Tom Coffing will show off the Nexus Desktops coordinating with the Nexus Server to join data across platforms with a single click of the mouse.

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Are you migrating thousands of tables to the cloud? Do you want business users to be able to move data between any two systems? Can you imagine giving users the ability to join tables across disparate platforms?

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  Teradata’s QueryGrid product is a brilliant concept that connects Teradata systems to multiple data sources for cross-system functionality.  However, QueryGrid does not compare with CoffingDW’s high-speed Nexus Server. Teradata is a proprietary database, but Nexus combines all database platforms. Teradata broke barriers within the database world by allowing users to join data across several…

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Virtualization allows users with no technical expertise to join data across all on-premises and cloud databases.  Users can also move data from any two systems and ETL teams can migrate thousands of tables.  Having a database like Yellowbrick, where billion-row tables can return an answer set in subsecond times, encryption software from Soterosoft to guarantee the security of sensitive data, and the Nexus Server to convert and migrate between systems is the perfect package.

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The Art of War is attributed to the ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu and remains the most influential book in East Asian warfare and Western cultures.  This book explains Chinese military tactics, from strategy and weapons to rank, discipline, and training techniques. What is truly unique is that Sun Tzu wrote this book in the 5th century BC. During the Sengoku period (c. 1467–1568), the Japanese daimyō named Takeda Shingen (1521–1573) became almost invincible in all battles without relying on guns because he studied The Art of War. The book even gave him the inspiration for his famous battle standard “Fūrinkazan” (Wind, Forest, Fire, and Mountain), meaning fast as the wind, silent as a forest, ferocious as fire, and immovable as a mountain. The new art of war is the Virtualization of data because the tactics allow businesses to wage war on their competition.  Virtualization is the ability to join data no matter where it resides without any technical expertise, and it makes organizations fast as the changing winds of business, ferocious enough to light their sales on fire, silent to secretly understand the relationships the data is telling them, and as immovable as a mountain because their business is on solid grounding.

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The Art of War is attributed to the ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu and remains the most influential book in East Asian warfare and Western cultures.  This book explains Chinese military tactics, from strategy and weapons to rank, discipline, and training techniques. What is truly unique is that Sun Tzu wrote this book in the 5th century BC. During the Sengoku period (c. 1467–1568), the Japanese daimyō named Takeda Shingen (1521–1573) became almost invincible in all battles without relying on guns because he studied The Art of War. The book even gave him the inspiration for his famous battle standard “Fūrinkazan” (Wind, Forest, Fire, and Mountain), meaning fast as the wind, silent as a forest, ferocious as fire, and immovable as a mountain. Virtualization of data is the new art of war.  Virtualization is the ability to join data no matter where it resides without any technical expertise, and it makes your organization fast, ferocious, and movable.

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Data virtualization allows users to move or join data across database platforms with no technical experience.  Why spend millions moving data when your users can join data across platforms? Data virtualization is the best way to see your data in action, and thus, it has become an important tool for various business lines to get the insights their teams need. Join us on Thursday, January 21st, at 10:00 PST (1:00 EST) for a 20-minute webinar to hear from Yellowbrick, along with two solution partners, Nexus and Soterosoft, to learn how to build a virtualization roadmap.

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I have never seen analytic queries perform faster than on a Yellowbrick Data Warehouse. Today, I will begin a series on how to tune a Yellowbrick system. Today, I will start with one of the most critical fundamentals for tuning any parallel processing system, including Yellowbrick.

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The question of the day should be Yellowbrick or Snowflake. As the great playwright William Shakespeare once penned, “To be or not to be, that is the question?” If Shakespeare were alive today, the real question would be, “To be or not to be competitive.”

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Today you will witness moving and joining data across every platform in your enterprise faster than magic. The Nexus Desktop with a Nexus Server puts the business user on the same playing field as the data scientist. Combine Nexus with Yellowbrick and you get the greatest hybrid-cloud strategy on today’s market. Watch a billion-row table query in one second. Watch joins across all platforms, and watch how easy everyone from the business user to the ETL teams migrate with a button click.

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While Yellowbrick Data Warehouse offers the #1 Price/Performance in the industry, Coffing Data Warehousing’s Nexus products make it quick and easy to move millions of rows out of Teradata, Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, Snowflake, or Redshift, and join and query multiple tables across different systems at blistering speeds. Join us on Thursday, November 12 where our…

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I can teach you Yellowbrick analytics!  I have never seen analytics perform faster than on Yellowbrick.  Today we are going to learn about First_Value.  This analytic seems too simple at first, but I will show you how to use First_Value to look for trends. First_Value will display the first value of a specific column residing…

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I can teach you Yellowbrick analytics! I have never seen a database do analytics faster than Yellowbrick. Last week we taught you Lead, and this week we are teaching you Lag.

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Federated queries are a combination of hardware and software working together like dance partners that make it an art.  A federated query joins tables together from different systems.  Federated queries are the definition of accessing any data, at any time, anywhere. 

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The Ides of March is best known as the date on which Julius Caesar was assassinated at the Theatre of Pompey by members of the Senate in 44 BC. I think that 2020 is the year that we make the Ides of March a good thing. During March, I am going to allow you to migrate and move any amount of data to Snowflake for FREE. 

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The number one goal in today’s cloud market is for users to be able to access any data, at any time, anywhere.  That usually takes the skill of a data scientist, but how would you like to point-and-click to join Excel to any table from any database? As a data warehouse manager at the largest bank in the world told me, “The Nexus Super Join Builder puts the business user on the same playing field as a data scientist.”

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