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  • Building the Data Lakehouse (Bill Inmon, et al.)

    Learn about the features and architecture of the data lakehouse, along with its powerful analytical infrastructure. The data lakehouse is the next generation of the data warehouse and data lake.

  • Introduction to Storage Area Networks (Jon Tate, et al)

    This book provides an introduction to SAN and Ethernet networking, and how these networks help to achieve a smarter data center. This book is intended for people who are not very familiar with IT, or who are just starting out in the IT world.

  • Data Storage (Florin Balasa)

    This books introduces the features, advantages, and underlying technologies associated with every current data storage option, including hard drives, DVD, CD, removable media storage systems such as Jaz and Zip, tape backup, and RAID.

  • Rethinking Enterprise Storage: A Hybrid Cloud Model (Marc Farley)

    The book explains how hybrid cloud storage changes the ways data protection is accomplished without tape backup systems; how disaster recovery works with data that is stored in the cloud; how cloud services are used to facilitate capacity management.

  • Storage Basics: Introduction to the Fundamentals of Technology

    A concise and accessible description of storage and information systems, filling a large gap in reference material for this critical topic area. Storage is one of the most basic operations performed by computers, yet it continues to evolve.

  • Data Acquisition (Michele Vadursi)

    The book is intended to be a collection of contributions providing a bird's eye view of some relevant multidisciplinary applications of data acquisition. While assuming that the reader is familiar with the basics of sampling theory and analog-to-digital conversion.

  • Data Compression Explained (Matt Mahoney)

    This book provides an extensive introduction to the theory underlying today's compression techniques with detailed instruction for their applications using several examples to explain the concepts. Prior programming ability and some math skills will be needed.

  • Getting Started with Data Warehousing (Neeraj Sharma, et al)

    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.

  • Oracle Data Warehousing Guide

    Provides an overview of the components needed to produce an Oracle data warehouse: project planning; data scrubbing; metadata; data modelling; star schema; spatial challenges; security; backup and recovery; tuning loads; data mining; and data marts.

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