DATAllegro

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DATAllegro was a company that specialized in datawarehousing applicances. It was founded by Stuart Frost in 2003 inspired by and as a competitor to Data warehouse appliance pioneer Netezza.[1] In contrast to rival Netezza - which used "commodity" PowerPC chips - the DATAllegro architecture was implemented on commodity hardware from OEMs such as Dell Computer Corp., Cisco Systems Inc., and EMC Corp. DATAllegro - like Netezza - used open source software stack (Ingres DBMS running on Linux). Microsoft announced it had acquired DATAllegro as of September 2008.[2] SQL Server Parallel Data Warehouse (PDW) is the successor product to DATAllegro on Windows Server using a version of the SQL Server database engine[3]

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  1. ^ DATAllegro founder Steve Frost on DATAllegro
  2. ^ "Microsoft Closes Acquisition of DATAllegro". Sep 16, 2008. 
  3. ^ "Microsoft ships the final Technology Preview for SQL Server 2008 R2 Parallel Data Warehouse". 2 Apr 2010. DATAllegro technology as Parallel Data Warehouse now runs on Windows Server and SQL Server 

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