This course focuses on HOPEX Information Architecture. It teaches Information Managers and Data Architects how to create a shared business language in a business glossary.
Students will also learn how to create conceptual, logical and physical data models and other data business models, which can be used to capture information exchanges and describe key information assets.
These models can be created automatically with database reverse- engineering.
- Capture and structure your organization's business glossary
- Refine your glossary through the use of semantic architecture principles
- Manage & follow up on information design efforts
- Implement your organization's glossary into logical/applicative data blueprints and physical databases
How the course is organized
The course alternates theoretical and exercise modules. Theory covers the challenges driving organizations to formalize their business glossary, along with definitions of HOPEX objects and functionalities. Practical exercises based around a real-life scenario allow participants to apply the theory learned on a relatable case.
How to participate
- Introduction to Enterprise Architecture and Information
- HOPEX Information Architecture Demonstration
- Introduction to our exercise Use Case
- Build a Business Dictionary with Terms and definitions
- Structure the Business Dictionary
- Conceptual definitions and directed relationships
- Define conceptual properties
Advanced Semantic Architecture
- Multiplicities & compositions
Information Design & Management
- Data usage & responsibilities
- Follow up on information design efforts
- Build Data Dictionaries
- Realize Concepts
- Build Databases through synchronization
- Import existing Databases
- Initialize Business Dictionaries from Databases