Lumber Cut

A construction supply company wants to implement a data warehouse to analyze the performance of their online portal for ordering custom cuts of lumber.

Their sales data is currently stored in two separate transaction processing relational databases, one contains inventory and the other one contains sales data. Both databases save their data in a normalized schema. One of the reasons for implementing a data warehouse is that it takes too much time to query the databases for average sales data and inventory status, which causes some online transactions to timeout.

How should the data warehouse be implemented?

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Tags

  • Data Warehouse
  • Software Architecture
  • New
  • Public
  • Easy

Information

Difficulty: Easy

Duration: 3 min

Author: Brian Schaeflein

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