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    • To close out Q3, we are excited to have more Netezza announcements and new content to share with you! ​ ​ Latest Netezza Announcements and Tech Previews: ​ New! SQL on Parquet –Tech Preview Available: Combine known structured ...

    • It’s way too easy to drown in data. Yes, your business generates and collects valuable information that can give you an edge over the competition, but wading through the data deluge - making sense of it all - takes time and money and often comes with ...

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    • Originally developed by Aniket Kulkarni and Michael DeRoy for Medium Introduction Data lakes have become an essential tool for storing large amounts of structured and unstructured data on the cloud. Netezza Performance Server on Cloud makes it ...

    • Our customers have spoken, and the message is loud and clear. IBM is recognized as a Customers’ Choice vendor for 2022 on Gartner® Peer Insights™ ‘Voice of the Customer’: Cloud Database Management Systems. Check out the latest IBM Cloud blog to ...

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    • T hank you for your teaching. Saludos, Regards IBM Expert Labs , Data Consultant: Generalist Db2 Advanced Database Administrator LUW 11.5.5.0 IBM Certified Database Associate - Db2 8.1,10.1 Fundamentals ...

    • Hello, Without any kind of query history database you can not find last update time. But you can find transaction ID which altered the table's row. It is as simple as query createxid and deletexid columns of the table. see: https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/psfa/7.2.1?topic=types-netezza-internal-data ...

    • Hi, Every table in Netezza has createxid and deletexid column as per https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/psfa/7.2.1?topic=types-netezza-internal-data createxid - transaction ID in which such row has been created / modified deletexid - transaction ID in which ...

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