Data warehousing: architecture and implementation by Mark W. Humphries, Michael W. Hawkins, Michelle C. Dy

By Mark W. Humphries, Michael W. Hawkins, Michelle C. Dy

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Each data mart is free to exist within its own isolated world, and all the users are happy. Unfortunately, what enterprises fail to realize until much later is that by deploying one isolated data mart after another, the enterprise has actually created new islands of automation. And while at the onset these data marts are certainly easier to develop, the task of maintaining many unrelated data marts is exceedingly complex and will create data management, synchronization, and consistency issues. Each data mart presents its own version of "the truth" and will quite naturally provide information that conflicts with the reports from other data marts.

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