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In-Memory BI

In-memory Business Intelligence (BI) refers to business intelligence software that utilizes an in-memory database (IMDB) for data processing. In-memory BI’s claim to fame is to provide an alternative to the hefty data warehouse and OLAP projects.

What is meant by in memory database?

An in-memory database (IMDB, also known as a main memory database or MMDB) is a database whose data is stored in main memory to facilitate faster response times. Source data is loaded into system memory in a compressed, non-relational format. In-memory databases streamline the work involved in processing queries.

How is data stored in memory?

In a semiconductor memory chip, each bit of binary data is stored in a tiny circuit called a memory cell consisting of one to several transistors. Data is accessed by means of a binary number called a memory address applied to the chip’s address pins, which specifies which word in the chip is to be accessed.

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