Data Warehousing 2.0 – Modeling and Metadata Strategies for Next Generation Architectures

Data warehousing is in a constant state of evolution. From a simple data warehouse to ETL, to data marts and operational data stores, data warehousing has continued to evolve over the years. Enter DW 2.0, the architecture for the next generation of data warehousing. DW 2.0 recognizes the life cycle of data within the data warehouse and the need for unstructured data as well as the need for a formal and powerful metadata infrastructure and data modeling strategy.

Join the leading authority and “Father” of data warehousing, Bill Inmon, for an insightful webinar on modeling and metadata management strategies for Data Warehousing 2.0.

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In this one hour webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How the Data Warehouse, Metadata and Modeling environment will be transformed in the next few years
  • The major components of Data Warehouse 2.0 architectures and the role of metadata and modeling
  • Key modeling and metadata management strategies for Data Warehousing 2.0.

Registered webinar attendees will also receive a complimentary copy of Bill Inmon’s white paper,
“Data Warehousing 2.0 – Modeling and Metadata Strategies for Next Generation Architectures”.

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About the Presenter

Bill Inmon

Bill Inmon
President and CTO
Forest Rim Technology, LLC

Bill Inmon, “the father of data warehousing”, has written 50 books translated into 9 languages. Bill founded and took public the world’s first ETL software company. Bill has written over 1000 articles and published in most major trade journals.

Bill has conducted seminars and spoken at conferences on every continent except Antarctica. Bill holds three software patents. Bill’s latest company is Forest Rim Technology, a company dedicated to the access and integration of unstructured data into the structured world. Bill’s website – - has attracted over 1,000,000 visitors a month. Bill’s weekly newsletter in is one of the most widely read in the industry and goes out to 75,000 subscribers each week.


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