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by Adrienne Tannenbaum Content type: Downloads
Category: Metadata Design Document

All computer projects start with the goal of achieving success. When we consider the number of metadata projects that actually approach this goal, throughout the industry the number gets even smaller. Why do some projects succeed while others fail? What steps can be taken to avoid the obstacles and minimize the risks? Let’s review some of the critical issues and obstacles that can come into play when trying to implement a metadata project. We will discuss some of the ways to keep our project objectives focused on our target metadata solution.

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This is the powerpoint slide file for the seminar.

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This is the workbook as handed out at the seminar

by Anne Marie Smith Content type: Downloads
Category: Metadata Design Document

Traditional systems development and implementation has focused on processes, foundation of the enterprise. A data orientation represents a major cultural change. in the way an organization delivers systems, it also implies a new way of perceiving, respecting the evolving asset of information by the business community.

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METADATA SYMPOSIUM 2005 FRI, OCT 21, 2005 NYC HOLIDAY INN EXECUTIVE CONF CTR


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MetaData Symposium 2006

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Michael M. Gorman, President of Whitemarsh Information Systems Corporation, has been involved in data processing, database and DBMS for 35 years.

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Mike held various technical and management positions during a sixteen-year career with IBM.

by Bill Inmon Content type: Downloads
Category: Data Warehouse Document

The world of DW2.0 is vast. It represents all the data in the corporation and beyond. In addition it represents both yesterday’s data and today’s data. In some cases – in the case of a large, complex multi national corporation – DW2.0 has an enormous scope. And yet DW2.0 must be brought down to a very finite level of detail. It is thus quite a trick for DW2.0 to be designed and built – given the scope of the requirements.

by Ivar Jacobson Content type: Downloads
Category: Object Design Document

A new paradigm with several exciting innovations Practice separation Practice user experience Practice smartness The new paradigm can help you today: Facilitating the adoption of the Unified Process Making the practices smart Final words

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Category: People Pages

Neil Raden, nraden@hiredbrains.com, is the founder of Hired Brains, Inc. (www.hiredbrains.com), a consulting firm dedicated to the design and delivery of high-performance data warehouses and business analytics systems in North America and Europe.

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Category: Data Warehouse Document

Newsletter insert of the 2008 Data Warehouse Conference in Arlington, VA

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Newsletter May 2006

by Jason Miller, Government Computer News Content type: Downloads
Category: Documents

The working group applying the finishing touches to the latest version of the Data Reference Model says this edition will benefit from previous missteps

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Nicole Bradley

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Metadata Symposium 2005 - Anne Marie Smith

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