Data Warehousing: Architecture and Implementation

Book Details

  • Title: Data Warehousing: Architecture and Implementation
  • Paperback 250 pages (April 1999)
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR

Book Description

A start-to-finish process for deploying successful data warehouses!
Specific answers for project sponsors, managers and CIOs.
Includes more than 75 charts and illustrations of critical processes.

CD-ROM trial versions of R/olapXL Client (lets users run queries and reports through Excel) and Warehouse Designer (helps DBAs structure data warehouses fast)! This book delivers what every data warehousing project participant needs most- a thorough overview of today's best solutions, and a reliable step-by-step process for building warehouses that meet their objectives. It answers key questions asked by everyone involved in a data warehouse initiative. And, with over 75 figures, it doesn't just tell you how to get the job done- it shows you. Walk through migration strategies and scenarios, including 12 key implementation steps. Review crucial management and support issues, including techniques for problem resolution, capacity planning, security, and backup. Discover state-of-the-art schema design and metadata development techniques. Choose optimal hardware, software, and platforms--and evolve your data warehouse as new technologies mature. Preview metadata interchange standards and tomorrow's Web-based solutions. Whatever your data warehousing goals, this book can help you achieve them faster and at lower cost. A part of the Enterprise Computing Institute Series.

Mark Humphries is President/CEO of Intranet Business Systems, Inc., The Philippines. He has 13 years experience in management and consulting throughout Europe, North America, and Asia, and led major warehousing projects for two U.S. utilities. Michelle Dy, Business Analyst at Intranet Business Systems, Inc., specializes in methods consulting, BPR, planning, analysis, and design.

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