Data is the raw material of information. This course will review how data is managed and turned into information and knowledge by looking at the different technologies available. Management of data as a resource and data ownership will be discussed. The concepts of systems design will be addressed by covering logical design processes, architectures, data modeling and physical design processes and database design.
This course forms part of the Bachelor of Technology in TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT degree program. You may proceed to register for this course online, or by ing Student Information and Enrollment Services (SIES) at 111-111-1111 or 1-111-111-1111 Toll-Free (Canada and US only). *This course has mandatory virtual sessions on Tuesdays,18:30-22:15 PST. Be sure to sign in to The Gravitying Hub prior to the first class to make sure you know how to attend.* **There is a required text you must purchase for this course. Instructions for course reading materials will be released at the discretion of your Instructor on The Gravitying Hub or via email.**
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Describe the database technologies in meeting the need to collect, manage and disseminate the information used by organizations.
Describe the data lifecycle.
Define data modeling and data resource management techniques.
Demonstrate a knowledge of database technologies.
Demonstrate a knowledge of enterprise network technologies and datacenter technologies.
Describe various technologies used in the management of data.
Differentiate relative vulnerabilities, risk assessments and risk management requirements associated with implementation of database management technologies, and be able to initiate specific risk assessments.
Explain concepts and applications of data warehousing and data mining, including application of intelligent agents.
Describe Distributed Database Management Systems, issues and resolution of issues related to distributed data.
Analyze corporate requirements for database solutions, classify alternatives, and propose recommended solutions.