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by Bill Inmon Content type: Downloads
Category: Data Warehouse Document

From an age of applications and the confusion over application based information in the corporation arose the concept of a data architecture and data warehousing. Into the miasma came Bill Inmon’s best selling book - BUILDING THE DATA WAREHOUSE. And there was Kimball’s software company – RedBrick Systems. And soon the world of data warehousing was born. It was the late 1980’s and the world was about to witness the rise of analytical processing, business intelligence and a whole host of technologies never before seen that would change the world forever.

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Agenda for Object Symposium 2006

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Agenda for Metadata Symposium 2005 in NYC

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Amit Mitra is the author of the following book: Synopsis of Agile Automation with Coordinated Knowledge - Components, Reuse, Architecture and Best Practices.

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Andrew Patterson is a technical lead within the Information Services Center at Freddie Mac. Andrew’s primary role is to help the business area navigate its’ way through the BI application development process. From requirements gathering to data modeling to deployment, Andrew helps educate and foster involvement from the business area in the BI process while providing oversight and guidance to the developers delivering the solution. Andrew holds a BS in Business Administration and recently received his Business Intelligence Professional certification, CBIP, through the ICCP and TDWI.

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Anne Marie Smith, Ph.D.

asmith@alabamayankeesystems.com

amsmith823@yahoo.com

 

Anne Marie Smith, Ph.D. is an Information Management professional and consultant with broad experience across industries.  She is a certified data management professional (CDMP), and is a frequent speaker and author on data management topics.  Anne Marie is a primary author of several sections of the DAMA-Data Management Body of Knowledge (DAMA-DMBOK).  She writes a regular column in The Data Administration Newsletter http://www.tdan.com

 

Anne Marie has consulted in areas such as: enterprise information management assessment and program development, data governance development, data warehousing, business requirements gathering and analysis, master data management, data quality management, information systems planning and EIM project management.  She has taught numerous workshops and courses in her areas of expertise.

 

Anne Marie holds the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Master's of Business Administration in Management Information Systems and Risk Management from La Salle University; she earned a Ph.D. in MIS at Northcentral University.  

 

http://www.linkedin.com/in/annemariesmith/



by Dr Glenda Hayes Content type: Downloads
Category: Metadata Design Document

Is an information resource discoverable by most users?Is it available on the network, and are tools readily available to use it?Can it be intelligibly used? Are the semantics well documented?Can it be combined or compared with other information? Can it be mediated?Is the source, accuracy and currency of the data available to users?Is the data what users need? Are robust user feedback mechanisms in place to improve it?

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April 2007- Data Warehouse Seminar and Conference

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Seminar Program Day Two: (Full-Day Tutorial – May 22 – One Day Prior to Conference Day)  ARCHITECTING A WORLD-CLASS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION (An Enterprise Information Management Tutorial by Mike Hermida) Mike Hermida, President, K3MP Technologies “Popular Seminar Leader and World Leading Expert in Data Warehouse Design” (Past Lead Architect on Space Shuttle and Spacelab Programs, IBM Program Manager)

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Seminar Program Day One: (Full-Day Tutorial – May 21 – Two Days Prior to Conference Day)  ARCHITECTING FOR BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND DATA WAREHOUSING: INTEGRATING THE STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED DATA WORLD (A One-Day Tutorial by Bill Inmon) Bill Inmon, President and Chief Technology Officer, Inmon Data Systems “Father of Data Warehousing, World Leading Expert and Popular Seminar Leader” (Author of the Government Information Factory, Computer Worlds “Top 10 in IT” )

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Art Chantker is President of Potomac Forum, LTD, a national consulting company focusing on helping government and industry with their technology, management, and marketing needs.

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The MetaData Symposium 2006

 

BIG DATA and Enterprise Architecture 2016 CONFERENCE

 

 



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