What do you think the biggest differences are between an operational data store and a data warehouse? Yes, both store operational data – but the differences pile up after that. For example, the ODS is updated often as new data is generated, while a data warehouse is updated on a set schedule. In this expert guide ,SearchDataManagement.com senior executive editor Craig Stedman walks through the differences between the two. In addition, there’s a look at 14 leading operational database management systems, and an explanation of how RDBMS software differs from DBMS technology.
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