Data Warehousing Fundamentals
Wiley India Pvt. Limited, 2006 - 544 pages
Market_Desc: · IT professionals· Undergraduate students specializing in information technology· Consultants
Special Features: · Includes review questions and exercises· Filled with industry examples· The author has 25 years of experience in IT specializing in data warehousing
About The Book: This book explores all topics needed by those who design and implement data warehouses. Readers will learn about planning requirements, architecture, infrastructure, data preparation, information delivery, implementation, and maintenance. This book covers the fundamentals of data warehousing specifically for the IT professionals who wants to get into the field.
What people are saying - Write a review
This book is the worst I have read on the subject.
All those knowledge mentioned in the book are not in an understandable format, the concept aren't clearly defined, very theoretical, nothing to do with real life.
If you want to learn data warehousing, this book won't help you rather make you confused. The author try to make it looks interesting instead of informative, the result is a non-informative and boring book.
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