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It is widely accepted today that Relational databases are
not appropriate in highly distributed shared-nothing archi-
tectures of commodity hardware, that need to handle poorly
structured heterogeneous data. This has brought the bloom-
ing of NoSQL systems with the purpose of mitigating such
problem, specially in the presence of analytical workloads.
Thus, the change in the data model and the new analytical
needs beyond OLAP take us to rethink methods and mod-
els to design and manage these newborn repositories. In this
paper, we will analyze state of the art and future research
CitationAbelló, A. Big data design. A: International Workshop On Data Warehousing and OLAP. "Proceedings of the ACM Eighteenth International Workshop on Data Warehousing and OLAP". Melbourne: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2015, p. 35-38.
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