Cutting-edge Oracle data warehousing from people creating the software.
Oracle8i Data Warehousing explains how to design, develop, and administer powerful data warehouses and data marts on Windows NT using Oracle's major new industry-leading database. This authoritative guide helps database developers, administrators, and designers master the major new data warehousing and Internet capabilities in Oracle8i and specifically plan and implement affordable and successful data warehouses and data marts. In one exciting package, this book brings together three hot computing topics: new Oracle databases, Windows NT, and Internet technologies.
Data warehouses and smaller data marts allow companies to pool and analyze large quantities of data, yielding valuable information about customers and business processes. Data warehouses have in the past been expensive and very complex. Oracle8i is an important new version of Oracle Corporation's market-leading database system. Most of the significant new features in Oracle8i are for data warehousing, Internet development, or optimizations for the Windows NT platform. Oracle8i and Windows NT together will make data warehouse projects easier and more affordable.
Written by data design and warehousing experts from the Oracle8i development team
Explains how to design and build data warehouses and data marts on Windows NT
Explains how to establish Web/Intranet access to a data warehouse
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About the Author
Lilian Hobbs is a member of the Oracle Corporation New England Development Centre living in the UK. During the day she works on Oracle databases, but when she isn't writing books, Lilian is a keen astronomer and mountain bike rider. To find out more about this author you can visit her Web site at home.clara.net/lmhobbs. Lilian is the author of the following Made Simple books: Designing Internet Home Pages; Windows NT. Also, she is the author of the following Digital Press Books: RdB: A Comprehensive Guide; Digital's CDD/Repository (with Ken England); Oracle8i Data Warehousing.Susan Hillson is a Senior Director of Engineering Development at Oracle. Her group is responsible for the development of Summary Management, Oracle Data Guard, and
the Database Utilities. She holds a MS degree in Computer Information Systems from Boston University. Susan has over 20 years’ experience in the computer industry,
including over 6 years teaching programming and database management systems. Susan co-authored Oracle8i Data Warehousing (Digital Press, 2000).
Table of Contents
Data Warehousing; Designing a Warehouse; Data Warehouse Features; Loading Data into the Warehouse; Data Mart Suite; Oracle Warehousing Tools; Managing the Warehouse; Warehousing and the Internet