With AI expected to bring $13 trillion to the global economy in the next decade1, many organizations are turning to hybrid, multicloud environments to take advantage of the opportunities from their data. To meet this demand and as data volumes and variety grow, cloud enterprise data warehouses are on the rise due to their performance, scale, and cost savings compared to many legacy systems.
Now available as a fully managed cloud enterprise data warehouse, IBM Netezza Performance Server as-a-Service (NPSaaS) is optimized to help you get value out of your data while achieving between 8% to 47% lower licensing costs compared to a competitor. Granular elastic scaling can enable you to handle both planned and unplanned spikes while paying for only what you use, and utilize powerful, in-database analytics that enables teams to build models that operate on, predict, and score data directly inside Netezza.
In a report commissioned by IBM, the analysts at Cabot Partners have analyzed the fully managed Netezza Performance Server to reveal its potential total value of ownership (TVO) using 2 cases studies and compare the performance and scalability of NPSaaS to its competitor, Snowflake. Their comprehensive report covers:
- The key benefits of cloud enterprise data warehousing
- Differentiators of Netezza Performance Server as-a-Service
- A Total Value of Ownership (TVO) framework and how Netezza scores.
1 Tim Fountaine, Brian McCarthy and Tamim Saleh, “Building the AI-Powered Organization”, Harvard Business Review, July-August 2019.