Broader artifacts are usually created or driven by those that have a bigger picture perspective of things, like Systems Engineers, Enterprise Architects, Application Architects/Designers, etc. Remember, data is only a small piece of a broader system and most Data Architects/Designers/Engineers/Database Admins/etc. are not trained to deal with the broader/bigger picture. For example, an Application Designer can design a complete system that includes Data (its definitions, structures, flows, interactions, conversions, etc.). However, a Data person rarely can do the reverse.
David Eddy <deddy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Thursday, February 13, 2014 7:18 PMTo:
Frank Guerino <Frank.Guerino@xxxxxxxxx
Re: [ontolog-forum] What the difference re., Data Dictionary, Ontology, and Vocabulary?
On Feb 13, 2014, at 7:06 PM, Frank Guerino wrote:
No, not to my knowledge. Data Architects, Designers, and Modelers usually only create Dictionaries as a means of "defining" data through its traits.
I wonder who's responsible for the other systems artifacts... systems, programs, schema, etc?