Implementing Enterprise Data Warehousing: A Guide for Executives

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Lulu.com, Aug 1, 2007 - Computers - 108 pages
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Designing complex analytical data structures is difficult enough, but to do it for an entire enterprise becomes a real challenge. This little primer provides a simple method of preparing your people for the complexity of this endeavor. This is just like opening a new restaurant where certain components have to be designed and thought out before you start to build the kitchen. You do not have to be an "expert" to build a data warehouse. A lot can be outsourced, but you do need to be able to create your own plan according to your culture's specific requirements. Some cultures take more 'informing' and 'training' than others. The pace and aggressiveness with which you unfold your plan is something that you understand best. This primer defines the data warehouse components and helps you decide when they can be done, in what order, and by how many people.
 

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Contents

Need for Architecture
1
Why This Book Is Important
3
Phases
7
Phase I Information
10
Phase I Deliverables
18
B Data Stewardship Program
19
C Central Data Model
20
D Data Governance
22
Phase III Deliverables
58
B DataMining
61
C Master Data Management
64
D SOA Architecture
65
E Enterprise Information Integration
66
F Portals Collaboration Other Content Sharing
67
G Review Future Trends
68
Closing Remarks
73

Phase II Implementation
30
Phase II Deliverables
39
B Backup Recovery
41
C Archive Purging
42
Phase III BI Data Mining and Review
50
Glossary
77
Bibliography
93
About the Author
97
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