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Week 4 Tutorial Exercise
Introduction to In-memory Database
Task 1 Answer to Discussion Question:
1. What are the drivers for in-memory appliance development?
2. Difference between performance bottleneck of in-memory database and
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ACCT30002 Enterprise Performance Management
Assignment Semester 1 2017
Due date: Friday 5 May at 4.00pm
This assignment case relates to the law firm: Darby & Larkin LLC (hereafter, Darby & Larkin).
1. Investigate the peculiarities of professional
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Week 3 Tutorial Exercise
Big Data Analytics: Requirements and Technologies
Task 1 Answer to Discussion Question (25 minutes):
1. Why it is important to combine Big Data and analytics together?
Big data provides gigantic statistical samples, which