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Universal data access_with_sql_med
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Universal data access_with_sql_med
Universal data access_with_sql_med
Universal data access_with_sql_med
Universal data access_with_sql_med
Universal data access_with_sql_med
Universal data access_with_sql_med
Universal data access_with_sql_med
Universal data access_with_sql_med
Universal data access_with_sql_med
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  • Thanks to VMware and in particular to the Charles Fan organization, who has brought me here. Memory sticks afterward.\n
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  • Bandwidth numbers vary, depending on distance, but in any case are not increasing as quickly as storage. Here's what it looks like:\n
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  • svelte\n
  • skinny\n
  • anorexic\n
  • uh oh...\n
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  • Remember the 4 R's:\n
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  • It's the best chance we have.\n
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  • It has warts. Lots of warts.\n
  • DBI-Link 1.0 was horrifically inefficient and stupid.\nDBI-Link 2.0 was only slightly less inefficient and stupid...but both escaped into production.\n
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    • 1. Universal Data Access with SQL/MEDCopyright © 2012David Fetterdfetter@vmware.com
    • 2. Obligatory Baby Picture
    • 3. The Big PictureHard Drive Space Doubles Every 14 months Bandwidth Doubles Every 2.4 years
    • 4. Disaster! The extinction of the human race will come from its inability to EMOTIONALLY comprehend the exponential function. Edward Teller
    • 5. Approach:SQL/MED
    • 6. RADICALLYReduce netwoRk tRaffic
    • 7. Encoding?
    • 8. Not even close.
    • 9. Stream compression?
    • 10. Wont do it.
    • 11. Push Code ★Predicates ★JOINs ★Aggregates
    • 12. YES!
    • 13. Timeline(horribly incomplete)
    • 14. 2003: SQL/MED defined in SQL Standard
    • 15. 2004: DBI-Link started2005: DBI-Link 1.02007: DBI-Link 2.0
    • 16. Two Years Pass
    • 17. 2009: SQL/MED: Doping for PostgreSQL2011: Support for foreign tables (9.1)2012: More support for foreign tables (9.2)2013: Write interface, JOIN pushdown (aimed at 9.3)201?: Aggregate pushdown, per-source optimization...????: Stále více a více a více...
    • 18. Resources• Ye Wikie• Bernd Helmles Excellent Talk• pgsql-hackers@postgresql.org
    • 19. • Questions• Comments• Advice about my mental state• https://2012.pgconf.eu/feedback
    • 20. Děkujeme!

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