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warehouse

1. a place where goods are stored prior to their use, distribution, or sale
3. Chiefly Brit a large commercial, esp wholesale, establishment

Warehouse

A place in which goods and merchandise are stored; a storehouse. Built usually of masonry, there was little need for windows, and as a result most restorations need to cut new windows or enlarge those in the existing structure.

What does it mean when you dream about a warehouse?

Dreaming about a warehouse might be about past memories or something else in the past. Alternatively, perhaps we have put something in storage, such as artistic ambitions, in order to pursue something else.

warehouse

[′wer‚hau̇s]
(industrial engineering)
A building used for storing merchandise and commodities.

warehouse

A building designed for the storage of various goods.
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DATAllegro, supplier of the premier price/performance data warehouse appliance, today announced the release of DATAllegro C25(TM) - a large-capacity data warehouse appliance that holds up to 25 terabytes of user data.
In contrast, KALIDO 8 automates the creation and lifecycle management of enterprise data warehouses and associated master data for builds in 75 percent less time (typically 2-5 months), rapid adaptation to changes and 55 percent lower maintenance costs.
Kalido's software reduces the creation and lifecycle maintenance staffing costs of data warehouses by 55 per cent or more compared to custom-built solutions according to an independently audited study.
Data Warehousing and Information Access Strategies, an introduction to what a data warehouse is and how it works (start dates: September 6 or November 1).
Kalido, the leading data warehouse lifecycle management (DWLM) software provider, has raised US$ 10 million to finance further growth of its business operations in the US and Europe.
Kalido's award-winning DWLM software has fundamentally changed the way data warehouses are deployed and maintained, delivering unprecedented flexibility for rapid warehouse creation and updates to enable timely business intelligence reporting.
As data warehouses were created, companies integrated their pertinent data into these warehouses.
As a method to improve the sharing and storing of client information in data warehouses, data mining is now beginning to make advances into these systems.
But just like the old saying "beauty is only skin deep," businesses are starting to realize there's a lot more excitement left in their relationships with their data warehouses and some are actually finding creative ways to keep the flame alive and make money in the process.
0[TM] outlines the definition of the future architecture of data warehousing under strict new parameters, marking a significant shift from the traditional static data warehouses and legacy descriptions.
The Norwich Union project is a great example of how data warehouses are increasingly being used to deliver operational applications as well as decision support.