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Data warehousing



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Jenniferlinn
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A data warehouse is a collection of data marts representing historical data from different operations in the company. This data is stored in a structure optimized for querying and data analysis as a data warehouse. Table design, dimensions and organization should be consistent throughout a data warehouse so that reports or queries across the data warehouse are consistent. A data warehouse can also be viewed as a database for historical data from different functions within a company.

The data provided by the data warehouse for analysis provides information on a specific subject, rather than the functions of the company and is collected from varying sources into one unit having time-variant.

Data warehousing professionals build and maintain critical warehouse infrastructure to support business and assist business executives in making smart business decisions. Warehouse ETL (Extraction, Transformation and Loading of data) is an essential part of data warehousing where the data warehousing professional populate data warehouse with information from production databases. Data warehousing professionals work with business analysts and make changes to warehouse ETL in order to maintain consistent and accurate reporting on warehouse table structures.

The concept of data warehousing dates back to the late 1980s [2] when IBM researchers Barry Devlin and Paul Murphy developed the "business data warehouse". In essence, the data warehousing concept was intended to provide an architectural model for the flow of data from operational systems to decision support environments.

Key developments in early years of data warehousing were:

* 1960s - General Mills and Dartmouth College, in a joint research project, develop the terms dimensions and facts.
* 1970s - ACNielsen and IRI provide dimensional data marts for retail sales.
* 1983 - Teradata introduces a database management system specifically designed for decision support.
* 1988 - Barry Devlin and Paul Murphy publish the article An architecture for a business and information systems in IBM Systems Journal where they introduce the term "business data warehouse".
* 1990 - Red Brick Systems introduces Red Brick Warehouse, a database management system specifically for data warehousing.
* 1991 - Prism Solutions introduces Prism Warehouse Manager, software for developing a data warehouse.
* 1991 - Bill Inmon publishes the book Building the Data Warehouse.
* 1995 - The Data Warehousing Institute, a for-profit organization that promotes data warehousing, is founded.
* 1996 - Ralph Kimball publishes the book The Data Warehouse Toolkit.
* 1997 - Oracle 8, with support for star queries, is released.


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data warehousing is familiar with data mining? i think it termed the same. It is best use for biggies for development and stretching their wings in new and emerging markets.


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I was not aware from Data Warehousing. Share more posts like this.


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