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Modeling Unstructured Data

Available On-Demand

Date Held: March 25, 2008

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Managing data and metadata becomes increasingly challenging when unstructured data is added to the mix. Find out how modeling unstructured data delivers business agility and business/IT alignment by viewing this on-demand Web seminar.

Featuring discussion by DM Review columnist Steve Hoberman and Sybase PowerDesigner Sr. Product Manager David Dichmann, this Web seminar covers:

- Definitions of structured, semi-structured and unstructured data and why you need to model all three
- How impact analysis brings value to metadata management
- How better metadata management is key to addressing and managing regulatory compliance issues

Steve Hoberman is a world-recognized innovator, thought leader in the field of data modeling, author of two books, Data Modeler’s Workbench and Data Modeling Made Simple as well as the author of the monthly 'Design Challenge' column for DM Review magazine. During this Web seminar Steve presents practical examples of commonly encountered unstructured data.

David Dichmann manages the direction, vision and technical marketing for Sybase’s industry leading data modeling solution, PowerDesigner. During this Web seminar David covers a lot of ground, concluding with a live product demonstration.

View this on-demand Web seminar and learn how you can benefit from modeling unstructured data.

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