Network Appliances

Simple is STILL Better: Embrace Speed & Simplicity for a Competitive Edge

Provided by IBM

Category Network Appliances

Type White Paper

Length 8

Publish Date May 15 2014

Date posted September 22 2016


This paper is written with two audiences in mind: organizations which recognize how constraining their first generation warehouse is for their business, and second, those that have already modernized their infrastructure but found their new warehouse inefficient; only delivering speed when coaxed with constant tuning and administration, perpetrating the costs and complexity that they had wished to put behind them.

The market offers an array of choices to organizations planning new data warehouses to manage large and varied data sets. Most vendors emphasize the speed of their products, but few address the real need: to increase speed efficiently, which reduces complexity and cost by simplifying data warehousing. Listening to the hundreds of organizations who have transformed their warehouses with IBM PureData System for Analytics, powered by Netezza technology, it becomes apparent that their successes were made possible not by speed alone, but by speed delivered with simplicity.

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