A14 Getting Started with Vectorwise by Mark Van de Wiel

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A14 Getting Started with Vectorwise by Mark Van de Wiel

  1. 1. Getting started with VectorwiseMark Van de WielDirector Product Management, VectorwiseThursday, November 01, 20121 of 9 1 of 9Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation
  2. 2. Agenda Background Vectorwise history Customer value proposition Key partners Demo Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 2
  3. 3. 100x (+) Performance Difference – 2003Custom C versus Relational Database TPC-H 1 GB query 1 (runtime in s)30 28.1 26.22520 MySQL15 DBMS X10 C program 5 0.2 0 MySQL DBMS X C program Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 3
  4. 4. 100x (+) Performance Difference – 2003Custom C versus Relational Database TPC-H 1 GB query 1 (runtime in s)30 28.1 26.22520 MySQL15 DBMS X MonetDB10 C program 5 3.6 0.2 0 MySQL DBMS X MonetDB C program Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 4
  5. 5. Database Research at CWI MonetDB Open source, columnar, in-memory database for analytics Runs TPC-H Q1 @1GB in 3.6 seconds • Fast but still 15x slower than custom C program x100 Goal: bridge the 100x gap between mainstream RDBMS and custom C program Started from scratch in 2003 • Data analytics • High performance • Leverage modern hardware Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 5
  6. 6. Key Concept: Vectorised Execution Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 6
  7. 7. 100x (+) Performance Difference – 2003Custom C versus Relational Database TPC-H 1 GB query 1 (runtime in s)30 28.1 26.22520 MySQL DBMS X15 MonetDB10 C program 5 3.6 x100 0.2 0.6 0 MySQL DBMS X MonetDB C program x100 Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 7
  8. 8. Vectorwise – 8/2008 4 Founders – researchers from CWI Peter Boncz, Marcin Zukowski, Niels Nes, Sandor Heman Funded by Ingres (now Actian) Build Vectorwise into Ingres Database • Columnar storage • Vector-based execution kernel Leverage key Ingres capabilities, e.g. • Standard interfaces ODBC, JDBC, .NET etc. • SQL Parser and optimizer • Utilities Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 8
  9. 9. Ingres Vectorwise – Key Milestones June 2010: Ingres VectorWise 1.0 September 2010: first customer live with Ingres Vectorwise December 2010: Ingres (now Actian) acquires Vectorwise February 2011: first 100 GB TPC-H >300% improvement over SQL Server on identical hardware Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 9
  10. 10. Vectorwise Today TPC-H record holder on performance, price performance and energy consumption Current version 2.5 “Every now and then something occurs that tears up your expectations of how technology will Global customer base evolve. […] Analyst recognition The Vectorwise results are jaw dropping. […] Something inside you says, “that’s no car, it’s“Game-changing technology” a rocket.””- Donald Feinberg, Gartner Group - Robin Bloor, President, The Bloor Group “This is definitely a breakthrough. It delivers faster results at lower costs.” - Noel Yuhanna, Forrester Research Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 10
  11. 11. Vectorwise Core Value PropositionPERFORMANCE – as a result of software innovation Fast query response times Fast project delivery No expert schema design required No (expensive) tuning expertise required Affordability Modest commodity hardware requirements No expensive expert resources required Best-in-class support 24x7, follow-the-sun support available from an experienced organization Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 11
  12. 12. Implementation Architecture Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 12
  13. 13. Actian BI Partners Certified/tested In progress Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 13
  14. 14. DEMO Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation
  15. 15. Agenda Background Vectorwise history Customer value proposition Key partners Demo Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation 15
  16. 16. Confidential © 2012 Actian Corporation

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