Need a sample Oracle Database Design Document

Looking for a sample database design document.
Which may include below high level steps if possible.
1. Hardware & software specifications.
2. Database Sizing/ estimate.
3. Schema Design
4. Data transformations/ feeds
Thanks
Mallikharjuna

user8919741 wrote:
Looking for a sample database design document.
Which may include below high level steps if possible.
If you Google "database design document" you'll see that there are many templates available. I've never used any such document, and I think you'll be hard pressed to find one that fits your business needs exactly (assuming there are business needs behind your request).
1. Hardware & software specifications.
2. Database Sizing/ estimate.I would suggest you analyze existing workloads and base your estimates on that. If there is no existing workload you'll have to estimate one based on how many users you estimate will use the solution, or some other clever estimation method.
3. Schema Design This is a matter of translating business/application requirements to what needs to be stored in the relational database, and creating a data model based upon that. Every model will be different.
4. Data transformations/ feedsYou could simply document each transformation/feed and purpose.
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