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2 Sep 2009 A Simple Approach to DB2 Index Redesign
This presentation reviews index structure and discusses a number of ways to redesign indexes without affecting application integrity.
Michael Findling Article
2 Sep 2009 Adding Content to the Enterprise Portal
Learn how to create new reports and integrate them into the Enterprise Portal by using the same tools that were used to build the Enterprise Portal itself.
Michael Findling Article
2 Sep 2009 Building a Repository of Database Changes
Plug-ins for Change Manager
Michael Findling Article
2 Sep 2009 CASE STUDY: Establishing Data Modeling as a Service in BP
This case study describes the four year journey BP embarked upon (and is still on) when establishing Data Modeling as a Service
Michael Findling Article
2 Sep 2009 Comparing Generalized and Detailed Approaches to Data Modeling
Burton Group Senior Analyst catalogs the relative merits of the two approaches and describes why one approach is highly desirable, but the other approach is absolutely indispensible.
Michael Findling Article
2 Sep 2009 DataRage 2009 Replays
DataRage is three days of 100% online technical sessions focused on database development and data management issues which you can attend from wherever you like to log in. It’s bringing you top industry speakers, technologists, and industry practitioners to present on a wide variety of database-related topics, a raging confluence of conveniently-delivered information you can’t get anywhere else.
Michael Findling Article
2 Sep 2009 ER/Studio Macro Mania
Detailed explanations and examples of each macro available in ER/Studio 8.0
Michael Findling Article
2 Sep 2009 Evolve or Die: Modeling Isn't Just for DBMS’s Anymore
How has data modeling changed over the last 30 years?
Michael Findling Article
3 Sep 2009 Exploring the Data Dictionary in ER/Studio Enterprise
This session will take an in depth look into the data dictionary system of ER/Studio and how it can benefit data architects and their models.
Michael Findling Article
2 Sep 2009 Five Classic Data Modeling Mistakes & How to Avoid Them
Karen Lopez reviews five classic and all-too-common data modeling mistakes that are easy to make and yet just as easy to avoid
Michael Findling Article

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