Data Appliances impact on Large Dataset Analysis
With Oracle's acquisition of Sun we are seeing the data appliance markets become more entrenched.
The data appliance is a custom built server that is tuned specially to run a particular piece of software.
The data appliance is built to handle the processing of large amounts of information.
Software vendors are beginning to offer them as a way to increase the performance of their software and hopefully reduce their support costs.
Products such as Oracle's Exadata and Netezza's TwinFin data warehouse appliance are perfect examples of data appliances put on the market to allow
corporations to analyze ever bigger data sets. These machines work as turbo chargers for the database packages that operate on them.
With IBM's creation of InfoSphere or System S, the need to compete against software that can allow users to analyze information in the petabyte range
(1 million gigabytes) has brought about the data appliance market.
Vendors such as Oracle with their Oracle Database software and Microsoft's SQL Server use the appliances to ratchet-up performance
while their engineers try to develop something to compete with InfoSphere.
MindStream Analytics is on the leading edge of large dataset analysis. Midstream's experienced staff includes former developers and consultants.
We hold various positions throughout the IT and Business community that position us to uniquely help corporations map out their information analysis strategy.
MindStream has the expertise to help you decide whether a data appliance is something your firm needs.
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