Information and Data Modelling for the Enterprise - CCIDME

One of the most important tasks in the development of enterprise-strength software applications covers the analysis and design of the information and data structures that will be needed to support the achievement of the business goals. These structures must be validated against the relevant business and software processes, so that the resulting information system is seen as fit for purpose, and contributes effectively to the realisation of corporate strategy.

Information, and the data that supports it, are among the key strategic assets available to the enterprise as it pursues success in the execution its mission. Hence, Information and Data Modelling forms an important part of a wider enterprise function, Information and Data Management. Ideally modelling would be conducted from an enterprise perspective, thus avoiding the creation of isolated project or functional databases, which must then be integrated at great expense to complete the corporate view needed by senior decision makers.

This course situates Information and Data Modelling within the Management function, and exposes the main techniques useful to the modeller in deriving the required Information and Data structures in accordance with recognised best practice. The course makes extensive use of the UML notation, where applicable.

Outline

  • Introduction to Information and Data Modelling for the Enterprise
  • Basic Data Modelling concepts
  • Developing a conceptual model of information
  • Moving from conceptual information model to logical data model
  • Documenting attributes in UML
  • Normalisation technique to 3NF
  • Rationalising the Top-down and Bottom-Up views of data
  • Considerations for corporate Information and Data Modelling
  • Information and Data modelling quality checks
  • Modelling for OLAP and BI
Final Topics
  • Normalization to 6NF
  • Data Componentisation for software applications
  • Physical data modelling
  • Object-Relational impedance mismatch
  • Big Data, XML and NoSql
  • Comparison of modelling notations

Related Training Courses

Related training material is contained within the modules for both the BCS Diploma in Business Analysis and the BCS Diploma in Solution Development.

  • £ 1,500

    Guide Price Per Delegate

  • Dates & Locations Available

  • London
    04/12/2017
    London
    04/12/2017

Course Information

None required

  • Justify the need for modelling
  • Model information as a Conceptual Data Model
  • Model data as a Logical Data Model
  • Apply an access path technique to validate data structures against requirements
  • Apply the normalisation technique as a way of analysing and designing attributes
  • Rationalise and integrate the bottom-up view of data with the top-down view of information
  • Approach the design of schemas for physical databases
  • Approach the design of schemas for BI applications based on OLAP databases
  • Articulate a corporate view of information and data
  • Perform quality checks on the models produced

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