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    Summit 2010 edw_and_bi_the_quest_for_stability Summit 2010 edw_and_bi_the_quest_for_stability Presentation Transcript

    • Tennessee Board of Regents Enterprise Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence “The Quest for Stability” The nitty-gritty balancing act for creating a quality reporting environment… while enforcing rules and design specifications that add value to the data you collect.
    • Tennessee Board of Regents How do customers shape your decisions? Executive Management Focus Senior Business Office Management Senior IT Management Functional Department Management Departmental Staff Federal Agencies State of Tennessee Agencies …and our Competition!
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Life cycle: Providing value  to all  stakeholders  during light or  heavy system  restructuring,  data collection,  human, cost, or  other resource  challenges….
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Information Portfolio Management? What Information is collected Information quality Costing factors, both capital and human Timing – Planned vs. Dramatic change Project Life‐cycles
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Portfolio Management:  How does a planned or unplanned system change affect my data?
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Design Flexibility or Pre‐determined Rules Collection activities: bulk, streamed… Transformation rules: in‐flight and post Dashboarding Results  Dynamic Analytical Intelligence Archiving policies
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Transformation rules: in‐flight and post 1:1 Relationships: Transformation Rules: Analytical Rules:
    • Tennessee Board of Regents SGHE Developed Analytical Rules: ODS 8.1 * The value add to Enterprise data collection
    • Tennessee Board of Regents SGHE Developed Analytical Rules: ODS 8.2
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Dashboards: Gaining a perspective  on your operation  based on metrics and  analysis on pre‐ determined  elements… …and then presented  both as a dynamically  adjusting portal or  via static results.  http://www.diskel.co.uk/dashboards.htm
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Star and Snowflake designs Architectural Impact to Data: Poor or Improper Star or  Snowflake designs can impact  how data is stored and  therefore the results on specific  elements being researched can  be skewed.  Validation of Business Rules  against the designs is a very  important step in quality  assurance efforts.
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Dimensional Growth Patterns Legacy data New data requirements Other source systems Archiving Processes
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Data Security is not an after thought: * It must be our first thought! Gather the business requirements Integrate planning (systems & rules) Incorporate a clean design a. Content filtering b. Intrusion Prevention c. Identity Management Tracking: Analyzing provides project focus (Everyone’s) reputation is on the line
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Globalization: Students, networks,  data , datacenters  are now located  around the world  from within the US,  Tennessee, and  even foreign  places. http://veimages.gsfc.nasa.gov/174/BlueMarble.jpg
    • Tennessee Board of Regents What’s next… I have a plan, a design, data: Reporting! Performance  Financial Processes  Student Achievement  Budgetary Relationships Establishing Effective Baselines Comparisons with peers and competition
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Adaptable Priorities Integrating  Departmental  requirements and  project “needs” into  a matrix that can be  used to determine  where human intel and development   efforts will go.  Spheres of Influence Layers of Requirements Levels of Priorities Multiple Project Directions
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Summary: Customer Orientation Information Management Design and Rules Data Security What’s next
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Advice: The lack of a Disciplined approach  in your Information Technology solutions  and decision making practices: Will lead to complexity in the system and  application environments…  Which then {logically} leads to ever increasing challenges in controlling costs…  And eventually leads to data integrity issues…  And a full spectrum of dissatisfaction.
    • Tennessee Board of Regents Contact details: Greg Turmel Sr. Database Administrator Tennessee Board of Regents 1415 Murfreesboro Rd. #358 Nashville, TN. 37217 615.366.4467 (Office) itinfo.tbr.edu (IT website) http://twitter.com/datahaulr  http://www.linkedin.com/in/gturmel