Ricardo GiampaoliEPM/BI certified Consultant, Oracle ACE and TeraCorp Consulting CEO at TeraCorp Consulting
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Go big, go fast with the world’s premier distributed in-memory data management platform that delivers extremely low, predictable latency at any scale. It’s the simplest, most cost-effective way to get lightning-fast, predictable access to big data—cutting processing time from minutes to seconds, or even less.
BigMemory makes your data available—in real-time—to your applications. Snap it into enterprise apps to speed up access to unlimited amounts of data in-memory, distributed across any size server array. Access 100s of TBs of data—or more—in real time. Scale up, scale out—even scale to the cloud.
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Oracle Essbase is ranked 4th in Database Development and Management with 1 review while Terracotta BigMemory is ranked 50th in Database Development and Management. Oracle Essbase is rated 9.0, while Terracotta BigMemory is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Oracle Essbase writes "Everybody uses it for financial purposes, but it can also be used for other analytic purposes, such as mathematical models, statistical models, and so on". On the other hand, Oracle Essbase is most compared with Microsoft BI, SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Platform, IBM Cognos, Tableau and Oracle OBIEE, whereas Terracotta BigMemory is most compared with .
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