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Cloud Computing and Business Intelligence

Alexandru Adrian Tole ()
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Alexandru Adrian Tole: Romanian - American University, Bucharest, Romania

Database Systems Journal, 2015, vol. 5, issue 4, pages 49-58

Abstract: The complexity of data resulting from business process is becoming overwhelming for the systems that don't use shared resources. Many aspects of the business process must be recorded and analysed in a short period of time with no errors at all. In order to obtain these results, so that management and other departments know what their next decision/job will be, there must be a continuous exchange and processing of information. "Cloud Computing" is the solution to overcome the problem of processing large amounts of data. By using this technology organizations have the benefit of using shared resources from various systems that are able to face large amount of data processing. This benefits does not only resume to a high performance system but also the costs of using such architecture are much lower.

Keywords: Cloud Computing; Business Intelligence; shared resources; hardware architecture; SaaS; PaaS; IaaS (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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