Enterprise database in a client/server environment

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J. Wiley, 1994 - Computers - 375 pages
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Today, databases are deployed in distributed, heterogeneous hardware and systems software environments. Hardware platforms, systems software, and database management systems are multivendor and multitiered with different architectures including mainframes, personal computers, servers, and workstations. The challenge is to ensure non-redundant, consistent, reliable, integrated, and usable data, processes, and information systems across the enterprise. Here the author presents the techniques necessary to implement an enterprise database - a network of data bases across different computing platforms. He explains how to define the enterprise data model, presents the principles and methodology necessary to define the database project environment, and explains the enterprise database projects that guarantee the success of your database project. He concludes with a summary of the entire database effort.

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REPOSITORY
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REPOSITORY THE METADATA SYSTEM
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MISSION MODEL
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