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    Creating Large-Scale, Highly Available OLAP Sites

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    English
    This paper introduces various techniques for creating large-scale, highly avalable OLAP sites.
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      1.0

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      CreatingOLAPSites.doc

      Date Published:

      1/8/2004

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      499 KB

        This paper introduces various techniques needed to create large-scale, highly available online analytical processing (OLAP) sites using Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 Analysis Services and Network Load Balancing in a Microsoft Windows® 2000 Advanced Server infrastructure. High availability refers to the ability of a multiple-server site to withstand hardware or software outages that may affect individual servers within a site. A large-scale site is a site that has hundreds of gigabytes (GB) of data, making normal file copy operations ineffective.

        This paper provides step-by-step instructions that demonstrate how to build the servers and the supporting infrastructure for a reference site based on both thin-client and thick-client architectures. The architectures described are designed to:

        • Protect the data of a multiple-server OLAP site and keep the site up and running during unplanned outages.

        • Coordinate the allocation of processing resources during planned outages, such as data refreshes and complex extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL) cycles.

        • Solve many of the staging-to-production operational problems that can occur in large OLAP sites.
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      Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP

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