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Top Companies in the Global In-memory OLAP Database Market: Altibase, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP SE, Exasol, Jedox, Kognitio, Mcobject, MemSQL, MicroStrategy, SAS Institute, Teradata, Terracotta, VoltDB.
The global In-memory OLAP Database Market to grow with a CAGR of +25% over the forecast period of 2018-2025.
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In-memory OLAP is the method by which analytical data is loaded into memory for live calculations and querying. Because the data is loaded into memory, running queries (or, in OLAP terms, slicing and dicing), can be faster then with traditional relational on-line analytical processing (ROLAP), multidimensional OLAP (MOLAP) and hybrid systems. Since the data resides in the RAM, the system does not need to reach out to a database or a physical file which may further entail additional network operations and disk read/write operations. Furthermore, traditional cubes store pre-calculated data and results which can then be queried. This limits the number of pre-calculated combinations. With RAM-based analytics, these calculations can sometimes be just as quickly generated on the fly.
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One of the major trends that will gain traction in the OLAP analysis market is the parallel processing of columnar database. Column storage of data reduces the amount of data to be loaded from the storage, which in turn, reduces the disk storage space. Since operations are performed simultaneously in parallel processing, storing data in columns results in faster processing. For instance, to know the average sales of a product in three markets, it is easy to look for the column where the sales data is stored and retrieve just the data that is needed instead of searching the sales record row by row.
The In-memory OLAP Database market can be divided based on product types and It’s sub-type, major applications and Third-Party usage area, and important regions.
This report segments the global In-memory OLAP Database Market on the basis of Types are:
On The basis Of Application, the Global In-memory OLAP Database Market is Segmented into:
Government and Defense
Healthcare and Life Sciences
Retail and Consumer Goods
Transportation and Logistics
IT and Telecommunication
Energy and Utility
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Regions Are covered By In-memory OLAP Database Market Report 2019 To 2025.
North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India, North America (USA, Canada, and Mexico) Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia, and Italy) Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, and Southeast Asia).
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