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The Integrated Data Hub, The Next Generation Data Warehouse: The Smartest Way To Deal With The Data Integration Challenges Paperback – October 22, 2013
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About the Author
Dario Mangano is an executive with over 23 years of global IT management and consulting experience.
In his current role as Head of Knowledge Management of an international retail group, he manages the Business Intelligence, Enterprise Content Management and Global Data Services departments and drives the transformation of structured data, as well as unstructured and big data into information and knowledge. The motto of his department is indeed: “From Data, To Information, To Knowledge, To Actions!»
Dario is also a renowned keynote speaker at Business Intelligence international events.
In addition, he is a certified Data Vault Modeler and the founder of the Swiss Network of Business Intelligence Professionals.
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The book conveys all the needed theory for developing a comprehensible description of Mangano's Integrated Data Hub concept – albeit more than a certain familiarity with data warehousing processes is required to fully understand it.
Practical applications, examples and diagrams abound throughout the book, so it's easy to make sense of Mangano’s proposal: a proven architecture, we learn, which has been deployed successfully several times by the author himself.