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  • Fast-Tracking Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence Projects via Intelligent Data Modeling

    Often times Business Intelligence (BI) projects miss the mark with their business users because the proper documenting of required data and related business rules is not executed. This paper looks at fast-tracking data warehousing and BI projects using data modeling.

  • Cost Effective Techniques for Designing the Data Warehouse

    A cost effective data warehouse project doesn't have to be an oxymoron. Rather than committing to a full-fledged waterfall style approach, it is possible to build a data warehouse incrementally and inexpensively, while at the same time preserving high-level architectural goals that lead to a true enterprise data warehouse. View this webcast now.

  • Ultimate SQL Tune-Off

    According to Jonathan Lewis, there is a basic strategy to writing efficient SQL, but it requires knowledge of the data, the metadata, and the intent of the query. Kyle Hailey, though, will discuss his own approach to Visual SQL Tuning (VST) with some ringside support from DB Optimizer XE. Be sure to check out this exciting debate!

  • Fast-Tracking Data Warehousing & BI Projects via Intelligent Data Modeling

    At the core of any BI should be the ability to align business needs with the data infrastructure supporting them. This is almost impossible to do without a data model. Yet many BI implementers do not understand the need for these design components. This paper will examine the major benefits that data models have on BI environments.

  • Presentation Transcript: The Power of Universal Patterns and Models for Master Data Management

    In this presentation transcript featuring best-selling author, Len Silverston, learn how to implement universal patterns for data modeling to improve management flexibility. Gain insight into various modeling choices to meet your organization's needs. Discover how to improve quality and reduce management costs by re-using patterns.

  • Performance Optimization: Extending the IT Infrastructure

    Performance optimization is a key ingredient in the struggle to stretch an invested IT dollar to its absolute limit. Read this whitepaper to learn about the 3-step 'prevent, find, fix' approach to handling performance optimization problems at any stage of the development lifecycle.

  • Faster SQL Profiling for Better Database Performance

    Find out how Embarcadero's DB Optimizer™ can help you to quickly discover and fix problematic SQL statements that can cause performance bottlenecks in your database. DB Optimizer™ gives you the flexibility of using a single easy-to-use IDE to test, profile and tune SQL.

  • Faster Application Development via Improved Database Change Management

    Embarcadero® Change Manager™ puts the power of change tracking, schema comparison, software-generated synchronization scripts, and flexible reporting into the hands of the development team.

  • Ensuring Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Security Within U.S. Government Agencies

    Safeguarding personally identifiable information (PII) and remaining in compliance with government regulations is a difficult challenge made easier with database tools from Embarcadero Technologies.

  • Embarcadero Change Manager 5.0

    With Embarcadero Change Manager 5.0 you can simplify and automate database change management, streamline development cycles, and ensure availability, performance, and compliance. Download this demo and experience it for yourself.

  • ER/Studio 7.5

    Embarcadero® ER/Studio®, an industry-leading data modeling tool, helps companies discover, document, and re-use data assets while providing intuitive reverse engineering, logical modeling, and physical modeling.

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