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Hadoop and Netezza: Differences & Similarities

Most of the time vendor videos are emphasizing the superiority of their own commercial platform. But this short video gives a fair overview of the similarities and differences between Hadoop and Netezza.

The video is 5 minutes long and well worth watching.

Krishnan Parasuraman (IBM Netezza Chief Architect) also mentiones a couple of scenarios where using both solutions would deliver an optimal solution:

  1. Hadoop used as a data ingestion layer for large volumes of data
  2. Hadoop is a system of archive

In both these scenarios, Netezza would would be the tool for performing deep data analysis, while Hadoop would be used as both a cost-effective storage solution and ETL processing system.

Original title and link: Hadoop and Netezza: Differences & Similarities (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)