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In-Memory Computing Solutions for Ministry of Defense

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Altibase helped fortify KIDA(Korea Institute fore Defense Analyses)'s mission-critical responsibilities thus saving lives. With 1,500 simultaneous connected sessions, efficiency is maximized, utilizing 25% less CPU usage.

ALTIBASE® HDB™ is the only Hybrid DBMS in the industry that combines an in-memory DBMS with an on-disk DBMS, with a single uniform interface, enabling real-time access to large volumes of data, while simplifying and revolutionizing data processing.

Altibase is provider of In-Memory data solutions for real-time access, analysis and distribution of high volumes of data in mission-critical environments.

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In-Memory Computing Solutions for Ministry of Defense

  1. 1. CASE STUDY FOR MINISTRY OF DEFENSE Case Study: Korea Institute for Defense Analyses (KIDA) Munitions Information System SPEEDIT
  2. 2. CASE STUDY FOR MINISTRY OF DEFENSE AGENDA ■ Overview ■ Problems ■ Solutions ■ Results In-Memory Database Solution
  3. 3. + Overview Altibase Korea Institute for Defense Altibase is provider of In-Memory Analyses (KIDA)1 Munitions data solutions for real-time access, analysis and distribution of high Information System volumes of data in mission-critical KIDA manages information systems environments. for South Korea’s Ministry of National Defense . Responsible for all munitions inventory and related military capabilities, South Korea’s Armed Forces relies on KIDA to be fail-safe. Summary Altibase helped fortify KIDA’s mission-critical responsibilities thus saving lives. With 1,500 simultaneous connected sessions, efficiency is maximized, utilizing 25% less CPU usage.1) The Ministry of National Defense is responsible for SouthKorea’s military and is part of the South Korean government. In-Memory Database Solution
  4. 4. + Problems Built on an Oracle DBMS base, KIDA’s client-server system did not meet its needs. Three crucial elements could not be reconciled:  Inadequate Performance: Information on munitions inventories was neither current nor accurate. The resulting communication between soldiers dispatched erroneous facts.  High TCO (Total Cost of Ownership): The total cost of operating and maintaining the existing system was unmanageable.  Incompetent Technical Support: KIDA technicians were stonewalled by Oracle’s technical support. Notwithstanding deployment issues and unfulfilled assurances, KIDA could not elicit straight answers to ongoing, systemic issues. In-Memory Database Solution
  5. 5. + Solution  KIDA chose to replace their client-server system with a Java based web application coupled with ALTIBASE HDB in-memory DBMS. Data was duplicated on separate servers using Altibase’s active-standby replication, thwarting the potential of downtime1. KIDA decided on ALTIBASE HDB over Oracle TimesTen for three primary reasons: ALTIBASE HDB benchmark test results grossly outperformed Oracle TimesTen2.  Altibase’s best in class technical support.  Significantly lower TCO.1) ALTIBASE HDB resides on two identical HP superdome servers runningHP-UX OS. Each server had 58 * 1.6GHz cores, 128GB RAM, and 3TBdisk space.2) ALTIBASE HDB with its server configuration is capable of effortlesslyloading 5 years of KIDA’s entire data into memory. As a result, KIDA canprocess virtually everything it needs in memory. Seldom needing to readfrom or write to disk, the outcome is incomparable performance. In-Memory Database Solution
  6. 6. + Results  Superior speed, reliability and stability fortify KIDA’s mission- critical responsibilities. With 1,500 simultaneously connected sessions, efficiency is maximized, utilizing 25% less CPU usage.  South Korea’s Armed Forces are equipped with accurate, munitions information and can properly defend their country.  KIDA leverages Altibase’s technical support staff, gaining from their rapid response time and effectual information exchange.  South Korea’s Ministry of National Defense can effectively reallocate capital as KIDA’s TCO is a fraction of competition. In-Memory Database Solution
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