- Not complex to administer
It provides a key repository for risk information - suitable due to volume of data.
Bitemporal support is needed.
I've used it for three years.
We found some bugs - boundary conditions mostly.
There are no issues with scalability.
9/10 - I have always be able to reach someone at IBM with the correct answer.
Non analytic databases used to be all there was. Netezza provides outstanding performance for structured data.
I didn't set up but our database administrators have said it is much simpler than Oracle, or DB2.In house - have a person trained on PureData - it will pay off
In house - have a person trained on Pure Data - it will pay off
I can't quantify ROI.
Licensing is straightforward - you end up buying the box with Netezza on it as it's an appliance.
Every query has to be set based - no iteration over a result set. stored procedures should be used sparingly.