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Dynamic Late Binding Schemas on Need

I very much like Curt Monash’s posts on dynamic schemas and schema-on-need… here and here are two examples. They make me think… But I am missing something… I mean that sincerely not just as a setup for a critical review. 410 more words

Data Warehouse

Part 5: A Review of Processing Push-down

Continuing this thread on RDBMS-Hadoop integration (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4) I have suggested that we could evaluate integration architecture using three criteria: 370 more words

Data Warehouse

Is SAP BW dead as an EDW solution

Of late, as I have been doings the rounds with our clients and prospects talking about data analytics strategy with SAP HANA, and talk about the Enterprise Data Warehouse, I am left to wonder if the EDW as we all know it is dead (or at least dying). 476 more words

SAP HANA And Analytics

Part 4: How Hadooped is Teradata?

In this thread on RDBMS-Hadoop integration (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) I have suggested that we could evaluate integration architecture using three criteria: 332 more words

Database

Part 2: Evaluating Exadata... Does it stack up with RDBMS-Hadoop systems?

In my blog yesterday (Part 1) I suggested that we could evaluate RDBMS-Hadoop integration architecture using three criteria:

  1. How parallel are the pipes to move data between the RDBMS and the parallel file system;
  2. 359 more words
Data Warehouse