Since I started my career about 25 years ago, data warehousing and the analytics tools it supports have come a long way. From the early days of relational database management systems (RDBMS) to the launch of high-performance analytics appliances and the emergence of...
When you read my earlier blog, “Netezza is making a comeback”, from this blog series, did you think to yourself, “Where did it go? I never left.” If you have ever had a chance to use Netezza in your data estate for warehousing, high-performance INZA push down...
In case you didn’t read the news in my last blog, Netezza is back in an on-premises format. And the latest news in the Netezza story is that Netezza is on Cloud. Netezza is now available in a public cloud-based version (first on AWS and soon on Azure) and the...
In my last blog, I discussed the latest news: Netezza is making a comeback on Netezza Performance Server for IBM Cloud Pak for Data System. With Netezza Performance Server, companies can finally run Netezza wherever they want it – on-cloud, on-premises, or on...
For years, IBM’s Netezza proved to be an excellent option for companies to run advanced analytics on a single data warehouse appliance without needing to set up and configure a traditional data warehouse. When IBM decided to replace Netezza with Db2 Warehouse, some...
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