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Image Gallery: 11 Leading Data Warehousing Appliances

Enterprises are abandoning conventional warehouse development approaches in favor of prepackaged apps and hardware configurations combining database management systems, processing power, storage, and connectivity. Here are the leaders.
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Microsoft plans to debut its SQL Server 2008 R2 Parallel Data Warehouse (PDW) by year-end. The edition will support massively parallel processing on HP or IBM hardware. It will also support hub-and-spoke integration of marts and satellite data warehouses. Don't expect exotic flash memory options or petabyte scalability.


Learn more about how data warehousing is shifting to an analytics arms race.

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