What is a Common Data Model (CDM)?
A Common Data Model (CDM) is a share data structure designed to provide well-formed and standardized data structures within an industry (e.g. medical, Insurance, etc.) or business channel (e.g. Human resource management, Asset Management, etc.), which can be applied to provide organizations a consistent unified view of business information. These common models can be leveraged as accelerators by organizations form the foundation for their information, including SOA interchanges, Mashup, data vitalization, Enterprise Data Model (EDM), business intelligence (BI), and/or to standardize their data models to improve meta data management and data integration practices.
- Data Modeling – What is Data Modeling?
- Where do data models fit in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Process?
- Data Modeling – Fact Table Effective Practices
- Data Modeling – Dimension Table Effective Practices
- SQL Server – Basic SQL Server Object Naming Convention Guidance
- What are the Factor Affecting the Selection of Data Warehouse Naming Convention?
- Database Table Field Ordering Effective Practices
- Data Modeling – The Value of Data Indicator Flags
IBM, IBM Analytics
IBM Analytics, Technology, Database Management, Data Warehousing, Industry Models
Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics (OHDSI)/Common Data Model
Oracle Technology Network, Database, More Key Features, Utilities Data Model
Industries, Communications, Service Providers, Products, Data Mode, Oracle Communications Data Model
Oracle Technology Network, Database, More Key Features, Airline data Model