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Data Warehousing and Analysis

  • Tony Bain
  • Baya Pavliashvili
  • Joseph Sack
  • Michael Benkovich
  • Brian Freeman

Abstract

Data warehousing has been around for over two decades. Yet, until a few years ago, only large companies could afford to build and maintain data warehouses. Microsoft changed this by introducing OLAP Services with SQL Server version 7.0 (in SQL Server 2000, OLAP Services are referred to as Analysis Services). What this means to you, as a DBA (database administrator), is that you and your colleagues are now more likely to develop and maintain a data warehouse than ever before.

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Data Warehouse Dimension Table Analysis Service Fact Table Product Description 
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© Apress 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • Tony Bain
  • Baya Pavliashvili
  • Joseph Sack
  • Michael Benkovich
  • Brian Freeman

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