Data Architecture

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Data Architecture is both a science and an art. It considers methods of technical design of data to achieve specific purposes. So whether you are applying traditional relation database design (for basic OLTP applications), to Kimball-defined data warehouse designs (for OLAP), to well defined ontology-provenance schemas, to spatial data systems, to high-volume data systems, to high-performing data systems, to data-clusters and more. Data Architecture is part of the broader Enterprise Architecture

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