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About Us :: Prior Events
Database Design and Architecture for Data Warehouse 3/10/2004
Prior Events 2/3/2004 8:42:11 PM

 DATA WAREHOUSE DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE - SEMINAR 2004
NEW YORK CITY, NY
IBM Midtown Offices in New York City (Full Day)
Wednesday March 10, 2004  - IBM 590 Madison & 57th St
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
(Registration 8 to 9 AM)
featuring
Michael Hermida
 World  Renowned  Author,  Lecturer  and  Consultant
ONE OF THE WORLD'S FOREMOST EXPERTS PRESENTS


LEARN ABOUT IN-DEPTH TOPICS
MOST IN DEMAND
Subject Area Analysis         
Data Quality Scorecards       
Source to Target Spreadsheets 
Publishing Policies & Standards
Value Banding Techniques      
Usage Monitoring Statistics   
Currency Indicator vs Timestamp
Data Staging & Control Methods
Handling History & Change Mgmt
Maintaining Surrogate Keys    
Schedule/Load/Refresh Strategy
Indexing & Partitioning Schemes
Date/Time & Location Dimensions
Dimensional vs Relational Models
Corporate Data Warehouse vs ODS
Independent vs Dependent Marts 
Data Quality Assessment Analysis
Snowflaking and Constellations 
Surrogate vs. Business Keys    
Using Bridge & Outrigger Tables
Easy to Use Hierarchies        
Using Drill-Down & Drill Across
Change Data Capture Techniques 
Archiving or Retaining History 
Role Playing/Dimensional Tables
Aggregate & Time Series Tables

 WHAT YOU WILL LEARN FROM THIS SYMPOSIUM
How Enterprise Architecture Shapes the Data Warehouse Project Plan
When to Build Independent Marts vs. Central Data Warehouses      
How Data Warehouse Modeling Differs from Application Modeling    
What are the Basic Building Blocks of Data Warehouse Architecture
Why Data Quality Techniques are Mission-Critical - Best Practices
How to Decide on a Data Warehousing Framework in Your Organization
How Source to Target Mapping/Translation Acheive Data Integration
Interlocking STAR Schemas or Relational Design...Which Is For You
Role of Type Tables, Translation, Trigger & Status Tables         
How to Maximize Re-Use of Data & Transform Logic in Your Warehouse
What are the Best Techniques for Tool Assessment / Selection     
Making Validation/Error Recording/Recycling Process Manageable   
Using the Zachman Framework & Inmon CIF in Your Architecture      
Fine-Tuning Your DW for Maximum Flexibility & Maximum Efficiency 

ATTENDANCE INCLUDES
* Seminar Proceedings *
* Practical Examples from Real World  Applications *
* Refreshments *
* Continental Breakfast *
 (Lunch Not Included  -  Cafeteria Facility on site 3rd Fl)

MAIL TO
DATA MGMT FORUM
PO BOX 20303, GREELEY SQ. STA.
NEW YORK, N.Y. 10001-0007

E-MAIL YOUR REGISTRATION OR INQUIRY TO: registration@dmforum.org
 
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$150 Groups of 4 or more same organization or DAMA, AFFIRM, All Govt Agencies

INQUIRIES: CALL Information Desk: (516) 221-5560
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CANCELLATIONS
No cancellations permitted after March 1, 2004. Substitutions are permitted. Notify On-Site Registration Desk.

 
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DATA MANAGEMENT FORUM
PO Box 20303
Greeley Square Station
New York, N.Y. 10001-0007

Phone: (516) 221-5560
Fax: (631) 271-4129

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