June 14, 2015
June 14, 2015
June 17, 2015
Computing & Information Technology
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Data Management Model Selection: Compare/Contract Expert testimonies with ITProfessionals’ preferencesData Management Models selection (Centralized Data Model or Federated Data Model) for managingorganization data is influenced by many factors. The goal is to determine the best architectural modelfor managing enterprise data; and help organizations to select an architectural model. The studycompared and contrasted the federated and centralized data models within the context of business andtechnology requirements using a survey method. Each model is ranked using the following set ofapplicable factors: cost, schedule, performance, efficiency, limitations, risk, training, operations,compliances, deployment, security, accessibility, dependability, data quality, stability, maintainability,reliability, availability, flexibility, scalability, and predictability. The purpose of this paper is tocompare/contract expert testimonies of data management with IT professionals’ practical aspect of thedata management technologies.
Shaykhian, G. A., & Khairi, M. A., & Ziade, J. (2015, June), Data Management Model Selection: IT Professionals’ Preferences Paper presented at 2015 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Seattle, Washington. 10.18260/p.23777
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