Ease of use/Productivity Informix is well-known for its minimal complexity and lower computing costs strengthened by latest enhancements: Administration is more graphical than ever, with new heat maps and a single screen to manage all Informix servers as part of the out-of-the-box experience. Further, you can now monitor all your Informix environments from your smart device. The new storage manager is much faster and easier to use – needing only 2 start-up steps compared to the prior 40 steps. Compression is not just for tables anymore – now it’s extended to indexes and blobs not only saving significant storage space, but also improving performance. One major partner reported throughput improvements of 30% (during early validation testing). Cloud (and Enterprise Replication) Again, Informix is well-known for its high-availability, and it remains the only database that can be utilized and provisioned on heterogeneous, commodity hardware, different O/S, and different database versions. That is ideal for cloud deployments! This is further strengthened by new “query sharding”, enabling much faster and easier execution of queries over distributed nodes. Warehouse Acceleration There are powerful new capabilities for data warehousing as well. Informix was a trail-blazer with the introduction of in-memory acceleration of complex queries, and now brings the new “trickle feed” capability that automatically updates any changed data from the Informix Warehouse into Informix Warehouse accelerator. This is speed-of-thought analysis of real-time data! Smart Meter and Sensor Data solutions (upcoming slides speak to this quite a bit) Embedded Data Management All of the ease of use features, along with a small footprint, make Informix ideal for embedded data management. A long-time IBM Business Partner, Pronto Software, is a great example (segues to next slide).
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What’s New in IBM Informix 12.1Jerry Keesee, Director InformixDevelopment
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5IBM ConfidentialInformix 12.1 Strengthens Informix Key DifferentiatorsWarehouse Acceleration• Operational analytics & in-memory query accelerationCloud• Heterogeneous H/A clusters; On-demand scalability; Replication;Hypervisor Edition and Pattern for PureSystemsEase of Use and Productivity• Graphical, mobile administration; Comprehensive compression;Genero for accelerated application developmentSmart meter and sensor data solutions• Time series data management and analytics accelerationEmbedded data management• Embeddability, SQL / OLAP Compatibility; Autonomics
AgendaWhy So Powerful – Sensor DataKevin Brown, Chief ArchitectWhy So Simple- Ease of Use and AdminJohn Miller, Release ArchitectAnalytics/IWA/Trickle Feed/OAT and TS IntegrationKeshava Murthy, Lead Architect SQLThe Power of the GridMadison Pruet, Lead Architect AvailabilityQuestions/Wrap up
Why So Powerful – Sensor DataKevin Brown, Chief Architect
Informix Strategic Fit in IBM Big Data LandscapeInfoSphere BigInsightsHadoop-based low latencyanalytics for variety andvolumeIBM Netezza HighCapacity ApplianceQueryable ArchiveStructured DataIBM Netezza 1000BI+Ad HocAnalytics on Structured DataIBM Smart AnalyticsSystemOperational Analytics onStructured DataIBM InfoSphereWarehouseLarge volume structureddata analyticsInfoSphere StreamsLow Latency Analytics forstreaming dataStructured DatabaseStream ComputingInformationIntegrationHadoopInfoSphere InformationServerHigh volume data integrationand transformationIBM InformixTimeSeries AccelerationOperational Analytics
Traditional Time Series Storage VS Informix TimeSeriesStorageTraditional Table ApproachInformix Time Series Approach
• Highlights– Acceleration of Time Series Analytics with IWA– Significant performance improvements using virtual table views– Automatically maintain a rolling window of TimeSeries data– GUI for developing TimeSeries loader and applicationsSensor Data ThemeBig Data and the Adoption of TimeSeries
• Highlights– Reducing logging for faster data upload– Replicate TimeSeries data (ER support added)– Lock time series containers for writing– Infosphere Streams support for Informix and TimeSeries– Load data into TimeSeries directly from another database (Informixor other)Sensor Data ThemeBig Data and the Adoption of TimeSeries
TimeSeries Related Presentations• Tuesday 8:15 in Sierra 5– A07. InfoSphere Streams and Informix - Jacques Roy• Tuesday 2:15 in Sierra 5– C11. How IBM Informix is Playing a Critical Role in IBM Research – Uli Finkler, ChenWang, Kevin Brown• Wednesday 9:45 in Sierra 6– B14. Informix 12.1 speeds up queries on TimeSeries data with IBM InformixWarehouse Accelerator - - - Frederick Ho, Kevin Brown• Wednesday 1:05 in Cabrillo Salon 1– C16. Whats new in IBM Informix TimeSeries in 12.1 - Jacques RoyStay tuned for future YouTube, Webcasts, and other promotional material!
Why So Simple- Ease of Use andAdminJohn Miller - Release Architect
Why So Simple?• Ease of Use and Administration– Automatic and Enhance Compression Story– Increased SQL Compatibility• Ease of Administration– OpenAdmin Tool for Informix• Core Tools improvements• New Mobile Solution– Increased limits– Enhanced online configuration
Analytics/IWA/Trickle Feed/OATand TS IntegrationKeshava Murthy - Lead Architect, SQL
Informix Warehousing Moving Forward Goal is to provide Informix Customers with acomprehensive warehousing platform that is highlycompetitive in the marketplace Incorporating the best features of XPS and Red Brickinto Informix for OLTP/Warehousing and Mixed-Workload Using the latest Informix technology in: Continuous Availability and Flexible Grid Data Warehouse Accelerator using latest industrytechnology Integration of IBM’s BI software stack
20IWA 1stReleaseOn SMPSMB: IGWEScale out: IWAon BladeServerWorkload Analysis ToolMore LocalesData CurrencyIWA: RoadmapPartition RefreshMACH11 supportSolaris on IntelAutomatic data refreshUnion queriesDerived tablesOAT IntegrationSQL/OLAP for IWATimeseries Acceleration11.7xC211.7xC512.1xC111.7xC311.7xC42012 IIUG2013 IIUGTS Data Refreshimprovements;Quicker to analysi12.10.xC2
Simplified usage• Better performancewithout schema changesor explicit query rewrite.• Easier to use• Simplified query forbusiness reporting – OLAPwindow functionsSimply Powerful Storage Options• Improved storagemanagement– Index Compression– Rolling Window Table– Temp table allocationPowerful Analysis• FASTRRRR Query processing• Accelerating timeseries analytics• Richer SQL support for IWASimplified usage• Easier deployment & monitoring• Data sychronization• High availability support
Informix SQL featuresIDS SQL features• Better Cognos & BI Performance• OLAP window functions• Hash join improvements• -- Costing• -- ANSI join support• Query Rewrite +++• NULLS FIRST/LAST• Multiple aggregates w/ Distincts• Update statistics LOW with Sampling• Null Friendly hash joinsIDS Kernel/storage features• Index Compression• Rolling Window Table• Temp table allocationIWA features – Query• OLAP window support• Timeseries Acceleration• Multiple aggregates, NULLSFIRST/LAST• Supports UNION, UNION ALL• Derived table supportIWA features – Infrastructure• OAT Support for IWA– Data mart operations– Workload analysis– Monitoring• Automatic partition refresh• Trickle feed• Performance work with Intel• MACH11 support for IWA• Simplified stored procedures foradministration
•19 technical sessions on 12.1 warehouse releatedfeatures•https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/Keshav/resource/IIUG2013-1•Informix-Congos-IWA demo (ongoing)•Informix & IWA adiminstration from OAT•Tuesday 1PM to 6PM @ Santa Fe 4•IWA Bootcamp•Thursday FREE
ApplicationsBI ToolsStep 1. Submit SQLDB protocol: SQLI or DRDANetwork : TCP/IP,SHMInformix2. Query matching andredirection technologyStep 3offload SQL.DRDA over TCP/IPStep 4Results:DRDA over TCP/IPLocalExecutionCoordinatorCompresseddataIn memoryWorkerMemoryimage on diskCompresseddataIn memoryWorkerMemoryimage on diskCompresseddataIn memoryWorkerMemoryimage on diskCompresseddataIn memoryWorkerMemoryimage on diskStep 6. Return results/describe/errorDatabase protocol: SQLI or DRDANetwork : TCP/IP, SHMQuery Flow5. Feed results toOLAP iterators if itexists
Informix PublicationsBulletin of the Technical Committee on Data Engineering: March 2012 Vol.35 No. 1Real Time Business Intelligence. September 2, 2011 - Seattle, United StatesIBM Data management Magazine: Superchargingthedata wharehouse while keeping the costs down.2012 Bloor Report: IBM Informix in hybrid workloadenvironments2012 Ovum Analyst report: Informix Accelerates Analytic Integrationinto OLTPDBTA Article: Empowering Business Analysts with Faster Insightshttp://youtu.be/xJd8M-fbMI0
The Power of the GridMadison Pruet - Lead ArchitectAvailability
Key Replication Functionality• Shard Query– Allows an entire grid ofservers to be treated asa single data source• Timeseries Support withEnterprise Replication
For Additional Information• Monday 1:05 – 5:45“Explore New Features in Grid and HighAvailability” - Lab, Santa Fe 4• Wednesday 9:45 – 10:45“D14:Replication in 12.10 – The Flexible Grid”• Wednesday 10:55-11:55“D15:Replication in 12.10 – Clusters”
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