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Attribute Ratings

  • IBM Netezza Performance Server is rated higher in 1 area: Likelihood to Recommend

Likelihood to Recommend

7.0

Hortonworks Data Platform

70%
9 Ratings
9.3

IBM Netezza Performance Server

93%
6 Ratings

Implementation Rating

9.0

Hortonworks Data Platform

90%
2 Ratings

IBM Netezza Performance Server

N/A
0 Ratings

Likelihood to Recommend

Cloudera

I find HDP easy to use and solves most of the problems for people looking to manage their big data. Evaluating the Hortonworks Data Platform is easy as it is free to download and install in your cluster. Single node cluster available as Sandbox is also easy for POCs.
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IBM

We can query the data source and treat multiple databases
as one with IBM Netezza Performance Server.



While delivering fast and reliable analytical performance, the IBM Netezza Performance Server requires minimal configuration and ongoing
management.



To drive organizational performance, Netezza Performance
Server automatically simplifies data and AI to centralize all analytics
activities on the device, exactly where the data resides.



For data processing and application dashboards, IBM Netezza
Performance Server is quite beneficial.





IBM Netezza Performance Server simplifies event setup
by notifying you when a hardware component fails, allowing you to quickly
replace it.
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Pros

Cloudera

  • It does a good job of packaging a lot of big data components into bundles and lets you use the ones you are interested in or need. It supports an extensive list of components which lets us solve many problems.
  • It provides the ability to manage installations and maintenance using Apache Ambari. It helps us in using management packs to install/upgrade components easily. It also helps us add, remove components, add, remove hosts, perform upgrades in a convenient manner. It also provides alerts and notifications and monitors the environment.
  • What they excel in is packaging open source components that are relevant and are useful to solve and complement each other as well as contribute to enhancing those components. They do a great job in the community to keep on top of what would be useful to users, fixing bugs and working with other companies and individuals to make the platform better.
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IBM

  • IBM Netezza Performance Server enables capabilities to integrate with leading ETL solutions.
  • Data can be exported from the IBM Netezza Performance Server to a variety of formats, including Excel.
  • We can prioritize specific users and queries using IBM Netezza Performance Server.
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Cons

Cloudera

  • Since it doesn't come with propriety tools for big data management, additional integration is need (for query handling, search, etc).
  • It was very straightforward to store clinical data without relations, such as data from sensors of a medical device. But it has limitations when needed to combine the data with other clinical data in structured format (e.g. lab results, diagnosis).
  • Overall look and feel of front-end management tools (e.g. monitoring) are not good. It is not bad but it doesn't look professional.
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IBM

  • More tech support may make it easier as it is only limited to be done via company representatives
  • Overhead cost for replacements and services looks like it is high compared to others
  • Integration with other cloud based application will be great
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Pricing Details

Hortonworks Data Platform

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Footnotes

    Offerings

    Free Trial
    Free/Freemium Version
    Premium Consulting/Integration Services

    Entry-level set up fee?

    No setup fee

    Additional Details

    IBM Netezza Performance Server

    Starting Price

    Editions & Modules

    IBM Netezza Performance Server editions and modules pricing
    EditionModules

    Footnotes

      Offerings

      Free Trial
      Free/Freemium Version
      Premium Consulting/Integration Services

      Entry-level set up fee?

      No setup fee

      Additional Details

      Implementation Rating

      Cloudera

      Try not to change variable names.
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      IBM

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      Alternatives Considered

      Cloudera

      We chose [Hortonworks Data Platform] because it's free and because [it] was an IBM partner, suggested as big data platform after biginsights platform.
      You can install in more physical computer without high specs, then you can use it in order to learn how to deploy, configure a complete big data cluster.
      We installed also in a cloud infrastructure of 5 virtual machine
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      IBM

      Netezza is sufficient against similar products. It comes down to personal preference, I'd love to have the data objects popping up as I type but some people may not like it.
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      Return on Investment

      Cloudera

      • It is difficult to have a negative impact, because the required investment is not that high.
      • The big open community behind Hortonworks and related Apache Project makes it easy to put 'the wheel to meet the road' quite quickly.
      • We have seen management meetings where the attendants were impressed by the results achieved with the datalake built on HDP.
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      IBM

      • The appliance is all in one so we have all licenses and support contracts under one roof.
      • The cost is expensive so ROI may take time to be realized.
      • If done correctly, then Netezza provides the opportunity for huge ROI.
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