Alluxio vs. IBM Db2 Big SQL

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Alluxio
Score 10.0 out of 10
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Alluxio (formerly Tachyon) is an open source virtual distributed storage system.N/A
Db2 Big SQL
Score 8.7 out of 10
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IBM offers Db2 Big SQL, an enterprise grade hybrid ANSI-compliant SQL on Hadoop engine, delivering massively parallel processing (MPP) and advanced data query. Big SQL offers a single database connection or query for disparate sources such as HDFS, RDMS, NoSQL databases, object stores and WebHDFS.N/A
Pricing
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Free Trial
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Free/Freemium Version
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Premium Consulting/Integration Services
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Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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Medium-sized Companies
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Score 8.7 out of 10
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User Ratings
AlluxioIBM Db2 Big SQL
Likelihood to Recommend
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9.0
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Usability
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8.0
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Support Rating
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8.8
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User Testimonials
AlluxioIBM Db2 Big SQL
Likelihood to Recommend
Alluxio
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IBM
My recommendation obviously would depend on the application. But I think given the right requirements, IBM DB2 Big SQL is definitely a contender for a database platform. Especially when disparate data and multiple data stores are involved. I like the fact I can use the product to federate my data and make it look like it's all in one place. The engine is high performance and if you desire to use Hadoop, this could be your platform.
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Pros
Alluxio
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IBM
  • data storage
  • data manipulation
  • data definitions
  • data reliability
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Cons
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IBM
  • Cloud readiness.
  • Ease of implementation.
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Usability
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IBM
IBM DB2 is a solid service but hasn't seen much innovation over the past decade. It gets the job done and supports our IT operations across digital so it is fair.
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Support Rating
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IBM
IBM did a good job of supporting us during our evaluation and proof of concept. They were able to provide all necessary guidance, answer questions, help us architect it, etc. We were pleased with the support provided by the vendor. I will caveat and say this support was all before the sale, however, we have a ton of IBM products and they provide the same high level of support for all of them. I didn't see this being any different. I give IBM support two thumbs up!
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Alternatives Considered
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IBM
MS SQL Server was ruled out given we didn't feel we could collapse environments. We thought of MS-SQL as more of a one for one replacement for Sybase ASE, i.e., server for server. SAP HANA was evaluated and given a big thumbs up but was rejected because the SQL would have to be rewritten at the time (now they have an accelerator so you don't have to). Also, there was a very low adoption rate within the enterprise. IBM DB2 Big SQL was not selected even though technically it achieved high scores, because we could not find readily available talent and low adoption rate within the enterprise (basically no adoption at the time). We ended up selecting Exadata because of the high adoption rate within the enterprise even though technically HANA and Big SQL were superior in our evaluations.
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Return on Investment
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IBM
  • better data visibility
  • solid reliability for mission critical data
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