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Right-sizing cubes and schemas

When designing a schema, it’s best to start small and add complexity only if you need it.

  • Start off with simple cubes, with fewer dimensions and just one measure group.
  • Create complex cubes with multiple measure groups if you need to answer complex business questions.
  • Even if you build complex cubes, keep the simple cubes around for less advanced users performing ...

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