Data Warehousing

Introduction to Fast Track Data Warehouse Architectures

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This paper provides an overview and guide to SQL Server® Fast Track Data Warehouse, a new set of reference architectures created for scale-up (SMP) SQL Server based data warehouse solutions. It includes a summary of the resources available in the reference configuration, the distinguishing features of the approach, and the steps necessary to take full advantage of the new architectures.

2009-06-26

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Data Warehouse Capacity Planning as Capacity Enforcement

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Capacity planning is a problem for a data warehouse because it sets contrasting functional requirements against each other. On one hand, data warehouse customers consume data warehouse capacity as they query the data in the data warehouse business intelligence (BI) reporting. Meanwhile, applications consume data warehouse capacity as they load data into a data warehouse through the extract, transform and load (ETL) process.

2008-09-19

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