Bring Home the Gold with
Sirius & IBM IIAS Mini-Workshop Series
We’ve designed a mini-workshop series to help clients understand the extraordinary benefits of IBM Integrated Analytics System (IIAS).
• What is the Common SQL Engine (CSE)?• Horizontal Scaling – Elasticity and parallel joining features• C
Join us on a four-session journey as we explore these topics:
olumnar Tables – Mix and match only the data you want to analyze• Solid State Drives - As your data gets larger, you can remain in controlSession 1: What is the Common SQL Engine (CSE)?
With IBM Integrated Analytics System, one of the most beneficial capability is the merging of Netezza Technology with the Db2 SQL engine. What does this mean to you as a Netezza user? IIAS allows portable SQL across all your platforms in transparently interchangeable manner, regardless of where the data is stored or if it’s structured or unstructured. Learn how this advanced feature can open new doors to your data exploration.Session 2: Speed Past Your Competition with Horizontal Scaling
In the sport of luge, speed is everything, and the same goes for your data management. In the IIAS model, Power Systems servers are the supporting hardware. To perform simple connection and reconfiguration, a Power Systems server can be horizontally placed alongside your existing one. The data will rebalance itself with no further effort.Session 3: Mix and match only the data you want to analyze
Place first with IIAS columnar compression capabilities! In IIAS, columnar tables are now available, which is highly advantageous for those using analytic methods to query data.Session 4: As your data gets larger, you can remain in control
When it comes to the bobsled race, speed and control are imperative to performance. With IIAS’ solid-state drives capabilities, users can get insights much faster. You’ve won the gold!