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DTM-5320 Data Warehouse Design

Corporate data is used to make strategic business decisions. Business intelligence (BI) is used to present data in such a way as to help businesses survive in a competitive market. A data warehouse (DW) is a read-only analytical database that is used as the foundation for BI systems and is designed to consolidate data from the various data stores supported by an organization. This course will focus on the design and technical aspects of building a data warehouse. The topics covered will include the data warehousing life cycle, data warehouse architectures, system planning, warehouse requirements gathering, schema development, warehouse design, and other implementation issues.

Credits: 3

Offered in Mar 2024, May 2024

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