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  • 1. Open
Source
Data
Warehousing 1
  • 2. About Infobright Founded 2006 Headquarters Toronto, Canada; offices in Boston, MA and Warsaw, Poland The Infobright Data Powerful, simple, and low cost, designed for rapidly growing volumes of data Warehouse The Open Source Community and Enterprise Editions to suit your needs Solution  Simplicity: “Load and Go”, no new schemas, no indices, no data partitioning, easy to maintain  Scalability: Ideal for databases of 500GB - 30 TB Major Benefits  Low TCO: Industry-leading compression, less storage, industry standard servers, low software costs, minimal ongoing operational expenses Leverages MySQL connectivity to ETL and BI Provides MySQL customers with scalable, enterprise-ready data warehouse MySQL Integration MySQL/SUN Microsystems invests in Infobright Sept 15, 2008! 2
  • 3. . Data
Warehousing
Challenges More
Kinds
of
Output
 Limited
Resources
 More
Data,
 Needed
by
More
Users,
 and
Budget More
Data
Sources More
Quickly Real
5me
data
 10 101 101 0 10 0101010101010101010101010101 0101010101010101010101010101 10 Mul5ple
databases 0101010101010101010101010 0101010101010101010101010 0 10 10 101 External
Sources 0101010101010101010101 1 0101010101010101010101 10 101 10 0 10 1 10 0 10 01 01 10 01 1 01 10 1 1 0 10 1 10 0 1 1 10 0 01 01 10 1 1 01 0 10 1 0 01 10 0 1010 1 0 10 10 1 1 01 101 1010 10 1 1 1 01 010 0 1 0 1 1010 010 0 1 0 10 1 01 1 01 0 0101 0 10 01 01 1 0 01 1 10 0 10 0 1 0  Labor
intensive,
heavy
 indexing
and
par55oning  Hardware
intensive:

massive
 Tradi5onal
Data
 storage;
big
servers Warehousing  Expensive
and
complex 4
  • 4. What do the current limitations mean for Stakeholders?  Users  Do not get access to data they need;  Queries run too slowly;  Are not allowed to think creatively – ask new different questions;  Are told to wait for months for what they want in minutes;  IT  Besieged with requests for new data sources and new queries;  Feature creep and changing requirements straining resources;  Too much time and effort spent on ongoing management  Not enough budget to meet user requirements  Executives  CIOs face service level complaints and rising IT costs;  Business unit leaders without analytic data fail to achieve objectives; 4
  • 5. . Infobright Data Warehouse More Kinds of Output Limited Resources More Data & Needed by More Users, and Budget Data Sources More Quickly • Just load and go • No planning for new queries • No fixed schemas • Load and query performance • Fast data load remain the same as DB grows • Scales from 500GB to 30TB • No DBA needed • Self-managing: no indexes, no data partitioning, no manual tuning • Choice of open source and low-cost Enterprise subscriptions • Simple hardware infrastructure: standard servers, much less storage 3
  • 6. The
Infobright
Difference Infobright's
Mission Infobright 
Enable
companies
of
all
sizes
to
 be
able
to
easily

 implement,
manage
and
afford
a
 data
warehouse. Infobright's
SoluEon A
radical
new
approach
to
 analyEcal
data
warehousing 7
  • 7. Introducing
Infobright Column Orientation Smarter
architecture
 Knowledge
Grid
–
staEsEcs
and
  Load
data
and
go metadata
“describing”

the
super‐  No
indices
or
parEEons
 compressed
data to
build
and
maintain  Knowledge
Grid
automaEcally
 Data
Packs
–
data
stored
 updated
as
data
packs
are
 in
manageably
sized,
highly
 created
or
updated compressed
data
packs  Super‐compact
data
foot‐
 Data
compressed
using
 print
can
leverage
off‐the‐ algorithms
tailored
to
 shelf
hardware data
type 8
  • 8. Infobright
Works
Smarter Query
received
by
 Infobright
Op5mizer
 Infobright iterates
over
the
 Knowledge
Grid Knowledge
Grid Only
the
data
packs
 needed
to
resolve
 the
query
are
 decompressed Data Packs OUen
query
results
 can
be
determined
 from
the
Knowledge
 Grid
alone 9
  • 9. Infobright and MySQL Infobright
is
architected
on
MySQL,
backed
by
strong
 partnership
with
MySQL
and
SUN •
IntegraEon
provides
a
simple
 path
to
highly
scalable
data
 warehousing
for
MySQL
users • No
new
management
 interface
to
learn • MySQL
integraEon
enables
 seamless
connecEvity
to
BI
 tools
and
MySQL
drivers
for
C,
 JDBC,
ODBC,
.NET,
Perl,
etc.

 26
  • 10. Infobright
is
Easy
on
IT 10 101 101 0 10 Exis5ng
Data
Stores 0101010101010101010101010101 0101010101010101010101010101 10 




BI
Connectors
 0 Clickstream/Logfiles No
strain
on
IT 0101010101010101010101010 0101010101010101010101010 1 1 10 10  No
need
for
physical
 101 0 01 10 data
modeling External
Sources 1 0101010101010101010101 10 0101010101010101010101 01 01 10 101 10 0 100 10 0 10  Runs
on
standard
 1 1 0 10 10 1 hardware 1 01 0 10 0 01 1  Works
with
exisEng
BI
 10 1 01 1 1 and
ETL
plaaorms 0 01 10 10 1  MySQL
“wrapper” 01 10 0  No
need
to
learn
new
 database
system  Leverages
mature
tools ETL
PlaVorm
 Connector 10
  • 11. The Infobright Difference  Self-managing: no data partitioning, no index creation or maintenance, Knowledge Grid created automatically  Very low cost: standard commodity servers; minimal administrative costs; simple, SMP hardware architecture; much less storage due to compression  Scalable, high performance: up to 30TB using single server, very fast data load, superior query performance, industry-leading compression, query and load performance remain constant as DB size grows  Very fast time-to-market: fast implementation, no software configuration, no new schema, new queries without any effort, use the BI tools you already have  Community and Enterprise editions to suit your needs 11
  • 12. Significantly Lower TCO  Hardware footprint 20 to 50 times smaller  Fewer DBA resources required  40 – 60% reduction in one-time build  Up to 90% reduction in ongoing support  Support for existing infrastructure  Load and Go  Improved SLAs – immediate response vs weeks or months ETL and Physical Software Hardware Tuning Data Changes Modeling 9
  • 13. Infobright Community Edition ∗ A column-oriented database ideal for analytics ∗ A self-managing Knowledge Grid architecture which eliminates the need for indexes, data partitioning, specific schemas and manual tuning ∗ Superior query performance ∗ Industry-leading data compression (10:1 average, up to 40:1) that results in a significant reduction in the size of the database and amount of storage needed ∗ Runs on industry standard Intel and AMD servers ∗ Single server can support up to 30TB of data ∗ Open source software: GPL V2 License ∗ Technical assistance, documentation and training services available separately 13
  • 14. Infobright Enterprise Edition Infobright Community Edition product features plus: ∗ DML support (Insert, Update, Delete) ∗ Support for temp tables ∗ Fastest data loading: up to 280GB per hour with up to 4 tables concurrently ∗ Multi-threaded Infobright loader supports text and binary files ∗ Support for MySQL loader ∗ Three Enterprise Subscription programs to suit your needs (include product license, maintenance and support, training discounts and other benefits) ∗ Product warranty and indemnification ∗ High availability configuration certification ∗ Proactive notification of new releases 14
  • 15. Get Started • Learn more at infobright.org • Join the forums • Sign up for a webinar • Download a white paper • Download ICE • Get a free trial of Infobright Enterprise Contact Us  Email: fraser.dickie@infobright.com  Phone: 416.596.2483 x259  Web: www.infobright.com www.infobright.org 11