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Enterprise Data Architecture Development

An enterprise data architecture consists a set of integrated, interoperable, and non-redundant data models. The overall enterprise data architecture can be accomplished top-down or bottom-up, or a combination of top-down and bottom-up. The top down parts consist of creating a set of enterprise data elements and specified data models after a review and analysis has been completed of existing reports, database designs, and other collections of enterprise data that might exist in spread-sheets, PC-databases, and the like.

The following are links to the collections of demonstrations for top-down creation and ReEngineering data architecture development: 

The following are links to the collections of demonstrations for bottom-up creation and ReEngineering data architecture development: 

The overall process of Reverse Engineering inductively produces the metadata necessary to then support the overall process of manufacturing Enterprise Data Architectures through Forward Engineering: 

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