Data Modeling Tools

Letícia Vasconcellos Mendes

Data Modeling Tools
Is there a good Open Source Data Modeling Tool ?

Scott Benson

RE: Data Modeling Tools
(in response to Letícia Vasconcellos Mendes)

Look at Oracle's Data Modeling tool.  Very powerful - and freee

Letícia Vasconcellos Mendes

RE: Data Modeling Tools
(in response to Scott Benson)

Thanks for the recommendation. I have played with Oracle Data Modeler and it is really quite powerful. Probably the best choice considering Open Source Tools.

Letícia Mendes

John Montana

RE: Data Modeling Tools
(in response to Letícia Vasconcellos Mendes)

Bizagi Modeler and Bizagi Studio are not bad.

Using them for years. Very good user support, which is important during projects.

Chris Collins

RE: Data Modeling Tools
(in response to Scott Benson)


Do you have a link to this technology?

John Montana

RE: Data Modeling Tools
(in response to Chris Collins)

See: https://www.bizagi.com/en

For free Modeler: https://www.bizagi.com/en/products/bpm-suite/modeler

For Process Modeler: https://www.bizagi.com/en/products/process-modeling

For Studio: https://www.bizagi.com/en/products/bpm-suite/studio

Hope this will help.

In Kindness

JM

Scott Benson

RE: Data Modeling Tools
(in response to Chris Collins)

I believe this is the link: https://www.oracle.com/database/technologies/appdev/datamodeler.html

Carol McGrath

RE: Data Modeling Tools
(in response to Scott Benson)

Have you considered Modelright? http://www.modelright.com/

Phil Meredith

RE: Data Modeling Tools
(in response to Letícia Vasconcellos Mendes)

Please take a look at www.processtempo.com and let me know if you would be interested in a free account.

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Matthew David

RE: Data Modeling Tools
(in response to Letícia Vasconcellos Mendes)

DBT is an open source data modeling language: https://www.getdbt.com/

 

I am currently learning how to use it myself.

Barry Goldstein

RE: Data Modeling Tools
(in response to John Montana)

Hi everyone - It appears like Bizagi is a Business Process Modeling Tool.  Maybe I am not understanding? 

Does anyone have any suggestions for paid Data Modeling Tools other than Erwin and Informatica ?  These tools would be used by your data architects and data modelers.

Thanks for your help !

----Barry

Barry Goldstein

Senior Business Analyst - Data Governance

Washington University in St Louis

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Letícia Vasconcellos Mendes

RE: Data Modeling Tools
(in response to Barry Goldstein)

I would suggest you PowerDesigner (SAP), Enterprise Architect (EA) and IBM Data Sphere.

Letícia Mendes