IBM Cognos Dynamic Cubes

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Published on July 31, 2015

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ISBN-10: 0738440833
ISBN-13: 9780738440835
IBM Form #: SG24-8064-01


Authors: Dmitriy Beryoza, MaryAlice Campbell, Cesar Cardorelle, Tod Creasey, David Cushing, Vlaunir Da Silva, Sean David, Avery Hagleitner, Ian Henderson, Daniel Howell, Igor Kozine, Paul Prieto, Paul Thompson, Jose Vazquez and Ying Zhang

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    Abstract

    IBM® Cognos® Business Intelligence (BI) provides a proven enterprise BI platform with an open data strategy. Cognos BI provides customers with the ability to use data from any source, package it into a business model, and make it available to consumers in various interfaces that are tailored to the task.

    IBM Cognos Dynamic Cubes complements the existing Cognos BI capabilities and continues the tradition of an open data model. It focuses on extending the scalability of the IBM Cognos platform to enable speed-of-thought analytics over terabytes of enterprise data, without having to invest in a new data warehouse appliance. This capability adds a new level of query intelligence so you can unleash the power of your enterprise data warehouse.

    This IBM Redbooks® publication addresses IBM Cognos Business Intelligence V10.2.2 and specifically, the IBM Cognos Dynamic Cubes capabilities. This book can help you in the following ways:

    • Understand core features of the Cognos Dynamic Cubes capabilities of Cognos BI V10.2
    • Learn by example with practical scenarios by using the IBM Cognos samples

    This book uses fictional business scenarios to demonstrate the power and capabilities of IBM Cognos Dynamic Cubes. It primarily focuses on the roles of the modeler, administrator, and IT architect.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Overview of Cognos Dynamic Cubes

    Chapter 2. IBM Cognos Dynamic Cubes architecture

    Chapter 3. Installation and configuration of IBM Cognos Cube Designer and IBM Cognos Dynamic Query Analyzer

    Chapter 4. Modeling with IBM Cognos Cube Designer

    Chapter 5. Basic modeling

    Chapter 6. Advanced topics in modeling

    Chapter 7. Administering dynamic cubes

    Chapter 8. Virtual cubes

    Chapter 9. Dimensional security

    Chapter 10. Securing the IBM Cognos BI environment

    Chapter 11. Optimization and performance tuning

    Chapter 12. Near real-time updates

    Chapter 13. Dynamic cube lifecycle

    Chapter 14. Troubleshooting

    Chapter 15. Query service memory monitoring

    Chapter 16. Using Framework Manager models

    Chapter 17. Hardware sizing

    Chapter 18. Dynamic cubes in a multi-dispatcher environment

     

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