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Free Web Seminar Series On Demand

Data Modeling from End to End with
Graeme Simsion and PowerDesigner
from Requirements to Implementation
On Demand
Duration: 1 hour

Data --- it is THE word of the day in today's technology.

How to define it, how to manage it, how to cohesively utilize it. Big questions - the wrong answers can cost your company lots - in wasted resources and money! Modeling is the answer to helping organizations answer the questions correctly!

Please join Graeme Simsion, data management expert and author of "Data Modeling Essentials" (Morgan Kaufmann) and David Dichmann, Sybase PowerDesigner Product Manager as they present 'Data Modeling from End to End'.

Graeme has dedicated additional time (be sure to check out his first 'On Demand' Web Seminar 'Is Your Data Modeling Strategy on Target?') to provide you with the keys to successful data modeling, from 'End to End' Graeme has been identified with some of the most important ideas and trends in data administration and data modeling over the past decade. Graeme enjoys a reputation as an outstanding and entertaining communicator.

Also during this Web Seminar, David Dichman, PowerDesigner Product Manager will be joining Graeme to demonstrate how PowerDesigner supports the needs of the 'data' world.

Highlights of this demonstration:

  • Linking requirements to Conceptual, Logical and Physical Modeling
  • Importing and Synchronizing requirements with Microsoft Word
  • Overview of Conceptual Data Modeling
  • Generating Logical and Physical models
  • Managing change from requirements through all modeling layers
  • Round-trip DDL generation for 'change management' to the RDBMS
Please register now for this informative Web Seminar.

 
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