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Hello Experts,

Which of these three different software’s extract, transfer and load data (Terabyte data) the quickest?  This data resides in Oracle.
      
1      ESSBASE  - Hyperion
2      Informatica
3      SQL - TOAD

Currently, using MS Access queries have proven very sluggish and slow, and we are wondering if SQL in Toad might be a potential solution.

What are your thoughts regarding whether or not ESSBASE, Informatica or creating Hyperion cubes would be an option of being faster with ETL?  

Thanks
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I'd choose like this

1) informatica
2) ESSBASE
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My last two questions, can you explain why and does Informatica load data into SQL Server for Users to extract or does it stay within itself?
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Informatica, and other ETL tools such as IBM DataStage and Microsoft SSIS, are the tools to transfer data from a source to a destination.  

They are not data containers within themselves that store data.

>(Terabyte data)
>MS Access queries have proven very sluggish and slow
The file size limitation of an Access database is 2 Gb's, so if we're talking Teradata than that is well beyond Access' capabilities.
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Thank you!
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