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Real-Time Data Warehousing
Published: 5 September 2007
Active data warehousing is rapidly changing the landscape for deployment of decision-support capability. Challenges of supporting extreme service levels in the areas of performance, availability, and data freshness demand new methods for DW construction.

This course is available at the TDWI World Conference in Orlando. For more information, and to register, visit www.tdwi.org/orlando2007.

M7
Administration & Technology

Prerequisite: Knowledge of DW fundamentals


Stephen A. Brobst

Managing Partner, Strategic Technologies & Systems

 

You Will Learn

  • Active DW denitions and framework
  • Evolutionary steps toward active DW deployment
  • The architecture of an active DW
  • Implementing extreme performance, data freshness, and availability
  • CRM and the active DW
  • The role of enterprise application integration (EAI)

Geared To

  • DW architects
  • DW designers
  • DW developers
  • DW administrators

Active data warehousing is rapidly changing the landscape for deployment of decision-support capability. The challenges of supporting extreme service levels in the areas of performance, availability, and data freshness demand new methods for DW construction. Particular attention is paid to architectural topologies for successful implementation and the role of frameworks for enterprise application integration (EAI). In this workshop we will discuss the evolution of DW technology and new methods for meeting the associated service levels with each stage of evolution.

The evolutionary steps from rst generation DW implementations to active DW deployment are provided as a means for incrementally delivering business value in the path toward advanced decision-support capability. An architectural framework for implementation of enterprise DW for deploying both strategic and tactical decision support will be presented. Implementation of scalable solutions with capability for near real-time data acquisition and mixed workload management with aggressive service levels will be discussed with real customer scenarios as case study examples.