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Evolution of Database Development

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The Data Warehouse Development Life Cycle

In order to fully appreciate the differences between developing an Oracle data warehouse and a traditional online system we need to concentrate of the major differences in focus and

state-of-the-art Oracle data warehouse it is important to

The Evolution of Database Development

In the early 1960s, corporations began to change their attitudes about information. Prior to this time, corporate information was considered a burden, a thing to be managed and controlled. However, the widespread availability of commercial database management caused corporations to rethink their attitudes about information. Corporations began to consider their information to be an asset, an asset which could be exploited to make better and faster decisions. As most companies adopted database systems, reaction time to changes in the marketplace dropped significantly, and companies had to be able to consult their databases quickly to stay ahead of their competition. By the 1970s, corporate databases were firmly entrenched, and companies struggled to collect and disseminate their information.

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