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Using the Data Warehouse
Synopses & Reviews
The data warehouse is a method of storing historical and integrated data for use in decision support systems (DSS). The data warehouse provides a source of integrated enterprise-wide historical data. This book describes how to use a data warehouse once it has been constructed. The authors discuss how to use information to capture and maintain a competitive advantage and how to migrate legacy systems to a data warehouse.
Book News Annotation:
The data warehouse enables companies to collect, store, integrate, retrieve, and analyze data rapidly, without interfering with operational applications. The authors explain how the data warehouse filters, reconfigures, and integrates operational data to maximize its usefulness as a decision-support tool; they show how it can supply both summary data to support strategic decisions and detailed data for tactical decisions; and they demonstrate how data can be manipulated to provide a variety of perspectives.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
This book describes exactly how to use a data warehouse once it's been constructed. The discussion of how to use information to capture and maintain competitive advantage will be of particular strategic interest to marketing, production, and other line managers. Database professionals will appreciate the tactical advice on this topic.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-277) and index.
Table of Contents
The Data Warehouse: A Definition.
The Operational Data Store.
The Data Warehouse and the ODS: Architecture for Information Systems.
Using the Data Warehouse: The Manager's Perspective.
Using the Data Warehouse: The End User's Perspective.
Using the Data Warehouse: Creating the Analysis.
Using Information for Competitive Advantage: Some Examples.
Administering the Data Warehouse Environment.
Migration to the Architected Environment.
Connecting to the Data Warehouse.
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