Data Warehousing For Dummies (Anglais) Broché – 27 février 2009
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Data is probably your company s most important asset, soyour data warehouse should serve your needs. The fullyupdated Second Edition of Data Warehousing For Dummies helpsyou understand, develop, implement, and use data warehouses, andoffers a sneak peek into their future. You ll learn to:
- Analyze top–down and bottom–up data warehouse designs
- Understand the structure and technologies of data warehouses,operational data stores, and data marts
- Choose your project team and apply best development practicesto your data warehousing projects
- Implement a data warehouse, step by step, and involve end–usersin the process
- Review and upgrade existing data storage to make it serve yourneeds
- Comprehend OLAP, column–wise databases, hardware assisteddatabases, and middleware
- Use data mining intelligently and find what you need
- Make informed choices about consultants and data warehousingproducts
Data Warehousing For Dummies, 2nd Edition also shows youhow to involve users in the testing process and gain valuablefeedback, what it takes to successfully manage a data warehouseproject, and how to tell if your project is on track. You llfind it s the most useful source of data on the topic!
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You don′t need a forklift to work with a data warehouse, but youdo need a hefty load of know–how to make wise decisions whensetting one up. Data is probably your company′s most importantasset, so your data warehouse should serve your needs. Here′s howto understand, develop, implement, and use data warehouses, plus asneak peek into their future.
Know your stuff understand what a data warehouse is,what should be housed there, and what data assets are
Get a handle on technology learn about column–wisedatabases, hardware assisted databases, middleware, and master datamanagement
The intelligent view see how business intelligence anddata warehousing work together
Ask the right questions explore data mining and learn tofind what you need
Do the groundwork choose your project team and applybest development practices to your data warehousing projects
Keep the user in mind involve your users in definingbusiness needs through testing, and learn how to get valuablefeedback
Fix or replace? learn how to review and upgrade existingdata storage to make it serve your needs
Buyer beware be prepared when dealing with datawarehousing product vendors
Open the book and find:
What to expect from your data warehouse
The difference between data warehouses and data marts
All about specialty database technologies
What to look for in a consultant
How your data warehouse feeds dashboards and scorecards
Secrets for managing a successful data warehouse project
How to effectively capture business needs and requirements
Ten signs your project is in trouble
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You will get introduced to the nuts and bolts of the Data Warehouse-concept, and a strategy from decision to implementation and maintenance.
The book will introduce you to several DW-vendors, but does not go into a specific vendors products.
After this book I read Business Intelligence for Dummies, and I was afraid there would be a lot of overlap between the two, but I was happily surprised that wasn't the case. I can recommend both of them for anyone who is looking for a fast-track introduction to DW and BI.
As other reviewers has pointed out, this book isn't the end of the line, but we already knew that. If you start from scratch you will have plenty of information to keep and reading other books, getting your feet wet. If you start from zero (or even beyond that) I can promise you'll find lot of interesting information in this book.