History of the Data Warehouse




            John Rome
 Director, Data Administration and
          Data Warehouse
1992
Top TV Show:          Roseanne
Top Grossing Movie:   Batman Returns
Super Bowl Champs:    Washington Redskins
NBA Cha...
1992
• Open House in Moeur Building –
  September 1992
• “Data Access…A Piece of Cake”
• 11 PC products/6 Macintosh query ...
1992
• Project started to demonstrate the ability to
  make data accessible through a relational
  database (SQL)
• Spent ...
30 Original Users of Warehouse
Sheila Ainley   David Bear          Kent Blaylock
Lowell Crary    Nancy Dickson       Jim E...
1992 - Original Warehouse Gang
1992 - Original Warehouse Gang
1992 - Brio
• After an extensive query tool evaluation
  (thanks to Roger Lurie), Data Prism was
  selected
• Data Prism w...
1992 - Sybase
• Original relational database of Data
  Warehouse
• Started with version 4.9
• Have used version 10.x, 11.x...
1993–1997 (Major Milestones/Events)
•   Data Access Policy Approved (1993)
•   Famous Aqua Brochure (1993)
•   Data Wareho...
1997 (5 Years Later)
Top TV Show:          ER
Top Grossing Movie:   Men in Black
Super Bowl Champs:    Green Bay Packers
N...
1997 (5 Years Later)
• Data Warehouse was being used for more
  reporting at University
• More Warehouse/Web development
•...
1998–2001 (Major Milestones/Events)
• Property Control/ Web Site (1998)
• Sponsored Data/Web reports (1999)
• FA database ...
2002 (10 Years Later)
• Data Warehouse has become “Mission-
  Critical” to University
• Contract signed with Brio Technolo...
Cost of BRIO
                                                 ($ per user)
                     850
                     7...
Brio Intelligence 6.6 Arrives




    Doug Vinzant Leaves
Warehouse Users (logins)

                           1775
Total # of user per year




                           1525
   ...
Distribution of Warehouse Users

Number   Percent         Organizational Area
 623       52%     Academic Affairs
 159    ...
2002 - Current Gang
Ware-q and Friends of Warehouse
Clara Adams       Elaine Moore      Sue Bishop
Hema Indap        Jack Davis        Bridgot...
ASU Data Warehouse
                                   OTHER
MAINFRAME                         SOURCES
  LEGACY
  SYSTEM
 (...
Warehouse Databases Today
              PRIMARY                      SUPPORT              SPECIAL
                        ...
ASU’s Data Warehouse – 10 Years Old
2002 (10 Years Later)
Top TV Show:          Osbournes?
Top Grossing Movie:   Spiderman?
Super Bowl Champs:    New England ...
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History Of Data Warehouse

  1. 1. History of the Data Warehouse John Rome Director, Data Administration and Data Warehouse
  2. 2. 1992 Top TV Show: Roseanne Top Grossing Movie: Batman Returns Super Bowl Champs: Washington Redskins NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls Wimbledon: Andre Agassi/Steffi Graf Kid’s Pick: Barney the Dinosaur Postage: $0.29
  3. 3. 1992 • Open House in Moeur Building – September 1992 • “Data Access…A Piece of Cake” • 11 PC products/6 Macintosh query tools on display • 250 Faculty/Staff Attended • Could access student data through demonstration tools
  4. 4. 1992 • Project started to demonstrate the ability to make data accessible through a relational database (SQL) • Spent 6 months on prototype • Server – Sun Sparc 630 - 512 MB (RAM) 2 CPUs (40 Mhz?) • Storage – 4 GB? • 30 Concurrent Users Threshhold • 30 Pilot Users
  5. 5. 30 Original Users of Warehouse Sheila Ainley David Bear Kent Blaylock Lowell Crary Nancy Dickson Jim Eberle Cathie Fox Marilyn Hart Nancy Higgins Darrel Huish Kurt Johnson Stephanie Jacobson Judy Kyrala Steve Latino Lois Lehman Pao-Seh Lin Sarah Lindquist Roger Lurie (2) Marsha Martin Cyndee Miller (2) Jeani Mitchell Cecile Morrow John Rome Ernie Santiago Janet Snell Linda Reed Verne Talavera Tammy Vavra
  6. 6. 1992 - Original Warehouse Gang
  7. 7. 1992 - Original Warehouse Gang
  8. 8. 1992 - Brio • After an extensive query tool evaluation (thanks to Roger Lurie), Data Prism was selected • Data Prism will eventually became Brio Query and is now Brio Enterprise • Data Pivot was originally a separate product • ASU was one of Brio Technologies 1st ten customers
  9. 9. 1992 - Sybase • Original relational database of Data Warehouse • Started with version 4.9 • Have used version 10.x, 11.x and will migrate to 12.x. • Supported tools that talked SQL • In 1992, Sybase cost more than Brio
  10. 10. 1993–1997 (Major Milestones/Events) • Data Access Policy Approved (1993) • Famous Aqua Brochure (1993) • Data Warehouse Training Offered (1994) • FINANCIAL database developed (1995) • WUG meetings started (1995) • Class Roster via the Web (1996) • Smithsonian Award for Innovation (1997) • HUMAN_RESOURCE database developed (1997)
  11. 11. 1997 (5 Years Later) Top TV Show: ER Top Grossing Movie: Men in Black Super Bowl Champs: Green Bay Packers NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls Wimbledon: Pete Sampras/M.Hingis Kid’s Pick: Beanie Babies Postage: $0.34
  12. 12. 1997 (5 Years Later) • Data Warehouse was being used for more reporting at University • More Warehouse/Web development • Server – HP 9000/T500 - 2 GB (RAM) 4 CPUs (90 Mhz) • Storage – 20 GB? • 100 Concurrent Users Threshhold • 350 Users
  13. 13. 1998–2001 (Major Milestones/Events) • Property Control/ Web Site (1998) • Sponsored Data/Web reports (1999) • FA database development (1999) • Comptroller’s Web Reports available (2000) • Governor’s Award of Excellence (2000) • Successful ABOR Audit (2001)
  14. 14. 2002 (10 Years Later) • Data Warehouse has become “Mission- Critical” to University • Contract signed with Brio Technology • Still running on Sybase database • Server – Sun - 3 GB (RAM) 6 CPUs (450 Mhz?) • Storage – 80 GB • 250 Concurrent Users Threshhold • 1781 users (logins to E1)
  15. 15. Cost of BRIO ($ per user) 850 750 650 Total cost of Brio DA 550 450 450 Customer 450 250 250 350 250 350 350 150 250 250 150 150 50 50 75 75 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 3.5 5.0.4 6.6 Year
  16. 16. Brio Intelligence 6.6 Arrives Doug Vinzant Leaves
  17. 17. Warehouse Users (logins) 1775 Total # of user per year 1525 1275 1025 775 525 275 25 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 Year
  18. 18. Distribution of Warehouse Users Number Percent Organizational Area 623 52% Academic Affairs 159 13% Student Affairs 133 11% Administrative Affairs 56 5% Research 32 3% Institutional Advancement 150 12% East and West Campuses 49 4% All Other Areas 1202 100% TOTAL
  19. 19. 2002 - Current Gang
  20. 20. Ware-q and Friends of Warehouse Clara Adams Elaine Moore Sue Bishop Hema Indap Jack Davis Bridgot Allcott Jere Coon Kathy Hermanson Kato Haws Kevin Miller Melinda Jobe Sheldon Zola Sherry Eshkibok Bill Hetke Terry Deasey Kimberly Sturdy Walter Ellis Cheryl Conover Millie Torre Joseph Matt Melinda Gebel Keith Elgin IT Operations Computer Accounts Val Patten Rosa Corrales Gordon Smith
  21. 21. ASU Data Warehouse OTHER MAINFRAME SOURCES LEGACY SYSTEM (DB2/IDMS) JAVA OS/390 SQL/JDBC UNIX WEB SERVER UNIX ASP SQL/ODBC COLD FUSION SQL/”Native” NT SQL/ODBC WEB SERVER
  22. 22. Warehouse Databases Today PRIMARY SUPPORT SPECIAL HUMAN_ DICTIONARY USER_TABLE STUDENT FINANCIAL RESOURCE WAREHOUSE LOOKUP SRC COURSE STUDENT_FEE (CENSUS) STUDENT_AID DIRECTORY_ STUDENT_AID SPONSORED PERSON SIGMA SERVICES STUDENT_ TRAINING(*) RETENTION WAREHOUSE_ HOPE_TAX_ ADMIN PROJECT REPORTING DARS_ PROPERTY_CONTROL_ FACILITY_ PROXY DBs REPORTING REPORTING REPORTING March 1, 2002
  23. 23. ASU’s Data Warehouse – 10 Years Old
  24. 24. 2002 (10 Years Later) Top TV Show: Osbournes? Top Grossing Movie: Spiderman? Super Bowl Champs: New England Patriots NBA Championship: LA Lakers Wimbledon: Pete Sampras/Serena Kid’s Pick: ? Postage: $0.37
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