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    • eXtremeDBFinancial EditionFB lee.hyeongchaehyeongchae @ G+
    • About me 이너비트 NHN ( CUBRID ) 텔코웨어 알티베이스▪ 티베로▪ 리얼타임테크▪ 아키스▪ 선재소프트
    • McObject is ...
    • McObject Company Telecom & Networking ↑ Aerospace & Defense Consumer Electronics Financial ↑ Industrial & Process Control Energy & Smart Grid Mobile Database Telematics Web services (persistent memory caching) Reference Applications
    • McObject President & CEO Steve T. Graves : Co-founder “In-memory database systems. Interview with Steve Graves, McObject.” – Roberto V. Zicari ( ODBMS )
    • GartnerMassimo Pezzini :The Next GenerationArchitecture:In-Memory ComputingWhos Who in In-MemoryDBMSs Published: 10. 09. 2012 + McObject eXtremeDB + ALTIBASE HDB
    • DBMS2.comCurt Monash :Many kinds of memory-centric data management+ SAP HANA+ IBM solidDB+ McObject eXtremeDB+ HP H-Store & VoltDB+ Oracle TimesTen
    • ( STAC® SECURITIES TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS CENTER )
    • STAC Benchmark Council Members McObject Joins STAC Benchmark Council – May 2012 DB Vendor : 1. KX Systems 2. McObject, LLC
    • STAC Workload Category As of 16.08.2010 :  Maket Data  Analytics  Execution
    • STAC Workload - Market Data Examples of products Domain Caption Workload summary Example metrics to be tested* - Latency from exchange message hitting Taking inbound market data messages Ticker plant software, ticker the wire to normalized update coming Direct feed from plant appliances, full-serviceSTAC-M1 integration exchanges, normalizing and caching them, through API - Max throughput to 5 clients with 99th trading platforms that offer a and making them available via an API. market data API percentile latency less than 1 ms - Latency from the moment a message is Taking normalized market data streams ready for distribution to the moment it Market data platforms, Market data through a publisher API and delivering exits the subscriber API.STAC-M2 distribution them - Latency to “undisturbed consumers” messaging software, messaging appliances to multiple consumers via a subscriber API. when other consumers are starved of resources - First-result latency Querying a time-series dataset and (time to get back the first result) Time-series applying - Last-result latencySTAC-M3 data management various analytics. Taking streaming data, applying basic analytics to it, and persisting (time to get back all results) Tick databases - Write latency it to a time-series store. - Storage efficiency
    • STAC Report: STAC-M3 / McObject eXtremeDB 5.0 / Kove XPD2 L2 / Dell / Mellanox (SUT: XTR121105)▪ Type: Audited▪ Specs: STAC-M3 Benchmarks (Antuco Suite)▪ Stack under test: – McObject eXtremeDB 5.0 Financial Edition – Kove XPD™ L2 Storage System with Mellanox QDR InfiniBand, dual port – Dell PowerEdge™ R910 Server – Intel Xeon E7-4850 Processors – CentOS Release 6.2 Final – Mellanox MT26428 ConnectX-2 QDR InfiniBand, dual port HCA – Mellanox MTS3600 InfiniScale-IV QDR InfiniBand switch
    • eXtremeDB 5.0 FE >= KDB+ 2.8 STAC-M3 Report 4Q.2012
    • KeyeXtremeDB FE Features
    • eXtremeDB FE Architecture▪ Core In-Memory Database System (IMDS) Design – As an in-memory database system (IMDS), eXtremeDB gives your application speed without rewrites or expensive new hardware.▪ Short Execution Path, Tiny Footprint (Approximately 150K) – Small code size and minimal overhead (database system memory footprint is as small as 15% of managed data volume) means less RAM is required.▪ Optional On-Disk or Hybrid Storage – McObjects eXtremeDB Fusion edition▪ Columnar Layout for Time Series Data – Traditional DBMSs bring rows of data into L1/L2 cache for processing. But financial data – such as trades and quotes – is naturally columnar, and handled more efficiently by a column-based layout.
    • eXtremeDB FE ArchitectureMr. Simple !! Small !! Fast !! Reliable !!By SQLite.org
    • Powerful Run-Time FeaturesACID Transactions High Availability and ClusteringTransaction Logging 64-Bit SupportMulti-Version Concurrency Control ( MVCC ) Open ReplicationCache Prioritization Event NotificationsDeterministic Rule-Based SQL Optimizer Pattern SearchSecurity Features Binary Schema EvolutionRemote Procedure Calls ( RPCs ) Database Striping / MirroringXML Import / Export Kernel Mode DeploymentGUI-Based Performance Monitoring & API
    • Unmatched Developer Flexibility B-Tree, R-Tree, Patricia Trie, KD-Tree andC/C++, SQL, JAVA, C# APIs hash IndexesWide Range of Supported Data Types Designed To Prevent Database CorruptionCustom Collations Broad Platform SupportSource Code Available Proven SolutionUnmatched Developer Support
    • Managing Market Datawith eXtremeDB Financial Edition - Flexible data layout - Vector-based statistical function library ( boolean, add, subract, multiply, divide, compare, not, and, or, xor, conversion, weighted sum, weighted average, covariance, correlation, conditional operations, difference, concatenation, max, min, sum, product, count, average, variance, standard deviation, user-defined functions and more… ) - Handles real-time and historical data
    • ExtremeDB 4.5 FE 3G 2.5G 2G 1G
    • Performance
    • eXtremeDB 5.0 FESUNJESOFT Gliese ALTIBASE XDBORACLE TimesTen 2013, coming soon
    • WINNEReXtremeDB 4.5 FE 4Q.2012
    • Q?!AFB lee.hyeongchaehyeongchae @ G+ 6:05:05 AM / 00