We're hearing a lot of talk about the “death” of the data warehouse. There's something to this.
Right now, the data warehouse (DW) is in its death throes; by the end of 2013, it will perish. Fear not: at some point in 2013, the data warehouse will be resurrected. Confusingly, its “resurrection” -- or, its reanimation -- must (and will) precede formal recognition of its “death”. The data warehouse wants and needs to be re-imagined: this year, data management (DM) practitioners will do just that. Conceptually, then, the DW will be reborn.
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