Welcome to the 19th Episode of the CoffeeCAST with Stephen Hayward of Project X. I had a chance this week to sit down with Jim (a regular poster and past guest on the CoffeeCAST) where we talked about some of the topics that I have been exploring on the blog. Through the discussion w
I heard back from Netezza last night and got a very reasonable response that I would like to share. "..have not published a reference architecture because unlike other RDBMS/Server/Storage combinations there are a very limited number of variables or tunables, which effect Netezza
Project X Ltd’s First Study – How is Your Business Leveraging Business Intelligence – a Technical and Business View. We have started a study to see the views that both the Business and Technical users have of Business Intelligence (BI) and Data Warehousing (DW).
In our series on reference architecture from last week I now turn my attention to what I know of IBM‘s which is less than the first two. At the Think Big conference Dr. Bill O’Connell, Distinguished Engineer, Business Intelligence CTO, IBM Corporation did a spotlight
In a further effort to get a complete view of the landscape, I looked for as well as requested from Oracle their view on reference architecture. It appears that they do not have a public one, but don’t lose hope. I found some information on the web, but found that it
In an effort to get a complete view of the landscape, I looked for as well as requested from Netezza their view on reference architecture. It appears that they do not have a public one, but don’t lose hope. We will get a view from them to see what they have to say.
Welcome to the 17th Episode of the CoffeeCAST with Stephen Hayward of Project X. Ask and you shall receive – I asked and Yves agreed. This week we are podcasting from two continants (North America and France). I have joining me the Director of Product Marketing, Yves de Montch
I was pleased to hear that Ipedo XIP 4.2 which is scheduled for release in July is going to be available for Beta testing. Why do you ask? Well, in working to understand how data will live in the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) world, one of the interesting items I talked wi
So the last two posts covered a quick intro and a great view on the Corporate Information Factory. Today I want to open up for discussion Teradata’s Real-Time Enterprise Reference Architecture which is an article that Todd Walter wrote for Tech2Tech. I have seen and