Getting started with Data Warehousing
Publisher: IBM Corporation 2012
Number of pages: 157
Data warehousing software works to manage a repository of large amount of data. It includes a series of features and functions that allow for easier reporting and analysis. IBM uses its InfoSphere Warehouse product to support data warehousing. InfoSphere Warehouse is based on the DB2 database server. Learn how to use DB2 first with DB2 Express-C, the no-charge edition of DB2!.
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