In-Memory Analysis Delivering Insights at the Speed of Thought

In-Memory Analysis Delivering Insights at the Speed of Thought

The purpose of this report is to profile the capabilities of next-generation business intelligence (BI) tools with emphasis on new visual analysis tools and in-memory processing. It examines the types of BI users and capabilities they need, including casual users, power users and IT administrators. It also examines BI architectures—how front-end tools interact with back-end servers and databases—to deliver those capabilities. Read more.

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