Design and implementing a Data warehouse
The complexity and importance of the design of a data warehouse is often underestimated. The consequences of poorly implemented DW's and associated subsystems such as ETL processes inevitably lead to high maintenance cost, low adoption and even failure of projects. This hands-on course covers core concepts of design, architecture, ETL, and provides and overall framework to guide data warehouse implementations.
- Data warehouse Lifecycle methodology overview
- Data warehouse Modeling techniques
- ETL Design and architecture
- Loading a data warehouse
- Manage and maintain an SSIS ETL framework
Presented by Rafael Salas
Rafael Salas is a Business Intelligence architect with more than 14 years of experience helping organizations improve performance through Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing solutions. He is a SQL Server MVP, MCTS and an active member of the user’s communities where he provides guidance on the use of the SQL Server tools. You can find Rafael's blog at http://www.rafael-salas.com/
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