VMware Tanzu Greenplum Makes it Easy to Migrate From Netezza
IBM® has announced that certain versions of its PureData® for Analytics (formerly Netezza®) appliances will reach end of support in June 2019. So IBM is recommending Netezza users choose a DB2®-based upgrade, which is different from PostgreSQL®-based Netezza.
What if Netezza users could turn to a functional Postgres-based replacement, that’s deployable from commodity servers to cloud, providing maximum freedom and flexibility?
VMware Tanzu Greenplum® (Greenplum) is based on PostgreSQL and the Greenplum Database open-source projects. It’s a massively parallel processing (MPP) database that combines high performance for analytic workloads with support for some types of operational workloads and streaming ingest. Unlike Netezza, Greenplum runs anywhere: on-premises, in both public and private clouds, and in modern containerized environments like Kubernetes, delivering more freedom and flexibility!