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MELJUN CORTES Introducing Data Warehousing - The Chess Pieces

MELJUN CORTES Introducing Data Warehousing - The Chess Pieces

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Published by: MELJUN CORTES, MBA,MPA on May 25, 2013
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Introducing Data Warehousing
The Chess Pieces
 
Page 1 of 21IBM Software GroupBusiness AnalyticsRestricted and ConfidentialFor internal use only
IBM Software Group –Business Analytics
©2010 IBM Corporation
IntroducingData WarehousingThe Chess Pieces
Dennis ButteraSenior Training SpecialistIBM Software Group Business Analytics
Last updated: April 2010
 Material for presentation referenced from:
The Data Warehouse Lifecycle Toolkit
Expert Methods for Designing, Developing and Deploying Data Warehouses
Ralph Kimball, Laura Reeves, Margy Ross, Warren ThornthwaiteWiley Computer Publishing, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998ISBN: 0-471-25547-5
 
Introducing Data Warehousing
The Chess Pieces
 
Page 2 of 21IBM Software GroupBusiness AnalyticsRestricted and ConfidentialFor internal use only
IBM Software Group –Business Analytics
©2010 IBM Corporation
Agenda
Overview
Basic Elements of a Data Warehouse
Basic Processes of the Data Warehouse
 
 
Introducing Data Warehousing
The Chess Pieces
 
Page 3 of 21IBM Software GroupBusiness AnalyticsRestricted and ConfidentialFor internal use only
IBM Software Group –Business Analytics
©2010 IBM Corporation
Overview
vague terminology in datawarehouse marketplacedefine important terms withmainstreamlearn the strategic significance of each piece and how each fit intothe big picture
“…this is something like studying all the chess pieces and what they can dobefore attempting to play a chess game.” from The Data Warehouse Lifecycle Toolkit 
 There is a lot of vague terminology being used in the data warehouse (DW) marketplace.Some would classify a DW as a non-query-able data resource! We will attempt to providedefinitions for the key components of data warehousing that is close to the mainstreamdefinitions.

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