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Data Warehousing - Where's the Value?

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Reader’s assistance required - I need help with use cases for query approximation

Query approximation can improve performance, especially for iterative processes
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IBM PureData System for Operational Analytics vs Oracle Exadata X3

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.
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Analytics in Telecommunications

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.
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Informatica Data Replication for real-time (big) data warehousing

While real-time analytics is becoming more and more urgent for many organisations the ability to accomplish this can easily be constrained by the volume of data that needs to be analysed.
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IBM Smart Analytics Systems - vs Oracle Exadata X2-2

The basic theme of this paper is to provide a comprehensive comparison of IBM and Oracle's offerings for data warehousing and OLTP.
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10 Rules: Embedding a Database for High Performance Reporting and Analytics

There are certain rules that all suppliers of embedded database products to OEMs and ISVs must follow.
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KPMG Data Analytics

KMPG has put together an attractive option for organisations wishing to establish a short-term data mart for analytic purposes.
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Teradata Partners Oct 2007 – Part 2.

We report on some of the education available at this Teradata User Group conference.
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