95-797   Data Warehousing

Location: Africa

Units: 6

Semester Offered: Spring

Course description

This course will introduce you to the major activities involved in a data warehousing project. The class will begin with an in-depth review of baseline data warehouse principles and concepts. Once the basic principles have been established, the remainder of the class will be built around a group data warehouse project. The project will begin with your group gathering requirements and developing a data warehouse design. Once the design is complete you will build a prototype data warehouse containing the necessary structures within your database and populating them with source data. This will require you to develop the table definitions, extract/transformation/load (ETL) logic, and example report definitions. I intend this class to be a hands-on example of a simple data warehouse implementation.

Syllabus

Prerequisites

To take this course, you must have completed either Introduction to Database Management (90-728) OR Database Management (95-703).

Students MUST have a laptop capable of running Microsoft SQL Server 2012 with Analysis Services and Integration Services.

Faculty: Robert Brichacek, Beibei LiJohn Shantz

Course format: Online

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