Blogs

Netezza and Friends at MicroStrategy World 2011 Las Vegas #MSTRWorld

January 25, 2011 | by Tim Allik
Netezza's globetrotting reporter Karina Bernier is in Las Vegas for MicroStrategy World 2011, where the buzz is about retail high-performance analytics (powered by Netezza TwinFin appliances of course). Check out Karina's interviews with Vipul Patel of Michaels Stores, Wei Zheng of Informatica, Al...

From Bartok the Magnficent to In-database Analytics

January 21, 2011 | by Dai Clegg, VP product marketing, Acunu
It seems a lifetime ago now, but since this is my first post of the new year i will allow myself a little backward look to the best bit of Christmas: watching 3 family films on Christmas day (with family):  Bartok the Magnificent, Cabaret & A Night in Casablanca. You’re supposed to enter the...

Data Analytics and the Physics of Sledding

January 18, 2011 | by Tim Allik
OK, I give, it's just an excuse to show that when we can't surf around here in our Marlboro, Mass. office, sledding is the rage at Netezza.

Smarter Is: Out of Chaos, Order

Looking back at the birth of the modern database

January 15, 2011 | by Lisa K. Stapleton
Looking back at the birth of the modern database

Business Driving Technology or Vice Versa

Businesses are implementing DB2 10 quickly—and here’s why

January 15, 2011 | by David Beulke
Businesses are implementing DB2 10 quickly—and here’s why

DB2 Indexes and Query Performance: Part 2

No new indexes? No problem.

January 15, 2011 | by Robert Catterall
No new indexes? No problem.

DHL Mexico Follows the Money

Informix Flexible Grid helps the global logistics company consolidate its IT infrastructure on its own terms

January 15, 2011 | by Merv Adrian
Informix Flexible Grid helps the global logistics company consolidate its IT infrastructure on its own terms

How Well Do You Know the Rules?

Understanding the rules that govern referential integrity constraints

January 15, 2011 | by Roger Sanders, DB2 for LUW Offering Manager, IBM
Understanding the rules that govern referential integrity constraints

Data Governance and the DBA

Healthcare and insurance industries offer a glimpse of the DBA’s future role

January 15, 2011 | by Ives Brant
Healthcare and insurance industries offer a glimpse of the DBA’s future role

The Database Revolution

Today they’re indispensable. Sixty years ago they didn’t even exist as an idea. How did we get here?

January 15, 2011 | by Carl Olofson
Today they’re indispensable. Sixty years ago they didn’t even exist as an idea. How did we get here?