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Getting Started with Data Warehousing
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  • Title Getting Started with Data Warehousing
  • Author(s) Neeraj Sharma, Abhishek Iyer, Rajib Bhattacharya, Niraj Modi and Wagner Crivelini
  • Publisher: IBM Corporation (Draft, September, 2012)
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  • eBook PDF, 157 pages, 3.13 MB
  • Language: English
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This book is for enthusiasts of data warehousing who have limited exposure to databases and would like to learn data warehousing concepts end-to-end. Learn what Data Warehousing is all about and practice using hands-on exercises.

This book intends to help professionals understand the main concepts and get started with data warehousing. The book aims to maintain an optimal blend of depth and breadth of information, and includes practical examples and scenarios.

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