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Definitions

  1. MOLAP is a more modern approach.
  2. MOLAP is a multidimensional, high performance storage format. (Web site)
  3. MOLAP is used to provide summaries, while ROLAP is used to dig deep into the database for details.
  4. MOLAP is an alternative to the ROLAP (Relational OLAP) technology. (Web site)
  5. MOLAP is a acronym that can contains many meanings which are listed below.

Molap

  1. One approach to HOLAP maintains detail records (the largest volumes) in the relational database, while maintaining aggregations in a separate, MOLAP store.
  2. MOLAP(Multidimensional OLAP), provides the analysis of data stored in a multi-dimensional data cube.
  3. Multidimensional OLAP ("MOLAP") utilizes a proprietary multidimensional database ("MDDB") to provide OLAP analyses.
  4. Multidimensional Online Analytical Processing (MOLAP) is the most standard approach to OLAP solutions.
  5. It was designed to get best of both worlds: it is somewhat faster than ROLAP, and CUBE structure is much smaller than in MOLAP case.

Holap

  1. The OLAP engine supports MOLAP, ROLAP and HOLAP storage modes for data. (Web site)
  2. OLAP Services supports a full MOLAP implementation, full ROLAP implementation, or a HOLAP solution.
  3. MOLAP stores both the base and aggregated data as a multi-dimensional array of data. (Web site)
  4. MOLAP consumes more space than HOLAP, because the former duplicates the data in the fact table. (Web site)
  5. That's why Teradata and Hyperion have combined forces to help you move from an MOLAP environment to a hybrid HOLAP solution.
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