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  • Taschenbuch: 266 Seiten
  • Verlag: British Informatics Society Ltd; Auflage: Revised. (1. September 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1906124841
  • ISBN-13: 978-1906124847
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17 x 1,4 x 24,4 cm
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For any practitioner faced with the challenge of delivering a successful data migration, this book is an absolute necessity. -- Dylan Jones Founder, Data Migration Pro/ Data Quality Pro The author does an excellent job of presenting the key topics clearly and concisely, with hints and anecdotes throughout to help illustrate the main points. Overall a well written and extremely useful book for anyone involved in the migration of systems. -- Mehmet Hurer MBCS CITP BT

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"Practical Data Migration" gives you techniques and strategies for ensuring that your data migration project achieves maximum returns for your company. This book provides a structured approach to data migration enabling you to get the right data, in the right place, at the right time. Every new computer system needs start up data before it can be put into operation and realize the benefits implicit in new software. The success of every company merger, de-merger or restructuring relies on the success of merging or dividing data. Often, data migration goes wrong - as recently highlighted by the media in organizations as crucial as the NHS, The Inland Revenue, and the Department of Work and Pensions. To realize return on investment, data loaded at 'go live' should be the best available; to maximize the utility of the novel features of a new computer system data should also be the most appropriate obtainable. There has been no published method for finding and re-processing data in legacy systems - until now.

"Practical Data Migration" provides tried and tested approaches, strategies and techniques for ensuring your data migration project goes smoothly with minimal disruption to your organization. "Practical Data Migration" is not slanted towards any particular operating system, target system, data migration tool or industry. It is a business facing approach that will work, and has worked, in any business environment. This is a practical guide to running successful data migration projects containing original methods, an example project as a model of best practice and ideas on rescuing data migration projects that have gone wrong. "Practical Data Migration" contains a wealth of real life examples and hints that have been shown to work in practice. It explains how to maximize the benefits of data migration, both as part of a new system implementation and as a key tool in business merger and de-merger activities. It blends real life experiences, with cutting edge developments from the Rapid Application Development arena, as well as more traditional metadata modelling concepts, and offers clear definitions of commonly used jargon that surrounds the subject.

"Practical Data Migration" debunks the mysteries that surround this subject, providing a template for judging the performance of in-house or brought in skills. It encourages adaptation to local cultural or environmental constraints, but provides a model of best practice that should be the starting point for their project specific implementation of the method. For the IT practitioner who has been given responsibility for managing a data migration project, it provides techniques well-founded in practice, a host of hints and tips and anecdotes to reassure that the author has "been there, done that". -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.


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Data (as opposed to application) migration is an often neglected topic in the context of change in software. Much effort is spent on software renewal projects but the migration of data from old data sources to new data bases is mostly considered to be an upleasant task which in planning is often sidelined. With sometimes disastrous consequences: Failure to transfer data into the new applications will lead to failure of the renewal project. Research has shown that only about 16% of all migration projects succeed within time an budget. The top reasons for failure are unrealistic scoping and lack of methodology or experience. Given these facts it is surprising that there should be few papers or books on the market addressing the question of data migration. The present book is the rare exception and it does a very good job explaining the elements of a data migration project and how such a project is to be organized. Its target readership are project managers or architects who either need to run a migration project themselves or in whose project portfolio migration plays a subsidiary role (such as application migration). Given the rather nontechnical account of the subject database experts or similar technical roles will not find much material to chew on.

The book comes in two parts: Part one explains the key principles behind data migration. This part shows in what ways data migration is different from other data transfer projects, and it explains the particular challenges involved. The second part is a guideline on how to set up and carry through a data migration project from an organisational perspective. Both chapters are as specific as a general book on the topic can be.

On reading the book I found that a few topics are not adequatly covered, however.
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Great First Edition! 14. Dezember 2007
Von JES - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is an awesome first edition, simply and litterally awesome. Great thought leadership brought to a book that can educate many on the topic of Migration Strategy. There absolutely needs to be a second edition that expands the book with sample templates of the artifacts that are described in the book to allow and individual just starting to follow the methods in the book to success and also more details of the QA and cutover planning area would be helpful. Well worth the read, for me the book represented one of the thought provoking reads I have had this year!

Hopefully the second edition is on its way!
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Essential 22. Januar 2010
Von Jeffrey K. Tyzzer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I found myself (vigorously) nodding in agreement on virtually every page of this book, an indispensable distillation of years of experience and insight. The situations and scenarios Morris describes often hit so close to home that I had to wonder if he hadn't secretly been on some of the same projects I have and/or listening in on the meetings! If you are a practitioner in the data quality, MDM, ETL, data conversion/migration/consolidation/integration, etc., space you owe it to yourself **and your clients** to read this book--you and your projects will be more successful for having done so.
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One of a Kind.. 29. April 2014
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This book provides more of the information I need on data integration and related testing, than any other. I've been working with data integrations for years, this is the most practical and useful. Five stars!
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Great book 29. August 2013
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I do this work professionally, and this is giving me some great ideas around correcting present implementation issues etc. I may not use the methodology as a whole, but it helps fill gaps in my present process.

Thanks for the great process!
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Good, but Planning Data Migration would be a more accurate title 11. Juli 2012
Von Zarock - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is well written and was an enjoyable read. It focues on large-scale data migrations where there are multiple data stores and business stakeholders to deal with, and suggests what types of plans and documents to create and how to get people throughout the business invloved.

My only critisim of the book is that it focuses too much on planning and does not really offer any pratical solutions or ideas in how to deal with what I thought would be quite common issues when technially having to do a data migration. For example, it would have been great if the book could have discussed posiblities for dealing with where a column is not unique in the old database and needs to be unique in the new, where a column is nullable in the old and needs to be not null in the new, what to do with columns in the old database that are not used in the new which the bussiness insists must be kept because they have to keep data for 5 years, and so forth.

I apperciate that the first golden rule in the book is that "Data migration is a business not a technical issue", but as the person actually having to do the data migration, it would be helpful to have some possible solutions to the mentioned issues which I could discuss with the business. This is why "Planning Data Migration" is probablly a more accurate title for the book.

Still a helpful read, and I would suggest anyone doing a large data migration purchase this book.
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