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Extending the Reach of Your Business Intelligence Insight through a Single, Complementary Solution

Published By: SRC,LLC     Published Date: Jun 01, 2009
To mine raw data and extract crucial insights, business decisionā€makers need fast and comprehensive access to all the information stored across their enterprise, regardless of its format or location. Furthermore, that data must be organized, analyzed and visualized in ways that permit easy interpretation of market opportunities growth, shifts and trends and the businessā€process changes required to address them. Gaining a true perspective on an organization’s customer base, market area or potential expansion can be a challenging task, because companies use so many relational databases, data warehouse technologies, mapping systems and ad hoc data repositories to gather and house information for a wide variety of specialized purposes.
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src, enterprise, enterprise applications, convergence, compared, counted, combined, reorganized, analyzed, visualized, mapped, database, gis, geographic business intelligence, data independence, etl, csv, delimited text file, mdb (both for microsoft access, esri personal geodatabase
    
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Revolutionizing Data Warehousing in Telecom with the Vertica Analytic Database

Published By: Vertica     Published Date: Mar 15, 2010
Revenue assurance analysts at a top-tier US-based carrier studied this every day. Primarily focused on detecting fraud, revenue sharing contract violations and incomplete revenue collections, they had the need to query and analyze call detail record (CDR) databases that grow by millions of new CDRs every day.
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vertica, ec2, cdr, elastic, saas, dbms, sql, acid transactions, jdbc, odbc, etl, cloud computing, data management, ad-hoc, business intelligence, cloud, cloudbased applications, analytic, saas, dbms
    
Vertica

ODBC 101: The Beginner's Guide to Open Database Connectivity

Published By: DataDirect Technologies     Published Date: Mar 17, 2009
Since the SQL Access Group created the Call Level Interface, ODBC has become the most ubiquitous method for connecting to relational database sources. ODBC was developed to allow programmers to access relational data in a uniform manner, regardless of the database backend. ODBC translates those generic commands into the specific esoteric commands of the database backend, so the quality of the driver directly determines the performance of the database connectivity layer. Learn more today!
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data direct, open database, sql, call level interface, odbc, drivers, rdbms, 64-bit applications, single architecture, power consumption, rack space, scalability, oracle rac, database availability, service level agreements, slas, software development, database development, sla
    
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