Mako migrating to CP4D
CP4D with using this service in conjunction with the  SmartSafe module of SMF
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By containerizing Smart Management Frameworks it allows us to bring our replication software to Netezza users on IBM's Cloud Pak for Data System.

logj4
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The Log4j flaw, disclosed by Apache last week, allows attackers to execute code remotely on a target computer, meaning that they can steal data, install malware or take control. How can you tell if you have a problem on your Netezza host?

Apples v oranges
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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.

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In this blog we'll show you how to massively reduce the runtime of Netezza queries on very large tables by up to 60 times.

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IBM’s Netezza Performance Server systems are incredibly fault tolerant and are known to require far less effort to administer than a traditional RDBMS. This can, however, lead to a false sense of security, and so when DBA resourcing levels are reviewed, some businesses will attempt to reduce costs by handing over the day to day running of Netezza to a non-specialist team. But is this a good idea?


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