I'm working at a Software Solution company and I'm doing some research: I'm trying to compare SAP BW4HANA with Microsoft SQL Server and I would like to understand the pros and cons of each one.
Please share your knowledge and experience about these products with me!
Senior Oracle DBA - RAC and Exadata at a tech services company
15 June 16
I only have experience with Oracle Exadata (and traditional Oracle databases ). We are very happy with our DW databases in my workplace. I have no working experience with other products you have specified bellow,
Thanks for the invitation.
Subject: Seeking expertise in Data Warehouse
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2016 11:26:57 +0000
Can you help out a colleague with the following question about Data Warehouse:
Oracle Exadata vs. HPE Vertica vs. EMC GreenPlum vs. IBM Netezza
We’re in the process of comparing Oracle Exadata vs. HPE Vertica vs. EMC GreenPlum vs. IBM Netezza.
Which one is better?
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Consultant at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
15 June 16
This is very much dependant on the size of the organisation's data, alongside what you're trying to achieve. If you're attempting to have a Kimball-style data warehouse, perhaps using ETL routines against a Hadoop data lake, you might well consider one of these perfectly capable tools.
If you're intending to set up an Inmon-style data warehouse, these may also be a good fit. In my personal experience, I would opt for Greenplum out of the list of technolgies. My organisation uses this and it is a very good MPP solution. That said, if speed of query processing is something you're keen to do, you may wish to extend your list to include the next generation of MPP databases, such as Exasol.