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A survey of Shared-Nothing Parallel Database Management Systems [ Comparison between Teradata , Greenplum and Netezza implementations ]

@inproceedings{Mseler2012ASO,
  title={A survey of Shared-Nothing Parallel Database Management Systems [ Comparison between Teradata , Greenplum and Netezza implementations ]},
  author={Thomas M{\"u}seler},
  year={2012}
}
  • Thomas Müseler
  • Published 2012
  • Distributed database systems can be implemented in a many different ways. Mostly, they are customized for a special environment to handle big data problems. The data warehouse sector relies on these amounts, but has changed from a data storage to a real time management support during the last years [3]. The resulting increase of compution and storage capacity poses new requirements to the database systems. Previous approaches of a parallel database environment tried to solve this problem with… CONTINUE READING

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