Merv Adrian

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Hadoop 2013 – Part Three: Platforms

by Merv Adrian  |  February 23, 2013  |  4 Comments

In the first two posts in this series, I talked about performance and projects as key themes in Hadoop’s watershed year. As it moves squarely into the mainstream, organizations making their first move to experiment will have to make a choice of platform. And – arguably for the first time in the early mainstreaming of an information […]

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Amazon Redshift Disrupts DW Economics – But Nothing Comes Without Costs

by Merv Adrian  |  December 8, 2012  |  7 Comments

At its first re:Invent conference in Late November, Amazon announced Redshift, a new managed service for data warehousing. Amazon also offered details and customer examples that made AWS’  steady inroads toward enterprise, mainstream application acceptance very visible. Redshift is made available via MPP nodes of 2TB (XL) or 16TB (8XL), running the Paraccel PADB high-performance columnar, compressed […]

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IBM Updates Netezza Line

by Merv Adrian  |  June 23, 2011  |  2 Comments

In the months since IBM closed its Netezza acquisition, the data warehouse appliance pioneer has been busy, if the announcements at this week’s Enzee are any indication. An enthusiastic crowd – 1000 strong – heard CEO Jim Baum deliver the news: new hardware, software and partnerships.The biggest news was The Appliance Formerly Known As Cruiser, […]

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