By David C. Hay
Data version styles: A Metadata Map not just offers a conceptual version of a metadata repository but in addition demonstrates a real firm info version of the knowledge expertise itself. It presents a step by step description of the version and is equipped in order that diversified readers can take advantage of assorted components.
It deals a view of the realm being addressed via all of the concepts, tools, and instruments of the knowledge processing (for instance, object-oriented layout, CASE, company procedure re-engineering, etc.) and provides a number of techniques that must be addressed by means of such tools.
This publication is pertinent, with businesses and executive firms understanding that the knowledge they use signify an important company source realize the necessity to combine facts that has ordinarily merely been to be had from disparate resources. a tremendous part of this integration is administration of the "metadata" that describe, catalogue, and supply entry to some of the sorts of underlying enterprise information. The "metadata repository" is key to maintain tune of some of the actual parts of those platforms and their semantics.
The publication is perfect for facts administration pros, information modeling and layout execs, and information warehouse and database repository designers.
- A finished paintings in accordance with the Zachman Framework for info architecture—encompassing the company Owner's, Architect's, and Designer's perspectives, for all columns (data, actions, destinations, humans, timing, and motivation)
- Provides a step by step description of version and is geared up in order that various readers can reap the benefits of various parts
- Provides a view of the area being addressed by way of the entire ideas, tools and instruments of the data processing (for instance, object-oriented layout, CASE, enterprise method re-engineering, etc.)
- Presents many ideas that aren't at present being addressed through such instruments — and may be
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Data Model Patterns: A Metadata Map (The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Data Management Systems) by David C. Hay