Oracle OLAP Per Processor - Perpetual

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Oracle OLAP provides a complete set of analytical functions for online analytical processing in an Oracle database. Predictive analysis can be used to forecast market trends, predict manufacturing requirements, and build financial analysis systems, for example. Using complex, multidimensional queries and calculations, you can derive such information as market shares and net present value.

Oracle OLAP provides an outstanding feature set, including support for:

Complex analytical queries based on a multidimensional data model.
Predictive analytical functions for demand planning and financial forecasting applications.
Rapid query response times to satisfy the most demanding performance requirements.
Large numbers of concurrent users of analytical applications.
Large dimensions and multi-terabyte data sets.

Unlike competing products, Oracle OLAP uses a native data store - the Oracle Database. With this robust architecture, data does not need to be replicated into proprietary and overhead-intensive multidimensional data files to achieve rapid query response. Oracle OLAP is Internet ready with a Java OLAP Application Programming Interface. And OLAP applications requiring 24x7x365 availability can rely on Oracle Database.s high availability features.

Per Processor shall be defined as all processors where the Oracle programs are installed and/or running. Programs licensed on a Processor basis may be accessed by your internal users (including agents and contractors) and by your third party users.
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