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Netezza Performance Server

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Logs Collection for Support

Having an easy way to collect logs on the Concerto for troubleshooting without logging on to the pods would be beneficial. Maybe having some basic options on webconsole would help.
about 2 years ago in Netezza Performance Server 0 Future consideration

Enhanced host monitoring

On previous generation MAKO20 system, we were able to monitor the HOST machine resources (CPU, MEMORY, FABRIC, DISK) by using NZ_SYSUTIL_HISTORY table provided out of the box. On new generation of the system (IPS), we can still do it, but the HOST...
over 2 years ago in Netezza Performance Server 0 Future consideration

Granularity for backup

Ideal example of it is 'staging database', which may not be worth backing up. Backing up unnecessary databases is a toll on resources (Network bandwidth, CPU, storage). Having choice of which databases user can backup and at what time may help our...
about 2 years ago in Netezza Performance Server 0 Functionality already exists

Ability to specify NetBackup Copy Number on nzrestore operations

With multiple CP4D appliances, and multiple NetBackup Media Server Clusters, it would be beneficial to be able to specify the NetBackup Copy Number on nzrestore operations to match that of the most local NetBackup copy. For instance, CP4D applianc...
over 2 years ago in Netezza Performance Server 0 Future consideration

Dropdata(-dropdata) Support for backup

In netezza, we have a good backup performance indicator in '-dropdata' option, which indicates how fast we can backup, without writing to filesystem. Having such performance indicator in Concerto will help to isolate issues for backup performance ...
about 2 years ago in Netezza Performance Server 0 Future consideration

nmon for IPS host monitoring

We don't have any monitoring capability like nmon at the database host level in the IPS.If we want to install, we need to get exceptions from the security team since it is not available on FixCentral. Even then, there is no guarantee it will persi...
over 2 years ago in Netezza Performance Server 2 Future consideration

Replace NZPLSQL wrappers for INZA ML related procedures by Python (or others)

ML (related) routines are called using NZPLSQL procedures. The associated overhead is relatively large. Replacing them by Python (or others) would provide more throughput running small (tactical) scorings.
almost 2 years ago in Netezza Performance Server 0 Future consideration

Forecast NPS resource usage based on cyclops influxdb database tables solely

NPS resource usage need to be forecasted after a period of time (NPS on Cloud, NPS on Premise). Influxdb gathers data which may be used w/o the need to install and run Query History Database. Use influx timeseries and ML capabilities to provide th...
almost 2 years ago in Netezza Performance Server 0 Planned for future release

Dynamic history configuration

To switch current history configurations one has to restart NPS system which takes a large amount of time on big systems.
almost 2 years ago in Netezza Performance Server 1 Future consideration

Choosing NPS version during provisioning

It would be helpful to provide flexibility to our customers to chose NPS version while we provision the system. Cloud offering could potentially be used as dev / test environment and would benefit from being at the same level as production (which ...
about 2 years ago in Netezza Performance Server 0 Not under consideration