Blogs

Change, But No Change

July 31, 2009 | by Phil Francisco, VP Product Management & Marketing
Just trying to clarify. Curt Monash's informative blog on the coming Netezza system and family of products includes the following: Beyond the switcheroo in components, Netezza is making substantial changes to its hardware architecture. In current Netezza products, the FPGA plays the role of a disk...

"Catch a wave and you're sittin' on top of the world"

July 30, 2009 | by Phil Francisco, VP Product Management & Marketing
Surf's up! Summer seems to finally have arrived in the Boston area and a number of vendors in the data warehousing and analytics space are hoping to catch a wave riding on a flurry of industry announcements. A few trends continue to build in the news: Data sizes continue to grow alongside the...

How to Get Certified for DB2

What you need to know about signup details, process information, and exam formats

July 15, 2009 | by Howard Fosdick
What you need to know about signup details, process information, and exam formats

Smarter Is: Predictive, Preventive Healthcare

Clinical data warehouses turn information into smarter treatments

July 15, 2009 | by Merv Adrian
Clinical data warehouses turn information into smarter treatments

DB2 9.7: It All Adds Up

Automation, compression, and management improvements in the new version of DB2 save valuable time—and money

July 15, 2009 | by Eric Ahrendt
Automation, compression, and management improvements in the new version of DB2 save valuable time—and money

The Performance and Cost Optimization Ripple Effect

What every manager needs to know to make database optimization pay off

July 15, 2009 | by Scott Hayes
What every manager needs to know to make database optimization pay off

Insider Information on the IIUG Informix Conference

The reasons why Kansas is key to the annual gathering’s ongoing success

July 15, 2009 | by Stuart Litel
The reasons why Kansas is key to the annual gathering’s ongoing success

A First Look at DB2 9.7

New features improve performance and compatibility and are easy to implement

July 15, 2009 | by David Beulke
New features improve performance and compatibility and are easy to implement

Setting the Record Straight

December 16, 2008 | by Phil Francisco, VP Product Management & Marketing
We came across a series of blog posts the other day which seemed to insinuate that Netezza and other competitors might be trying to shape our 10-100X performance message on the backs of comparisons to antiquated, end-of-service life systems and not comparing to current competitors' platforms . When...

"Netezza Underground" - NPS at Your Bookstore

November 26, 2008 | by Phil Francisco, VP Product Management & Marketing
We had quite a surprise the other day when it came to our attention that Netezza and the NPS data warehouse appliance are now the subjects of a new book: Netezza Underground: The unauthorized tales of derring-do and adventures in resilient data warehousing solutions, by David Birmingham (ISBN: 1-...