By Andy Rivenes-Oracle on Jun 23, 2016
We tell people that Database In-Memory is all about improving analytic
processing. The definition that I use is "using aggregation to find
patterns or trends in data". I believe I saw this used in one of Juan Loaiza's
OpenWorld presentations and it made sense to me. After all Database
In-Memory is really good at scanning and filtering a lot of data, and
most of the articles on this blog echo that theme.
The problem is, the definition that I use doesn't necessarily make sense for everyone. When we do presentations or give webinars many people don't seem to really get what we mean by analytics.