Sunday, October 18, 2009

Best Practices for Scaling the Next-Generation Enterprise Data Warehouse

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EDW Best Practices

Information and knowledge management (I&KM) professionals continue to expand the scale, scope, and deployment roles for their enterprise data warehouse (EDW) investments. Information managers are adopting EDW best practices that push the scalability and performance envelope without sacrificing the agility to optimize this critical infrastructure to ever-changing analytic workloads. Discover the best practices for EDW scaling as well as a number of next practices that I&KM professionals should focus on once they've mastered the basics.

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