NExus core server makes data movement easier for DBAs, IT, and business users.

The two concepts in our Big Data vision is the user’s desktop and the database server.  The Nexus desktop allows a user to access any data, at any time, anywhere from their desktop or laptop, no matter whether they are at the office, a coffee shop, or home.  The Nexus Server sits in between the many different database platforms, both on-premises and on every cloud, and manages and controls the data movement between systems.  Users use the desktop to build anything and everything, but they have the option to run it from their desktop or the Server.

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Hadoop is one of the greatest creations in data warehousing in the common age. However, it can get a little confusing! Let me walk you through how Hadoop works and the many projects that use Hadoop!

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We have setup three demos this Friday (July 14th, 2017) to show off the Nexus Query Chameleon! These 90 minute sessions will be dedicated to showing off Coffing Data Warehousing’s tool of choice! The Nexus Query Chameleon is a versatile tool that allows you to handle many different data sets from many different systems simultaneously. Do not…

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The great master Confucius once said, “It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop”.  Putting one step forward is an essential key to success and it is how things evolve. Nowhere is this more prevalent than in the computer industry. For many years, most people queried a single…

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Tera-Tom here! The amount of data and the processing power it takes is growing exponentially so companies continue to buy more servers.  Each query needs processor power and memory to bring back an answer set, but competition for these resources is fierce.  A company that has 50,000 users must continue to upgrade their systems to…

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Tera-Tom here! What does the world’s most successful bank, telecommunications company, movie studio, and PC manufacturer have in common? Teamwork! There is no “I” in team, but there is a capital “I” in Information. These top players all use information to make decisions and they do so by putting the business users and analysts on…

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