Interactive Data Warehousing

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1999 - Computers - 481 pages
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Supercharge your data warehouse with Web and object technologies!"
Practical, step-by-step techniques and real-world examples"
Web-based data mining, data marts, and security techniques"
For IT professionals, executives, and users"
Web-enabled data warehouses deliver the broadest access to decision support, enterprise-wide-and if you architect them properly, they cost less than traditional solutions, too. Now, there's a complete guide to Web-enabling data warehouse, datamart, and data mining systems: "Interactive Data Warehousing" . From start to finish, data warehousing expert Harry Singh walks you through creating a Web-based data warehouse architecture for maximum growth and flexibility. Step by step, you'll learn how to choose the best platforms, technologies, and strategies for your organization-and implement them. Discover how to: "

Cut implementation costs and save time"
Integrate your corporate data warehouse and intranet"
Make the most of CORBA or COM object technologies"
Choose the right roles for fat clients, thin clients, and multi-tier systems"
Maximize Web and network security to protect your information assets"

This is the first data warehousing book that places Web and object technology at the heart of the data warehouse effort--where they belong. You'll learn how to clearly define your data warehousing goals, distribute data warehousing functions across the enterprise, avoid incomplete solutions and immature products, and more. Once your data warehouse is up and running, Singh provides practical guidance on managing and optimizing it. If you want the competitive advantage of a Web-enabled datawarehouse, you want "Interactive Data Warehousing" ."

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About the author (1999)

Harinder S. Singhis an educator and consultant with three decades of IT experience. Currently Director of Computer Training at Connect, Inc., Dr. Singh previously spent 11 years at IBM, where he helped the firm enter the data warehousing marketplace. He holds eight patents and is author of four other Prentice Hall PTR books: Progressing to Distributed Multi-Processing, Heterogeneous Internetworking, UNIX for MVS Programmers, and Data Warehouse: Concepts, Technologies and Implementation.

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