Analytic Databases (Data Warehousing) - Further Information
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This report discusses Ingres NeXt, Actian’s flexible and comprehensive approach to digital transformation through database and application modernisation.
The Magnitude Information Engine is based on what used to be Kalido, which was originally developed by Royal Dutch Shell as a means of speeding up the creation of its data warehouses.
We consider the relative merits of IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration running on Power Systems as compared to HANA, Exadata and SQL Server on x86-based platforms.
The basic theme of this paper is to provide a comprehensive comparison of IBM's and Oracle's offerings for large-scale traditional data warehousing environments.
In this paper we will describe some of the key analytic areas that are important to telecommunications companies and discuss the argument in favour of using third party analytic application providers.
The column-based approach advocated by Sybase will provide substantially better performance at lower cost than traditional approaches for analytical, reporting and data warehousing environments.
The primary value in analytic warehouses is in supporting complex and ad hoc analytic queries with sufficient performance to meet business needs and support service level agreements.
High performance data warehouse technologies should be considered as a central component of Green IT strategies going forward.
Columns provide better performance at a lower cost with a smaller footprint: it is difficult to understand why any company seriously interested in query performance would not consider a column-based solution.
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