Data Warehousing


Data warehousing incorporates data stores and conceptual, logical, and physical models to support business goals and end-user information needs. A data warehouse (DW) is the foundation for a successful BI program. Creating a DW requires mapping data between sources and targets, then capturing the details of the transformation in a metadata repository. The data warehouse provides a single, comprehensive source of current and historical information. Data warehousing techniques and tools include DW appliances, platforms, architectures, data stores, and spreadmarts; database architectures, structures, scalability, security, and services; and DW as a service.

Course Curriculum

Introduction to Data Warehousing & CPM (Corporate Performance Management)
Business Drivers for Data Warehousing
Data Warehousing – The Architecture
Data Integration & Information Management
Best Practice Overview
Industry Trends

Course Duration

2 and 1/2 years.