Netezza to Present at Think BIG 2006 Adastra Data Warehouse Conference.Sponsor Will Discuss How Data Warehouse Appliances Data Warehouse Appliance
A data warehouse (DW) appliance is an integrated set of servers, storage, OS, DBMS and software specifically pre-installed and pre-optimized for data warehousing. Drive Business Growth and Address Customer Pain Points
Who: Ellen Rubin, Vice President, Marketing, Netezza Corporation What: At the Think BIG 2006 Adastra Data Warehousing Conference, Netezza will present "Data Warehouse Appliances: Empowering Companies to Deliver Unparalleled Business Intelligence." In this session, Netezza will discuss how data warehouse appliances have brought an innovative approach to data warehousing and are being used globally today by brand-name companies looking to drive business growth. When: Thursday, May 4, 2006 from 3:10 -3:40 pm EDT Where: Think BIG 2006 Adastra Data Warehousing Conference 2006 The MaRS Centre - Toronto, Canada
The Think BIG 2006 Data Warehousing See data warehouse.
data warehousing - data warehouse Conference, hosted by Adastra Corporation on May 4, will feature data warehouse leaders as they discuss current issues, trends, strategies and the future of data warehousing. Ellen Rubin of Netezza Corporation will discuss how data warehouse appliances have gained tremendous momentum in the market and enable companies to deploy multi terabyte data warehouses quickly and analyze terabytes of detailed data in minutes or seconds, driving overall business growth. Using customer success stories, Rubin will illustrate how the data warehouse appliance addresses the performance, scalability and TCO (1) (Total Cost of Ownership) The cost of using a computer. It includes the cost of the hardware, software and upgrades as well as the cost of the inhouse staff and/or consultants that provide training and technical support. See ROI. challenges faced by data-intensive organizations.
The conference agenda includes keynotes by Dr. Stephen Brobst and Dr. Claudia Imhoff.
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About Netezza Corporation
Netezza, the global data warehouse appliance market leader, enables enterprises to make all of their data actionable - quickly, simply and affordably. The Netezza Performance Server The Netezza Performance Server is a network attached computer appliance currently sold by Netezza.
As an appliance, it includes an embedded copy of Linux, a customized version of the open source PostgreSQL relational database, built-in storage, and an embedded processor family of products delivers breakthrough performance, unmatched ease of deployment and operation, and innovative flexibility and scalability at a fraction of the cost of traditional data warehouse solutions. By architecturally integrating database, server and storage within a single appliance, the NPS NPS National Park Service
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NPS Norfolk Public Schools (Virginia) system delivers 10 to 100 times the performance at half the cost of existing systems. Based in Framingham, Mass., Netezza has offices in Washington, DC, the United Kingdom and Asia Pacific. The Company is backed by leading venture capital firms Name Location Founding date Managing Partners/Directors Specialty Capital managed
5AM Ventures Menlo Park, CA; Waltham, MA 2002 John Diekman, PhD (managing partner), Scott Rocklage, PhD (managing partner), Andrew Schwab (managing partner) life sciences $200M  , including Matrix Partners, Charles River Charles River
River, eastern Massachusetts, U.S. The longest river wholly in the state, it flows into Boston Bay after a course of about 80 mi (130 km). Navigable for about 7 mi (11 km), its estuary separates the cities of Boston and Cambridge. Ventures, Battery Ventures, Orange, Sequoia Capital Sequoia Capital is a venture capital firm founded by Don Valentine in 1972. The firm's partners include Don Valentine, Pierre Lamond, Michael Moritz, Doug Leone, Mike Goguen, Mark Stevens, Jim Goetz, Sameer Gandhi, Roelof Botha, and Mark Kvamme. and Meritech Capital Partners. For more information about Netezza, please visit www.netezza.com.