This Microsoft Project Plan will walk you through the ins and outs of putting together a business question assessment to analyze the data you need for your data warehouse.
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Why build a data warehouse? Be sure you have good justification in the form of a solid business case before taking the plunge.
This example will help you put in place logical as well as physical database design standards for building data warehouses using Business Objects.
Here's a reusable project plan for developing a Data Warehouse logical data model, an important architectural component of the overall data warehouse.
If you've been tasked to build a data model for a Data Warehouse development project, check out this Microsoft Project plan.
An evaluation of relational database systems determines the most suitable engine for a data warehouse. This report is an example of a comparative analysis of data warehouse database tools.
Get your data warehouse into better shape! Use this matrix to find common errors and fixes for them.
How do you select the best data extraction/transformation toolset for your data warehouse? Evaluate features, functionality, vendor reputation... the works. Follow the example set by this robust tool evaluation.
Here's an outline on how to conduct a data warehouse implementation project for a single subject area, from analysis through deployment.
Business users in today's information-saturated world are demanding -- they want the right information they need to conduct their work, without having to wait for it when they need it or sift through lots of irrelevant information to find what they need. Data warehousing is one of today's hottest informational architectures for serving this need. Read all about it