The Logical Data Warehouse - Towards a Single View of All the Data

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 09 Nov 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

What is wrong with the Enterprise Data Warehouse? Quite a lot, it seems. By taking the narrow view that the struggle is that of accommodating and interrogating huge quantities of data, then initiatives such as the Virtual Data Warehouse and Logical Data Warehouse could make sense. But what about data quality, security, access control, archiving, retention, privacy and regulatory compliance?...

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