Data Warehousing for E-Business

Data Warehousing for E-Business

by W. H. Inmon, R. H. Terdeman, Joyce Norris-Montanari, Dan Meers
     
 

Master the challenges of e-business with advice from the leaders in data warehousing

Data Warehousing for E-Business

As e-business continues to expand, the ability of technology to support it becomes even more critical. Bill Inmon and his expert team of coauthors explain how to navigate the data warehouse environment using a proven architecture invented by Inmon

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Master the challenges of e-business with advice from the leaders in data warehousing

Data Warehousing for E-Business

As e-business continues to expand, the ability of technology to support it becomes even more critical. Bill Inmon and his expert team of coauthors explain how to navigate the data warehouse environment using a proven architecture invented by Inmon himself-- the corporate information factory (CIF). You'll learn how each component of the CIF relates to specific Web technologies, including HTML and XML interfaces, and how to capture and analyze the vast flow of incoming data.

Along the way, the authors provide in-depth guidance on:
* Designing the data warehouse architecture to meet the high-performance requirements of data-intensive Web sites
* Integrating Web data with legacy database systems
* Data storage and archiving techniques to handle high volumes of data at reasonable costs
* Methods for analyzing Web data to identify marketing and sales opportunities

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ISBN-13:
9780471415794
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
01/28/2001
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
7.62(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.63(d)

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