Efficient Data Organisation in Distributed Computer Systems using Data Warehouse
Keywords:Database, Distributed Databases, Relational Databases, Optimization Algorithms, Data Warehouse, Data Marts
Databases represent a highly developed form of data organisation. The efficient useÂ of databases by their beneficiaries is a permanent and stringent concern. The firstÂ part of the article presents a short development of the way data are organised andÂ of the ways distributed databases can be optimised in computer networks. Then,Â two means for the efficient operation of distributed databases are shown. The lastÂ part of the paper evaluations of the architectures of some data warehouses (DW) andÂ of their building are made. Using the data warehouse, a beneficiary can prepare inÂ advance the required support to get reports and then make the right decisions inÂ specific situations.
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