Managed Memory Configuration

Aggregated data cubes are the most effective form of storage of aggregated or summarized data for quick analysis. Utilizing these data cubes involves intense disk I/O operations. Conventional, in-memory processing does not rely on stored and summarized or aggregated data but brings all the relevant data to the memory. This technology then utilizes intense processing and large amounts of memory to perform all calculations and aggregations while in memory. Managed Memory Computing blends the best of both methods, allowing users to define data cubes with pre-structured and aggregated data, providing a logical business layer to users, and offering in-memory computation. These features make the response time to user interactions far superior and enable the most balanced approach between disk I/O and in-memory processing. The hybrid approach of Managed Memory Computing provides analysis, dashboards, graphical interaction, ad hoc querying, presentation, and discussion driven analytics at blazing speeds, making the Business Intelligence tool ready for everything from an interactive session in the boardroom to a production planning meeting on the factory floor.

Enable Managed Memory In Objects
In the managed memory configuration section in Administration, you can view the details regarding Allocated memory, Used memory, and Free memory. You can se...
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