a data designer: What if your boss is an algorithm?

Case Studies Stream

Bill Steinke

Data Modeling Case Study: A Public Sector Tale

Asif Gill

Adaptive Enterprise Data Architecture

Dr. Jonathan Gray

“Oh, what a tangled web we weave…” Disentanglement to the Rescue

More to be announced soon…

Tools Stream

John Giles

Data Vault success? It’s all about the business (model)!

Steve Hoberman

GUI-Driven Data Modeling

Roelant Vos

Managing incongruity between different model demands in a Data Warehouse

More to be announced soon…

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