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DW Architecture: The Enterprise Data Warehouse

September 16, 2013

The enterprise data warehouse (EDW) store the history of the enterprise. This history is commonly stored in the form of transactional and snapshot fact tables; also, dimension tables are added to give context to the different elements of the enterprise history. This is the ever growing part of the Data Warehouse.

Since the structure of the EDW is, mostly, facts and dimensions tables, it is considered redundant or denormalized. The focus is not on transactions speed, but on queries respond time.

The data that arrive to the EDW is extract from different sources systems, verified again the master data, transformed to fit the structure and requirement of the data warehouse and loaded in the EDW.

The EDW is mostly used by Analysts and Researchers in their quest for new insights or trends. Also, it is the data source of the data marts.


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