Category: Netezza

Smart Health
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Netezza systems, like humans, will experience a decline in performance as they age. Also like humans, this decline can be linked to underlying health issues which, if corrected, can result in much of the performance being restored. In this blog, read about the steps you can take to ensure your legacy Netezza system runs at peak performance well beyond the IBM end of support date.

Nagios and Netezza
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Most companies run Nagios to monitor such things as memory usage, disk usage, microprocessor load, the number of currently running processes and log files. The monitoring of databases will, however, generally be ignored.

In this article we will show how to create and deploy Nagios monitoring for Netezza system components.

Hand holding lifebuoy stopwatch
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You don't have to invest in a secondary Netezza system that will remain idle to achieve a full disaster recovery solution - this can be achieved using SmartSafe multi-master bi-directional replication (BDR) which enables you to have a mean time to recovery (MTTR) and recovery point objective (RPO) measured in minutes whilst load balancing your users and maximising your ROI. Read more in our blog.

Man screaming
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It’s every Netezza user’s nightmare, somebody had unintentionally dropped a business-critical production table on their Netezza system and so it needed to be restored immediately otherwise the proverbial would hit the fan. Luckily we were on hand and immediately started the process of restoring from our client’s EMC storage manager.