Big Data Analytics with IBM Cognos Dynamic Cubes

IBM Redbooks Solution Guide

Abstract

With IBM® Cognos® Business Intelligence, you have a proven enterprise business intelligence (BI) platform with an open-data access strategy. Because Cognos Business Intelligence uses a business language that is relevant to consumers, you can pull data from various data sources. Then, you can package it into a business model and make it available to consumers in various interfaces that are suited to the task.

IBM Cognos Dynamic Cubes, which is a feature of the Cognos Business Intelligence V10.2 software, complements the existing query engine. As explained in this IBM Redbooks® Solution Guide, it extends Cognos scalability to enable speed-of-thought analytics over terabytes of enterprise data, without being forced to rely on a new data-warehousing appliance. With this capability, which adds a new level of query intelligence, you can unleash the power of your large enterprise data warehouse.

For related information about this topic, refer to the following IBM Redbooks publication:
IBM Cognos Dynamic Cubes, SG24-8064-00

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IBM® Cognos® Dynamic Cubes, which is a feature of the Cognos Business Intelligence V10.2 software, complements the existing query engine. It extends Cognos scalability to enable speed-of-thought analytics over terabytes of enterprise data, without being forced to rely on a new data-warehousing appliance. With this capability, which adds a level of query intelligence, you can unleash the power of your large enterprise data warehouse.

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07 December 2012


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