Introduction to Data Warehouse Concepts

Students will be exposed to the expanding role of Data Warehouses, the strategies behind their development, and the utilization of their information to answer fundamental business questions. This one-day course presents all topics in a nontechnical format as the instructor combines these basics; defining a warehouse, links to legacy systems, warehouse design and implementation, migration strategies, automation techniques, tool integration and metadata, and end user reporting and utilization. All aspects of this class will incorporate the specific architecture and tools of the client to illustrate the implementation of these techniques.
Students should have an understanding of business applications and a high level exposure to database technology.
1 Day/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for business analysts, application managers, project leaders, application developers, end users and other individuals who will be involved in the development, maintenance or utilization of a Data Warehouse.
Overview::Project Life Cycles::Metadata::End User Considerations::Tools::Design Considerations::Cubes

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