Identifying useful data, charging for data warehouse access and the ease of administration and automatic error recovery are among the upcoming trends data warehouse administrators should keep their eye on, according to new tactical research from Current Analysis Inc.

“Rather than utilizing the data warehouse as a melting pot for all of an organization’s data, there is a need to store what is useful and important to the business,” says Mike Schiff, vice president of data warehousing for Current Analysis. “Monitoring tools will be needed to determine access patterns and usage in order to ensure that the data warehouse content reflects the needs of the enterprise.”

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