00:00 - 00:02I feel that version tables and audit logs are so last year
00:02 - 00:04We definitely need something new..
00:05 - 00:06Real men dont do backups, they ..
00:07 - 00:08So I hear,
00:08 - 00:11- but what du you think about bitemporal data models?
00:12 - 00:13That sounds interesting.
00:13 - 00:16We're designing some new systems for base data ..
00:16 - 00:18You could base it on bitemporal data structures?
00:18 - 00:21Oh, but do I dont think anyone needs that, we managed without,
00:21 - 00:25in the old systems. There was some field history, though.
00:25 - 00:27But in was really complicated to maintain..
00:28 - 00:29I heard about bitemporality in the RADIO recently,
00:30 - 00:33but I wasnt that impressed with the potential..
00:34 - 00:37.. just some extra columns added in the tables..
00:37 - 00:38Oh, but its much more, e.g. time travel ..
00:39 - 00:41You can do time travel!
00:41 - 00:44Time travel - in online data?
00:44 - 00:46Yes, all the data from any point in time are there!