Data Warehousing by Harry Singh

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Author
Harry Singh
Publisher
Prentice Hall
Date of release
Pages
332
ISBN
9780135917930
Binding
Hardcover
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59179-2 Transform your confusing data into valuable information! Every organization today is overflowing with data, records, and files. The smart ones are restructuring this hidden treasure into accessible, reconciled data warehouses. Data Warehousing gives you all the necessary tools to work this transformation on your archives so you can build and manage a successful data warehouse. DATA WAREHOUSING is the only book you'll need to help you choose the right plan and put it to work for you, right now. *Get started fast, with clear explanations of technologies, modeling devices, and decision support alternatives. *Set up your system easily by following the specific implementation examples, drawn from real-life experiences. *Keep your data warehouse operating smoothly with the management and maintenance instructions provided for every level. *Continue to use this book as a handy reference for administration and growth. Data Warehousing is intended to provide practical guidance for users who are familiar with database technologies and client/server architectures, but it is not based on any specific hardware or software.A full bibliography and glossary help bridge the gap to familiarize users with technology and terms.


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