In real-world daily business routines, it is common that data that comes from different sources is of the same structure. Sometimes each set of data is independent and there isn’t any overlapping, like the sales data each branch office exports from their own database. Other times data overlaps heavily. In a common complete business process, it is most probably that all systems and sections input data based on their store of data. To compare the overlapped data and find and…Continue
Added by JIANG Buxing on April 10, 2018 at 12:30am — No Comments
As stated in the last article, database obesity due to numerous intermediate tables and stored procedures is rooted in the closed computational system. If there is an independent computing engine providing computing capability independent of databases, then the latter can lose weight.
With a separate computing engine, the database-generated intermediate data doesn’t have to be stored as data tables; instead, it can be stored in the file system to be further computed…Continue