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Client Delivery Manager
Industry experts have raised many questions concerning meta-data database functionality, including customized meta data solutions, mapping data’s availability and whether it can be updated in real time. By drawing upon Fair, Isaac’s experience in developing a meta-data database solution for Fleet Banks’ credit card services, the speakers illustrated:
* A real-life example of a customized solution that was successfully integrated, captured, and continues to be updated in real-time with minimal staff.
* How to ensure that meta data and data match
* How to develop processes to track client and internal usage
The presentation included details of:
- The database: an overview of the meta-data database content
- The interface: demonstrate how Business Objects reports deliver meta data to the business user.
- How meta-data is updated.
Managing Namespaces in XML
A metadata registry can not only store information about the uses of data elements internally (in databases), but externally (in XML structures for data interchange). Elements and attributes in XML schemas and DTD's can be described using enriched semantic information, including namespace attributions. Linking an XML repository with an MDR - a registry based on the International Standard ISO/IEC 11179 - ensures correct interpretation of XML objects by sender and recipient.
Herding Cats: DA and DBA must work together to prevent architectural chaos.
DATech Services, Inc.
Just what IS the difference between a Data Administrator and a Database Administrator? Easy! A DBA wears a beeper, and a DA does not. Actually, these jobs are both more different, and their goals more alike, than you might think. Change is the common enemy, with each new project trying to “wander off” on its own unique path. The DA and DBA are both faced with trying to manage and focus enterprise change in productive ways, but their perspectives are so different, that they often seem directly opposed. How many clashes does it take for the DA to start throwing data models “over the wall”, to the DBA for implementation? This presentation shared some insights and experiences from many, many trips to the wall. The decision to attack the wall (instead of each other) is not always an easy one.
Thursday, May 1
11:30 am – 12:30 am
How the Egyptians Created Business Rules and Business Data
Selkow & Associates
After a spectacular entrance, keynote speaker Warren Selkow kept the audience entertained with his presentation about how the ancients went about solving the problem of building such large structures without the science of architecture. He explained how the Designers of the pyramids created the sciences that were necessary required to make the project possible, proved the practical application of those sciences and created all the rules of process and data to support those sciences.
There they stand, almost 5000 years old, the Pyramids of Egypt. Built before an alphabet based language, accounting, law, economic theory, engineering and the definition of the laws of physics. Built without an industrial wheel and axle, hoists, draft animals and iron tools. Built before trucks, trains, planes and automobiles. Built with illiterate and untrained workers. Built before unions, managers, personnel theory and psychologists. Built before the five-day work week and the three-week vacation schedule with no bank or national holidays, child-care, retirement plans or sick leave.
So how did the ancient Egyptians build those colossal stone tombs? The presentation covered how the Egyptians created rules of communication, dispersal of information, data quality and control of thought.
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