Marty LurieCompany: Systems Engineer, IBM
E-mail address: email@example.com
Website address: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks
Marty Lurie started his computer career generating chads while attempting to write Fortran on an IBM 1130. His day job is in Systems Engineering for IBM's Informix organization, but if pressed he will admit he mostly plays with computers. His favorite program is the one he wrote to connect his Nordic Track to his laptop (the laptop lost two pounds, and lowered its cholesterol by 20%). Marty is an IBM-certified DB2 DBA, IBM-certified Business Intelligence Solutions Professional, and an Informix-certified Professional.
Web Click Stream Analysis using Linux Clusters - 2004-09-07
Marty Lurie describes how to use SQL to analyze the logs of a Web server to understand how people use the site and performance issues. Using Linux clusters with a shared nothing database can improve the performance of that processing. Examples are shown using IBM-Informix XPS Developers Kit.
Read Tutorial View Tutorial Discussion