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    • Introduction In today's data-driven world, the ability to swiftly and securely recover databases is paramount. As businesses migrate towards cloud-based solutions, the demand for efficient data restoration tools has increased. Enter Netezza Performance ...

    • Netezza Performance Server as a fully managed service on AWS is IBM’s cloud-native enterprise data warehouse designed to operationalize business analytics and AI workloads, combined with the simplicity of the AWS cloud. With new support for open formats ...

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    • If you have or are considering a lakehouse for your enterprise, you won’t want to miss this lab. In 90 minutes, you’ll get a chance to use Db2 or Netezza in the watsonx.data, in conjunction with presto, iceberg tables, and object storage. Learn about ...

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    • IBM announces availability of the high-performance, cloud-native Netezza Performance Server as a Service on AWS The AI revolution is here, but so are the multitude of data challenges that organizations now face to effectively make AI work for them. ...

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    • Hi everyone, I'm looking for documentation on AMPP architecture of NPS on CP4DS to present to customer like this image attached. Currently all of the documents I found are about the PureData System for Analytics. The problem is PDA does not use ...

    • If you want to delete duplicate rows from a single table in a single query, then something like this should do the trick I think (obviously you will need to replace the db, schema, table, and column names for your own values): delete from ...

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