dbm460 | undergraduate

Enterprise Database Management Systems

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This course covers distributed computing, middleware, and industry standards, as related to the enterprise data repository. Data warehousing, data mining, and data marts are covered from an enterprise perspective.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5

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    Building Data Warehouses and Handling the Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) Processes

    • Analyze project planning, management, and business requirements of the data warehouse.
    • Design the technical architecture for the data warehouse and ETL processes.
    • Explain the tradeoffs between an enterprise data warehouse, a data mart, and an operational data store.

    Data Mining and Big Data Analytics

    • Analyze the use of data mining in an organization.
    • Develop a strategy for data mining throughout the customer lifecycle.
    • Design the data environment and data mining methodology.
    • Analyze the use of Big Data in an organization.

    Data Visualization

    • Investigate data visualization tools and their role in business intelligence.
    • Analyze the design considerations for performance dashboards.

    Distributive Computing Basic Concepts

    • Analyze distributed database partitioning, application clustering, and architecture.
    • Explain data distribution and replication strategies.
    • Investigate middleware and its application to distributed computing.

    Business Intelligence and Data Warehouses

    • Examine the data warehouse architecture.
    • Explain the characteristics of dimensional modeling in business.
    • Describe the characteristics of online analytical processing.
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