Create and Manage ERDs
Design databases properly and
An entity-relationship diagram (ERD) allows you to:
Design new databases
Understand and consolidate databases
Migrate databases to new technologies
Understand and design data warehouses
Govern your data
For data architecture, you need a tool to:
- Draw entity-relationship diagrams (ERDs)
- Reverse-engineer ERDs from existing databases
- Create logical views to capture and communicate business requirements
- Create physical views to describe the schema design specific to the data product
- Generate code to implement database designs
- Manage changes from requirements through to code generation
- Manage versions of designs
- Manage relational, NoSQL and file based data assets in one place
- Publish and collaborate with business stakeholders
- Connect into Data Governance initiatives through the business glossary
- Visualize the data movements between data assets
A simplicity of design to
construct databases efficiently
A visual representation to uncover
potential design improvements early in
the development process.
A vehicle for communication between
technical and business stakeholders.
A central place to manage and govern
the information and data of the organization
full dimensional modeling for data warehousing and business intelligence, and business data objects to bridge the gap between developers and data architects.
picture is worth a thousand words could not be truer when it
comes to having a clear readable ERD as part of design
review and impact analysis.
Brian Lawton Data Architect at Redtail Creek Software
(small business, computer software, USA)
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