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Posts Tagged ‘dbms’

Column-Oriented Storage for Massive Data

We have been using a number of database management system (DBMS) such as SQL Server, DB2, and Oracle, but probably we don’t care about how the data is stored and organized in disk. Actually most of popular DBMS are built upon the row-oriented structure which stores its content by row; while today’s DB market, column-oriented […]

Additional Tools Make Growing Performance Management Programs Agile and Scalable

At Perficient, we often talk to customers about the technical “requirements” to deliver Performance Management solutions.  Every situation is different – based on chosen platform, user counts and profiles, concurrency, hardware, OS, network, and a myriad of other items depending how deep you want to go. Especially for Business Intelligence, what we always find in […]