A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW IDENTIFIES A LACK OF STANDARDIZATION IN OLAP QUERIES ON CLOUD COMPUTING

Marcio Alexandre P. da Silva, Eonassis Santos, Paulo Caetano da Silva

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Due to storage and processing capacity of cloud computing, OLAP (OnLine Analitical Processing) systems have found a suitable environment in order to minimize issues of data storage and processing performance. Objective: This paper proposes to identify what guideline has been standardizing the implementation of OLAP query languages applied on cloud computing. Method: A systematic review was developed with three researchers, through Internet, whose method contains research question, search strategy, inclusion and exclusion criteria, selection process, data extraction and synthesis. Result: The result points to use of different OLAP query syntaxes and mechanisms, proprietary or not, meaning the lack of standardization. Conclusion: Considering the importance of standardization in any technology field, which is spurred by several international organizations worldwide, this paper identifies the necessity of works that propose a standardization to guide the building of OLAP query languages on cloud computing.


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Revista de Sistemas e Computação. ISSN 2237-2903