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Data architecture : from zen to reality / Charles D. Tupper.

By: Tupper, Charles D
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Burlington : Morgan Kaufmann / Elsevier, c.2011Description: xxiv, 417 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780123851260 (pbk.)Subject(s): Data structures (Computer science) | | Informatics and Computer Science June2015 September2015 | Software architectureDDC classification: 005.73
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Preface Foreword Section One: The Principles 1: Understanding Architectural Principles 2: Enterprise Architecture Frameworks and Methodologies 3. Enterprise Level Data Architecture Practices 4: Understanding Development Methodologies Section Two: The Problem 5: Business Evolution 6 Business Organizations 7. Productivity inside the Data Organization 8. Solutions That Cause Problems Section Three: The Process 9. Data Organization Practices 10. Models and Model Repositories 11. Model Constructs and Model Types 12. Time as a Dimension of the Database 13. Concepts of Clustering, Indexing and Structures Section Four: The Product 14. Basic Requirements for Physical Design 15. Physical Database Considerations 16. Interpretation of Models Section Five: Specialized Databases 17. Data Warehouses I 18. Data Warehouses II 19. Dimensional Warehouses from Enterprise Models 20. The Enterprise Data Warehouse 21. Object and Object/Relational Databases: 22. Distributed Databases.
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Index : p. 401-417.

Includes bibliographical references.

Machine generated contents note: Preface Foreword Section One: The Principles 1: Understanding Architectural Principles 2: Enterprise Architecture Frameworks and Methodologies 3. Enterprise Level Data Architecture Practices 4: Understanding Development Methodologies Section Two: The Problem 5: Business Evolution 6 Business Organizations 7. Productivity inside the Data Organization 8. Solutions That Cause Problems Section Three: The Process 9. Data Organization Practices 10. Models and Model Repositories 11. Model Constructs and Model Types 12. Time as a Dimension of the Database 13. Concepts of Clustering, Indexing and Structures Section Four: The Product 14. Basic Requirements for Physical Design 15. Physical Database Considerations 16. Interpretation of Models Section Five: Specialized Databases 17. Data Warehouses I 18. Data Warehouses II 19. Dimensional Warehouses from Enterprise Models 20. The Enterprise Data Warehouse 21. Object and Object/Relational Databases: 22. Distributed Databases.

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