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See you at the IBM Information OnDemand (IOD) Conference in Las Vegas this week – And yes, Big Data will be a hot topic!Submitted by bweed on October 21, 2011 - 22:06
It is that time of year again; our IBM IOD conference is upon us. I hope to see many of you there in attendance. With over 10,000 people attending and some great sessions planned, it should be a valuable experience for everyone (Business Partners, Customers and IBMers).
What is my predicted buzz at the conference this year? What else, Big Data. I mean what else could be bigger then Big Data, since it already has Big in its name.
Title: Latest Informix Performance Features
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2011
Time: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM (Central Time), 17:30h Germany
Presented By: Sanjay Menon, Director of Business Development (Century Software), Mark Rees, Chief Technology Officer (Century Software)
Registration: Century Financials Software – The Advantage For Informix Customers
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2011 seems to be the year of in-memory analytics. Informix warehouse accelerator was released in March 2011, SAP HANA in June 2011, and now Oracle Exalytics. So, the competition is expected to heat up with additional offerings.
Naturally, many question on its features, performance, pricing abound. This quick comparison is based on public information Oracle has released.
Many of the Business Partners you see here listed below will be out at our Information On Demand (IOD) Conference in Las Vegas starting on Oct. 23 – Oct. 27.
Please take the time to meet with them if you are out there. Watch for my next post for more details on the conference.
AMTSybex, a UK based energy service company, has published a Smart Meter benchmark based on IBM Informix Timeseries technology. The results are quiet impressive and demonstrate the predominance of the Informix technology regarding the handling of time stamped data: