DBM 380 Entire Course

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DBM 380 Week 1 Individual: Database Selection Paper
 

Write a 700- to 1,050-word informal paper using Microsoft® Word in which you address the following:

 

 

 

Accurately definethe terms “database system” and “relational database architecture”.
 

 

In your Learning Team next week, you will have a defined application for a database that you will construct together, but this week, think about what you personally could use a database for in your personal life. Choose a subject from your work/home/hobby that requires the keeping of multiple records; e.g., music collections, sales records, inventory. You will not be creating this database in this course, but will use the idea this week to practice the skills required to take an idea into the planning of a database. 

 

 

 

Completelydefine the objectives for the database application that would provide a solution for your record keeping requirements.
 

 

List the data specifications (must include a minimum of three entities with attributes).
 

 

List at least two constraints and assumptions for your solution.
 

 

Describe at least two basic database functions that a spreadsheet cannot perform.
 

 

Accuratelyexplain why a relational database management system would offer the most robust solution for your requirements.
 

 

 
 

 

Include two or three references.

Format your paper and citations using APA format.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

 

DBM 380 Week 2 Learning Team: Sparkle Diamonds Project
 

Start working on your Learning Team Database and Presentation outlined above with delivery in Week Four. Begin by analyzing the requirements provided. Identify the tables, fields, field attributes, and table relationships required.

Build a 1-page Entity Relationship Diagram that models the required tables and relationships using Microsoft® Visio®, Lucidchart, or another software tool of your choice. The table design and relationships must support the following functionality:

 

 

 

Customers – Each customer is assigned a unique customer number but may have multiple locations to ship to. The sales team needs to be able to select the customer and the location for preparing sales orders.
 

 

Inventory Table – The sales team will want to query the inventory to find diamonds that meet the following specifications of their customers: 

 

 

 

Cost – what SD has paid for the stone
 

 

Price – what SD will sell the stone for
 

 

Carat – weight
 

 

Clarity – clarity scale for diamonds offered are IF, VVS1, VVS2, VS1, VS2*
 

 

Cut – cut scale for diamonds offered are Excellent, Very Good, Good
 

 

Color  – color scale for diamond offered are D, E, F, G, H, I, J*
 

 

Order Table – The sales team will want to prepare a sales order for existing customers and sell only diamonds that are in inventory. The DBMS must be designed such that customers can purchase multiple stones on one sales order.
 

 

 
 

 

*Diamond Scale Reference*

 

 

 

Clarity: 

 

 

 

IF- Internally Flawless
 

 

VVS1 – Very, very slightly included (pavilion)
 

 

VVS2 – Very, very slightly included (crown)
 

 

VS1 – Very slightly included (under 10X magnification)
 

 

VS2 – Very slightly included (to the naked eye)
 

 

Color: 

 

 

 

D, E, F – Colorless – color between D, E, and F diamonds can be detected only by a gemologist in side by side comparisons, and rarely by the untrained eye
 

 

G, H, I, J, K – Near Colorless – diamonds color rated by a gemologist
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

Write a 175- to 350-word Status Update for your Learning Team using Microsoft® Word describing the work you have completed this week. The Status Update is a simple Microsoft® Word document that lets the instructor know what the team has accomplished during the week.

Submit the ERD and Status Update to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

 

DBM 380 Week 2 Individual: Database Design and ERD Creation
 

In your Leaning Team this week, you built an Entity-Relationship Diagram (ERD) for Sparkle Diamonds, Inc.

For this assignment, practice your skills with creating ERDs by adding in the specification of the yellow-colored diamonds in the color scale K, L, and M, which are all classified as “faint yellow.”

Use Microsoft® Visio®, Lucidchart, or another software tool of your choice, to create this diagram.

Write a 350- to 700-word informal paper using Microsoft® Word in which you thoroughly discuss the process you went through to create your ERD, including any challenges you may have had with the software tool you used.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

 

DBM 380 Week 3 Learning Team: Tables and Status Update
 

Normalize your tables designed in Week Two.

Using the MySQL™ Workbench, or through a script, construct the tables in MySQL™ from the logical database design from your normalized ERD.

Populate each table with at least ten data records that would support the user’s functional requirements.

Write a 175- to 350-word Status Update for your Learning Team using Microsoft® Word describing the work you have completed this week. The Status Update is a simple Microsoft® Word document that lets the instructor know what the team has accomplished during the week.

Compress all your table files and your Status Update into a single ZIP folder.

Submit your ZIP folder to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

 

DBM 380 Week 3 Individual: Normalization
 

In your Learning Team this week,you normalized the ERD to third normal form (3NF). This is a key element in effective database design.

For this assignment, write a 350- to 700-word informal paper using Microsoft® Word explaining how to normalize a database to 3NF. Include in your explanation how you would assure the foreign keys are specified and the functional dependencies and inference axioms are used to derive the 3NF functional dependencies.

Prepare a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker note that includes:

 

 

 

A logical explanation of why organizations should maintain normalized data structures
 

 

An accurate description of the major reasons why organizations may fail to maintain data structures in 3NF
 

 

A complete explanation of the consequences that non-normalized data may bring to an organization
 

 

Submit the Explanation of Normalization and PowerPoint® presentation to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

 

DBM 380 Week 4 Learning Team: MySQL™
 

Complete work on your Learning Team Database.

Execute the following queries in the Diamond Broker database:

 

 

 

Create an 1-page inventory list showing all the attributes for each diamond in inventory (both in stock and not in stock)
 

 

Show the total price and costs for all in stock inventory items
 

 

Show a 1-page list of all diamonds that are in stock and have a carat weight of over 1.0 carats
 

 

Show a 1-page list of customer names and order numbers for those customers that have placed an order in the past twelve months
 

 

Show a 1-page list of all orders with customer name and include all items that are on that order
 

 

Compress the output of the queries including all of the scripts to create the database tables, to establish keys and constraints, to populate data within the database, and queries into a single ZIP folder.

Submit your ZIP folder to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

 

DBM 380 Week 4 Individual: Database Construction
 

This week in your Learning Team, you queried your Sparkle Diamond database. For this assignment, practice creating the database with ten new records andexecuting the queries on your own. Practice making the lists you provided in your Learning Team assignment.

Prepare a 6- to 8-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker notes that includes:

 

 

 

Normalized ERD
 

 

Screenshots showing the query results
 

 

SQL statements for each of the required queries
 

 

A thorough explanation of the process you used to determine the data types used in each table
 

 

A thorough explanation of the most difficult process in designing and building the data and how organizations overcome these difficulties
 

 

Submit your presentation to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

 

DBM 380 Week 5 Learning Team: Big Data
 

The amount of data that large organizations must manage is vast. The concepts of managing “big data” are much different than traditional application databases (those similar to the diamond broker application, for example).

Prepare a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with detailed speaker notes that answers the following:

 

 

 

How do organizations like Amazon, Facebook, or Google manage their “big data” systems?
 

 

Explain the challenges these organizations face with managing these large systems
 

 

Recommend tools and techniques these organizations could use to help in the management of these systems
 

 

List the key functions that must be included in these tools
 

 

Include at least three external sources as a part of your research.

Submit your presentation to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

 

DBM 380 Week 5 Individual: Database Management System and Project Compilation
 

Organizations of all sizes are likely going to implement one or more of the following database management systems (DBMS):

 

 

 

MySQL™
 

 

MS SQL™ Server
 

 

Oracle®
 

 

Microsoft® Access
 

 

Create a 1-page comparison chart using Microsoft® Word that shows:

 

 

 

The highlights of each DBMS’s strengths, weaknesses, and limitations
 

 

Three types of applications that organizations would use the DBMS for as part of their backend database needs
 

 

Note:  All DBMS must provide data storage and retrieval.

Practice data retrieval using the Sparkle Diamond database you created in your team. First, make a backup copy of your database. Then, delete some of the records from your database. Without simply restoring from the copy, figure out a way to restore the database to its original state. Rerun the queries and see if the tables populate correctly.

Compile all of the work from prior weeks into a single ZIP folder.

Submit the chart and all prior week’s work to the Assignment Files tab.

 
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