Getting started with InfoSphere Data Architect (Erin Wilson, et al)

 
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Getting started with InfoSphere Data Architect  (Erin Wilson, et al)

The most effective tool from IBM for database design and more is called InfoSphere Data Architect (IDA), formerly known as Rational Data Architect.

Learn how to utilize it in conjunction with the free version of DB2, DB2 Express-C. Because IDA is developed on top of Eclipse, you can simply link it with other IBM tools like Data Studio, which was also created using Eclipse technology. This book is aimed at people who are new to both data modeling and IDA.

Read this free ebook to:

  • Find out what InfoSphere Data Architect can do for you
  • Learn the basics of data modeling
  • Learn how to work with logical and physical database designs
  • Learn how to create, deploy, and update data models
  • Manage and analyze the impact of changes to your data models
  • Discover how to forward- and reverse-engineer your data sources
  • Learn more about data privacy, security, and lifecycle management
  • Practice using hands-on exercises

Ebook Details

About the Authors
Information developer Erin Wilson works for IBM's Silicon Valley Laboratory.
Published
Published Date / Year
(First Edition, June, 2011)
eBook Format
PDF, 174 pages, 2.0 MB

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