Building Data WareHouse                  by Inmon        Chapter 1: Evolution of Decision Support SystemIT-Slideshares    ...
1.1 The Evolution• The need to synchronize data   • Sections  upon update                       –   The advent of DASD• Th...
1.1.1 The Advent of DASD• 1970: Direct Access Storage• DBMS: Data base Management systems• Mid-1970s OLTP: Online Transact...
1.1.2 PC/4GL Technology• 1980 PC and 4th Generation Language• MIS: Management Information System• DSS: Decision Support Sy...
1.1.3 Enter the Extract Program
1.1.4 The Spider Web
1.2 Problems with the Naturally       Evolving Architect–   Lack of Data Credibility–   Problems with Productivity–   From...
1.2.1 Lack of Data Credibility
1.2.1 Lack of Data Credibility (cont) • Natural evolving architecture challenges    –   Data Credibility    –   Productivi...
1.2.2 Problems with Productivity• Many files and collections  how to create correct  report ?   – Locate and analyze the ...
1.2.2 Problems with Productivity (c)
1.2.2 Problems with Productivity (c)
1.2.3 From Data to Information
1.2.4 A Change in Approach
1.2.4 A Change In Approach (con’t)
1.2.5 The Architect Environment
1.2.5.1 A simple Example-A Customer
1.2.6 Data Integration in the Architected Environment
1.2.7 Who Is the Users ?•    The attitude of the DSS analyst is important for the     following reasons:    1.   It is leg...
1.3 The Development Life Cycle
1.4 Patterns of Hardware Utilization
1.5 Setting the Stage for Re-engineering
1.5 Setting the Stage for Re-engineering-c
1.6 Monitoring the Data Warehouse                 env.• Identifying what growth is occurring, where the growth  is occurri...
1.6 Monitoring the Data Warehouse            environment con’t•   The data profiles that can be            •   The need to...
Summary• Origin of data warehouse• Architecture that fits data warehouse• Evolution of information processing• Found in Op...
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    1. 1. Building Data WareHouse by Inmon Chapter 1: Evolution of Decision Support SystemIT-Slideshares http://it-slideshares.blogspot.com/
    2. 2. 1.1 The Evolution• The need to synchronize data • Sections upon update – The advent of DASD• The complexity of – PC/4GL Technology maintaining programs – Enter the Extract Program• The complexity of – The Spider Web developing new programs• The need for extensive amounts of hardware to support all the master files
    3. 3. 1.1.1 The Advent of DASD• 1970: Direct Access Storage• DBMS: Data base Management systems• Mid-1970s OLTP: Online Transaction Processing• Goals: – Faster access – Ease of Management
    4. 4. 1.1.2 PC/4GL Technology• 1980 PC and 4th Generation Language• MIS: Management Information System• DSS: Decision Support System – Single database
    5. 5. 1.1.3 Enter the Extract Program
    6. 6. 1.1.4 The Spider Web
    7. 7. 1.2 Problems with the Naturally Evolving Architect– Lack of Data Credibility– Problems with Productivity– From data to Information– A Change in Approach– The Architected Environment– Data Integration in the Architected Envinronment– Who is the User
    8. 8. 1.2.1 Lack of Data Credibility
    9. 9. 1.2.1 Lack of Data Credibility (cont) • Natural evolving architecture challenges – Data Credibility – Productivity – Inability to transform data to information • Lack of Data Creditbility – No time basis of data – The Algorithmic differential of data – The Levels of Extraction – The problem of the external data – No common source of data from the beginning
    10. 10. 1.2.2 Problems with Productivity• Many files and collections  how to create correct report ? – Locate and analyze the data for report – Compile the data for the report – Get Programmer/analyst resources to accomplish these two tasks.• Complications – Lots of programs have been written – Each Program must be customized – The program cross every technology that the company uses
    11. 11. 1.2.2 Problems with Productivity (c)
    12. 12. 1.2.2 Problems with Productivity (c)
    13. 13. 1.2.3 From Data to Information
    14. 14. 1.2.4 A Change in Approach
    15. 15. 1.2.4 A Change In Approach (con’t)
    16. 16. 1.2.5 The Architect Environment
    17. 17. 1.2.5.1 A simple Example-A Customer
    18. 18. 1.2.6 Data Integration in the Architected Environment
    19. 19. 1.2.7 Who Is the Users ?• The attitude of the DSS analyst is important for the following reasons: 1. It is legitimate. This is simply how DSS analysts think and how they conduct their business. 2. It is pervasive. DSS analysts around the world think like this. 3. It has a profound effect on the way the data warehouse is developed and on how systems using the data warehouse are developed.• The classical system development life cycle (SDLC) does not work in the world of the DSS analyst
    20. 20. 1.3 The Development Life Cycle
    21. 21. 1.4 Patterns of Hardware Utilization
    22. 22. 1.5 Setting the Stage for Re-engineering
    23. 23. 1.5 Setting the Stage for Re-engineering-c
    24. 24. 1.6 Monitoring the Data Warehouse env.• Identifying what growth is occurring, where the growth is occurring, and at what rate the growth is occurring• Identifying what data is being used• Calculating what response time the end user is getting• Determining who is actually using the data warehouse• Specifying how much of the data warehouse end users are using• Pinpointing when the data warehouse is being used• Recognizing how much of the data warehouse is being used• Examining the level of usage of the data warehouse
    25. 25. 1.6 Monitoring the Data Warehouse environment con’t• The data profiles that can be • The need to monitor activity in the created during the data-monitoring data warehouse is illustrated by the process include the following: following questions: 1. What data is being accessed? 1. A catalog of all tables in the 2. When? warehouse 3. By whom? 2. A profile of the contents of those 4. How frequently? tables 5. At what level of detail? 3. A profile of the growth of the 6. What is the response time for the tables in the data warehouse request? 4. A catalog of the indexes available 7. At what point in the day is the for entry to the tables request submitted? 5. A catalog of the summary tables 8. How big was the request? and the sources for the summary 9. Was the request terminated, or did it end naturally?
    26. 26. Summary• Origin of data warehouse• Architecture that fits data warehouse• Evolution of information processing• Found in Operational environment ends up in the integrated warehouse• System Development Life Cycle paradigm shifts• Decision Support System … Who are the users ? Please visit http://it-slideshares.blogspot.com/ for more details

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