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John A. Zachman is the originator of the Framework for Enterprise Architecture which has received broad acceptance around the world as an integrative framework, or periodic table of descriptive represent-ations for Enterprises.

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by Mark A. Beyer, Donald Feinberg, Roxane Edjlali, Me Content type: Downloads
Category: Big Data Document

The data warehouse DBMS market is transforming due to the rise of "big data" and logical data warehouses. Unexpectedly, many organizations entered the data warehouse market in 2012 for the first time, increasing demand for professional services and causing important changes in vendors' positions.

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Almost every corporation and government agency has already built, is in the process of building, or is looking to build a Managed Meta Data Environment (MME). Many organizations, however, are making fundamental mistakes. An enterprise may build many meta data repositories, or “islands of meta data” that are not linked together, and as a result do not provide as much value.

by David Marco Content type: Downloads
Category: Metadata Design Document

This article is adapted from the book "Universal Meta Data Models" by David Marco & Michael Jennings, John Wiley & Sons Almost every corporation and government agency has already built, is in the process of building, or is looking to build a Managed Meta Data Environment (MME). Many organizations, however, are making fundamental mistakes. An enterprise may build many meta data repositories, or “islands of meta data” that are not linked together.

by Bill Inmon Content type: Downloads
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Arguably, contracts are the most important property of a corporation. It is contracts that define obligations of the corporation to other corporations. It is contracts that define the obligations of other corporations to the corporation. It is contracts that define dates, terms, rates, collateral and other business conditions. Furthermore, if the conditions defined in the contract are not met, there are legal consequences. Therefore, contracts are at the top or near the top of any list that defines the information that is important to the corporation. In their own way, contracts are more important than anything else. AN EXECUTIVE LOOKS AT CONTRACTS But ask an executive what is actually in his/her corporate contracts, and the truth is that the executive cannot tell you what is actually there. As important as contracts are, executives really don’t know what is in the contracts – collectively - of the corporation.

by David Marco Content type: Downloads
Category: Metadata Design Document

The balance sheet of most any Forbes Global 2000 company would show entries for assets such as property, cash, equipment, and accounts receivable. Unfortunately, one item that is not seen in the asset section of the balance sheet is data. Data is every bit as valuable as property, equipment, and accounts receivable. Low-quality data, poorly understood data, mismanaged data, redundant applications, and poorly built applications prevent companies from effectively managing their other assets. How can a company convert accounts receivables into cash when the accounts receivable system has transaction records with data quality issues that prevent them from ever becoming billable? Moreover, all of the needlessly redundant applications create a substantial cost drain on the enterprise’s cash assets.

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by John Singer Content type: Downloads
Category: Metadata Design Document

They say what goes around comes around and this certainly applies to the meta data information repository. Over the last 25 years, each great evolution of information systems technology and best practices has bred the same set of issues and the invariable vendor response - the meta data repository (or some derivation). What is this problem that keeps recurring? Simply put, as newer technologies are used to develop systems, the increase in complexity breaks the system management status quo. The answer always involves storing information about the system components in a central place for analysis - i.e., the meta data repository. It hasn't always been called this, but nonetheless, the basic approach to solving IT management complexity is the same. We are now witnessing this event playing out once more, but I'm getting ahead of the story.

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Metadata 2006 - John Singer Slides

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Metadata 2006 - Neil Raden slides

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Metadata 2006 - Rodger Nixon Slides

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Metadata Conference in New York City, 9/24/03 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Times Square.

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