As Web-based systems and e-commerce carry businesses into the 21st century, databases are becoming workhorses that shoulder each and every online transaction. For organizations to have effective 24/7 Web operations, they need powerhouse databases that deliver at peak performance-all the time. High Performance Web Databases: Design, Development, and

section Section I|4 pages

Database Planning and Getting Started

chapter Chapter 1|10 pages

Database Development Methodology and Organization

BySanjiv Purba

chapter Chapter 2|10 pages

Establishing Enterprise Data Standards

BySanjiv Purba

chapter Chapter 3|22 pages

Enterprise Data Management

ByJonathan B. Novak

section Section II|4 pages

Information Gathering and Analysis

chapter Chapter 4|18 pages

Data, Processes, and Events: Keys to Comprehensive Analysis

ByPhilip Friedlander

chapter Chapter 5|10 pages

A Framework for Classifying Data

ByWilliam H. Inmon

chapter Chapter 6|14 pages

One Concept Equals One Data Element: A Rule for Developing Data Elements

ByJennifer Little

chapter Chapter 7|14 pages

Web Content Management

ByCharles Banyay

section Section III|4 pages

Managing Business Rules

chapter Chapter 8|18 pages

Business Rules: Capturing the Most Elusive Information Asset

ByAlice Sandifer, Barbara von Halle

chapter Chapter 9|16 pages

Business Rules: A Case Study

ByAlice Sandifer, Barbara von Halle

chapter Chapter 10|12 pages

Modeling Business Rules

ByRonald G. Ross

section Section IV|4 pages

Performance Modeling Methods

chapter Chapter 11|10 pages

Enterprise Data Modeling Practices

ByWolfgang Keller

chapter Chapter 12|24 pages

Evaluation of Four Languages for Specifying Conceptual Database Designs

ByJames Larson, Carol Larson

chapter Chapter 13|18 pages

A Comparison of Three Systems Modeling Methodologies

ByMichael P. Kushner, II-Yeol Song, Kyu-Young Whang

chapter Chapter 14|16 pages

Building a Data Model

ByCandace C. Fleming, Barbara von Halle

chapter Chapter 15|12 pages

Business Information Data Modeling

ByDeborah L. Brooks

chapter Chapter 16|20 pages

Making Data Models Readable

ByDavid C. Hay

chapter Chapter 17|16 pages

Integrating Process and Data Models in a Horizontal Organization

ByDavid C. Wallace

chapter Chapter 18|28 pages

Avoiding Pitfalls in Data Modeling

BySteven Cheung

chapter Chapter 19|14 pages

The Politics of Entity Identifiers

ByDeborah L. Brooks

chapter Chapter 20|14 pages

Practical Guidelines for Supertype and Subtype Modeling

ByRichard E. Biehl

section Section V|4 pages

Performance Design and Development

chapter Chapter 21|16 pages

Physical Database Design

ByJames A. Larson, Carol L. Larson

chapter Chapter 22|12 pages

Design, Implementation, and Management of Distributed Databases — An Overview

ByElizabeth N. Fong, Charles L. Sheppard, Kathryn A. Harvill

chapter Chapter 23|10 pages

Detailed Design and Application of Distributed Database Management Systems

ByElizabeth N. Fong, Charles L. Sheppard, Kathryn A. Harvill

chapter Chapter 24|10 pages

Relational Database Design Using Semantic Objects

ByJong-Sung Lee, Bo Kai Wong

chapter Chapter 25|14 pages

Component Design for Relational Databases

ByAshvin Iyengar

chapter Chapter 26|12 pages

Designing Relational Databases

ByCandace C. Fleming, Barbara von Halle

section Section VI|4 pages

Database Integrity and Quality

chapter Chapter 27|12 pages

What’s Wrong with My Data?

ByJeffery Feldman

chapter Chapter 28|8 pages

Referential Integrity for Database Design

ByBonn-Oh Kim

chapter Chapter 29|12 pages

Data Quality: An Architectural Solution

BySriram Pidaparti

chapter Chapter 30|18 pages

Ensuring the Integrity of the Database

ByWilliam E. Perry

section Section VII|4 pages

Distributed Databases, Portability, and Interoperability

chapter Chapter 31|10 pages

Data Communications Requirements of Distributed Database Systems

ByDave Brueggen, Sooun Lee

chapter Chapter 33|6 pages

Providing Access to External Databases

ByGilbert Held

section Section VIII|4 pages

Database Integration with the Internet and the Web

chapter Chapter 34|26 pages

Developing Client/Server RDBMS Applications Using Java Servlets and JDBC

ByJonathan Held

chapter Chapter 35|14 pages

Building Database-Enabled Web Applications With IDC

ByIdo Gileadi

chapter Chapter 36|10 pages

Integrating EDMSs and DBMSs

ByCharles Banyay

chapter Chapter 37|6 pages

Database Management and the Internet: Developments and Challenges

ByBhavani Thuraisingham

section Section IX|4 pages

Data Migration, Conversion, and Legacy Applications

chapter Chapter 38|10 pages

Relational Database Conversion: Issues and Approaches

ByChang-Yang Lin

chapter Chapter 39|10 pages

Data: Everchanging and Eternally the Same

ByBruce Anderson

chapter Chapter 40|10 pages

A Practical Example of Data Conversion

ByCharles Banyay

chapter Chapter 41|16 pages

Data Conversion: Doing it Right the First Time

ByMichael Zimmer

chapter Chapter 42|8 pages

Migrating Data to an Integrated Database

ByJames A. Larson, Carol L. Larson

chapter Chapter 43|6 pages

Bridging Legacy Data with XML

ByFrank Cullen

section Section X|4 pages

Performance Tuning

chapter Chapter 44|8 pages

Improving User Experience through Improved Web Design and Database Performance

BySrinivas Padmanabharao

chapter Chapter 45|8 pages

Web-Based Testing and Capacity Planning

ByTrevor Clarke

chapter Chapter 46|14 pages

The Advancing Art of Indexing

ByLois Richards

chapter Chapter 47|8 pages

Parallel Databases

ByStewart S. Miller

chapter Chapter 48|10 pages

Leveraging Checkpoint Processing

ByWilliam Pearson

chapter Chapter 49|8 pages

The Denormalization Decision in Relational Database Systems Design

ByBonn-Oh Kim

section Section XI|4 pages

Data Administration and Operations

chapter Chapter 50|10 pages

Assessing a Data Administrative Program

ByJennifer Little

chapter Chapter 51|12 pages

Managing Database Backup and Recovery

ByMichael Simonyi

chapter Chapter 52|12 pages

Database Compression Technologies

ByNathan J. Muller

chapter Chapter 53|6 pages

How to Handle Data Loss and Backup

ByWilliam Krouslis

section Section XII|4 pages

Database Security

chapter Chapter 54|26 pages

Security Management for the World Wide Web

ByLynda L. McGhie, Phillip Q. Maier

chapter Chapter 55|10 pages

Establishing Security Controls in a Distributed Database

BySooun Lee, Mohamed Nour, Soong H. Chung

chapter Chapter 56|14 pages

Understanding Relational Databases and Assessing Their Security

BySean D. Doyle

chapter Chapter 57|8 pages

Virus Activity in the Internet Environment

ByTerinia Reid