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To get a basic to intermediate level of understanding of data warehouse ( Dimensional Modelling) in general read the following books. 1. Over copies of the Toolkit books written by Ralph Kimball and the Kimball Group regarding data warehousing and business intelligence have been sold. A list of 8 new data warehouse books you should read in , such as Next- Generation Big Data and Data Warehouse Automation.

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This is an excellent book for people who are new to data warehousing and just need an overview. It will teach you how to manage a data warehouse project successfully. Great book for those who want to build a data warehouse ASAP. A detailed, hands-on, step-by-step resource that you can first use to quickly get a data warehouse up and running, but then keep handy on your bookshelf to assist in future improvements. As Data Warehousing technology is the modern trend right now and if you want to get introduced with Data Warehousing and apply it to your business intelligence this book is for you.

It will teach you how Data Warehousing reduce complexity in modern era. The Data Warehouse Toolkit: Ralph Kimball. Published at: This book features: Kimball Dimensional Modelling Techniques Overview. Retail Sales and Inventory Models. Procurement Case Study. Order Management. Accounting Case Study and Bus Matrix. Customer Relationship Management. Human Resources Management. Financial Services. Telecommunications Case Study.

Education and Healthcare. Electronic Commerce and Insurance.

Dimensional Modeling Process and Tasks. ETL Subsystems and Techniques. ETL System Design. Big Data Analytics. View Book.

Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence Toolkit Books

Dan Linstedt,Michael Olschimke. This book includes: Introduction to Data Warehousing. Scalable Data Warehouse Architecture. The Data Vault 2. Data Vault 2. Intermediate Data Vault Modelling. Advanced Data Vault Modelling. Dimensional Modelling.

Physical Data Warehouse Design. Master Data Management. Metadata Management. Data Extraction.

DATA WAREHOUSING FUNDAMENTALS: A Comprehensive Guide for IT Professionals [Book]

Loading the Data Vault. Implementing Data Quality. Loading the Dimensional Information Mart. Multidimensional Database. Database Systems: Introduction to Databases and Data Warehouses. This book contains: Development of Database Systems. Database Requirements and ER Modelling. Relational Database Modelling. Update Operations, Anomalies and Normalization. SQL Overview. Database Implementation and Use. Data Warehousing Concepts. Data Warehouse Implementation and Use.

Agile Data Warehouse Design: Lawrence Corr,Jim Stagnitto. This book delivers: How to Model a Data Warehouse. Modelling Business Events. Modelling Business Dimensions. Modelling Business Processes. Modelling Star Schemas. Design Patterns for Time and Locations. Design Patterns for Cause and Effect. Ralph Kimball,Joe Caserta. This book offers: Surrounding the requirements. ETL Data Structures. Cleaning and Conforming. Delivering Dimension Tables.

Delivering Fact Tables. Development and Operations. Metadata and Responsibilities. Real-time ETL Systems. Programming Hive: Data Warehouse and Query Language for Hadoop.

This book covers: Overview of Hadoop and MapReduce. Installing a Preconfigured Virtual Machine. Data Types and File Format. Data Definition. Data Manipulation.

Views, Indexes and Designs. Schema Design and Tuning. Other File Formats and Compression. Developing and Functions.

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Customizing Hive File and Record Formats. Hive Thrift Service. Security and Locking. Hive Integrating and Oozie. It seems that you're in Ukraine. We have a dedicated site for Ukraine. To this end, their work is structured into three parts. As a key characteristic of the book, most of the topics are presented and illustrated using application tools. Specifically, a case study based on the well-known Northwind database illustrates how the concepts presented in the book can be implemented using Microsoft Analysis Services and Pentaho Business Analytics.

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All chapters are summarized using review questions and exercises to support comprehensive student learning. Supplemental material to assist instructors using this book as a course text is available at http: Overall, students, practitioners and researchers alike will find this book the most comprehensive reference work on data warehouses, with key topics described in a clear and educational style.

Alejandro A. He was previously professor at the University of Buenos Aires where he co-founded and chaired the Masters program in Data Mining.

His research interests are in the field of databases, particularly in data warehousing and OLAP, business intelligence, spatiotemporal databases and the semantic web. His current research interests include data warehouses and business intelligence, geographical information systems and spatio-temporal databases. It has all the features that are necessary to make a good textbook. JavaScript is currently disabled, this site works much better if you enable JavaScript in your browser.

Extensive coverage of all data warehouse issues, ranging from basic technologies to the most recent findings and systems Each chapter summarized by review questions and detailed exercises Concepts illustrated by an on going example based on the North wind database using Microsoft Analysis Services and Pentaho Business Analytics Additional website available with further teaching material, including slides for each chapter and solutions to all exercises see more benefits.

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