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16 May, 2013: Data Migration 2013
After the lessons learned from our 2011 data migration report I'm going to be discussing what's next to learn in a webinar next week.
09 May, 2013: IBM JSON
There's been some confusion about how exactly DB2 is supporting JSON: here's the lowdown
12 April, 2013: IBM boo-boo on big data
IBM announces a raft of big data enhancements and products but forgets to mention DB2!
12 February, 2013: If I haven't heard of it it's probably NoSQL!
It's all too easy to think that all noSQL vendors fall into the same camp. MarkLogic is a notable exception.
06 February, 2013: IBM adds new Netezza model
IBM has intorduced a new PureData for Analytics model, based on Netezza technology.
27 September, 2012: Greenplum update
An update on how Greenplum is progressing under the EMC banner
21 June, 2012: Federating Big Data
Cirro has introduced a data federation solution designed for big data. It could give the established vendors a run for their money.
18 June, 2012: QlikTech acquires expressor
QlikTech has bought expressor Software. Why? And what's it going to do with it?
14 June, 2012: HPCC: a Hadoop competitor or a data warehouse in its own right?
HPCC from Lexis Nexis looks like a better alternative to Hadoop
14 May, 2012: What exactly is in-memory?
In-memory processing can be used for a lot of different things within data warehousing
11 May, 2012: YarcData
The fourth in a series of five articles about graph databases
10 May, 2012: Service virtualisation
Will Informatica's next acqusition be Parasoft?
08 May, 2012: Neo4j
This is the third in a series of five articles about graph databases
03 May, 2012: Graph databases and NoSQL
The second in a series of five articles about graph databases
02 May, 2012: Teradata and SAS join forces
Teradata and SAS have jointly launched an appliance. Given their respective positions in the market this is bad news for the competition.
02 May, 2012: Graph databases and the warehouse
The last of five articles about graph databases
02 May, 2012: What's a graph?
The first in a series of five articles about graph databases
13 April, 2012: Is YourSQL running too slowly?
Tokutek provides an interesting alternative to sharding, SSDs or relacement databases if MySQL is running too slowly
11 April, 2012: IBM and DB2 version 10
The latest version of DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows is now available. Perhaps most interestingly DB2 can now act as a graph store.
05 April, 2012: Banks collaborating! Shock! Horror!
Until now there has been no easy, inexpensive and compliant way for banks to share information about "bad people"