Introducing the next
generation in data
w arehousing
HP Neoviewenterprise
data warehousing platform
M Low Hon Chau
 r.    ...
Discussion topics
                   •   Industry trends and market dynam ics
                        − The need for bette...
BI & Data Warehouse –Vietnam
Context
                         •
                         Large Country, Population
       ...
Traditional data warehouse approach
                   Physical            Index
    Analyze                   Load       ...
Howdo w use the data/Inform
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W Happens W
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Market dynamics
• BI     is becom m strategic to the business
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     − 2007 Gartner survey of CIOs ...
A newapproach
to data
w arehousing
Em  powering decision-making and action
taking




8   July 1, 2009
Business intelligence is evolving to
becom an integral part of business
       e
operations
•   Strategic                 ...
Business technology portfolio
Technology for better business outcomes

                                                   ...
The HP Neoview
platform answ the             ers
call
Designed for the next generation




11   July 1, 2009
W is the Neoviewplatform
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• An integrated hardw and softw platform for EDW designed to
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HP Neoviewplatform
The next-generation enterprise data warehouse

                                                Simplici...
Industry-standard components offer
     better value
 BI client




                             Gigabit Ethernet




    ...
The Neoviewarchitecture is enhanced
     for decision support
                             •   Shared-nothing MPP
        ...
Neoviewplatform is designed to meet
next-generation needs
                Architectural feature                        Key...
“ tests processing tens of terabytes
In
 of data in parallel across as m      any as
 256 processors, the HP Neoview
 plat...
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  1. 1. Introducing the next generation in data w arehousing HP Neoviewenterprise data warehousing platform M Low Hon Chau r. , Regional S. Director, FSI (SE. Asia) Hew Packard lett Banking 2007 – Vie tnam (May 30 – June 1, 2007) © 2007 Hew lett-Packard Developm Com ent pany, L.P. The inform 1, 2009 1 Julyation contained herein is subject to change without notice
  2. 2. Discussion topics • Industry trends and market dynam ics − The need for better business outcomes − Relevance to Banking in Vietnam • A newapproach to data w arehousing − Em pow ering decision-making − and action taking • The HP Neoviewplatform − Designed for the next generation in data warehousing • Questions & Answers 2 July 1, 2009
  3. 3. BI & Data Warehouse –Vietnam Context • Large Country, Population • Cash-Based, now • Future –Internet Banking • Credit Cards, Cash Less, Int’ l • Lots of Data Generated • Account Data, Transaction Data • Financial Data • Demographic Data • Psychographics Data • Consum Data & Business er Data What are the Banks g o ing to do with all the s e Data ? Pho to c re dit: USAID 3 July 1, 2009
  4. 4. Traditional data warehouse approach Physical Index Analyze Load Query Ongoing database and data data data tuning design aggregate • Performance is dependent on getting a good physical design • Tim to m e arket w newdata is lim ith ited by skills and resources • Query perform ance is poor when queries don’ t take advantage of the design (no index scans) 4 July 1, 2009
  5. 5. Howdo w use the data/Inform e ation ? Healthcare Retail Com unication m Banking s m edia and s e rvic e s entertainment • Ris k manag e me nt • Patient outcomes • Wallet share • Digital content • Bas e l II c o mplianc e • Case correlation • Real-time integration • Cus to me r pro fitability • Single view decision-making • Custom er • Supply chain retention • Cus to me r S atis fac tio n • Regulations for patient records optimization • Fraud • Be at Co mpe titio n (HIPAA) • Billing records and call logs Broad governm regulations: (Country Specific) ent 5 July 1, 2009
  6. 6. W Happens W hat hen the Situation Becom Com es plex? Treasury Retail Banking Corp. Banking Trade Finance Asset Management Internet Banking Credit Card Bank HR M t Reporting gm SBV Reporting And? And? Pho to c re dit: USAID And? And? 6 July 1, 2009
  7. 7. Market dynamics • BI is becom m strategic to the business ing ore − 2007 Gartner survey of CIOs ranked BI applications as #1 priority for second year running (Business Intelligence Market Dynam ics, M arch 2007) • Information capacity continues to grow − According to IDC, total storage capacity is expected to growat a CAGR of 67% betw een nowand 2010, from roughly 6,000 petabytes today to m ore than 27,000 petabytes in 2010 (“ W IDC orldw IT Spending 2006– ide 2010 Forecast: The Worldw Black Book, Version 1,” ide 2006) “Integrating non-m ission-critical data warehouses w m ith ission-critical system creates an unm s anaged point of failure” Tim to GrowUp: (“ e The M odern, M ission-Critical Data Warehouse,” Gartner, March 2007) 7 July 1, 2009
  8. 8. A newapproach to data w arehousing Em powering decision-making and action taking 8 July 1, 2009
  9. 9. Business intelligence is evolving to becom an integral part of business e operations • Strategic • Operational • Reporting • Autom ating action • Standalone • M ission-critical com ponent • Weekly batch updates • Continuous online updates • Sim ETL ple • Sophisticated data integration • Single-function departm ental • EDW supporting “ single version of data m arts the truth” m for ultiple applications • Fewusers doing strategic • Thousands of users perform ing analysis m any types of tasks • Data volum < 1 TB e • Data volum at m than 100 TB es ore • Response tim and e • Near-real-tim response and 24x7 e availability not critical online everything • Sum arized data m • Detail plus years of history 9 July 1, 2009
  10. 10. Business technology portfolio Technology for better business outcomes Provide good inform ation to Business Information Optimization produce better business decisions Business Technology Optimization Low risk to the enterprise er w better control of the ith infrastructure Adaptive infrastructure Reduce the cost of IT while Servers and Services Software delivering m to the ore storage business 10 July 1, 2009
  11. 11. The HP Neoview platform answ the ers call Designed for the next generation 11 July 1, 2009
  12. 12. W is the Neoviewplatform hat ? • An integrated hardw and softw platform for EDW designed to are are support terabytes of data and up to 256 processors • A com plete, preconfigured solution that can be rapidly deployed, easily m anaged, and is com patible w existing BI applications and system ith s • Built from redeployable standards-based hardw are com ponents ETL tools Query tools Standard Load/unload Integrated interface software hardw are softw are OS IBM W ebSphere Information Integration DBM S Managem console ent 12 July 1, 2009
  13. 13. HP Neoviewplatform The next-generation enterprise data warehouse Simplicity and lower Enterprise-class TCO + capabilities ● Com odity platform m ● High-perform ance, ● Prebalanced, m assively parallel preconfigured, and database pretested ● Handles com plex queries ● Easy to incorporate into and m ultiple users existing environm ents ● Readily scales to 100s ● Rem otely m onitored and of processors m anaged by HP ● Built-in fault tolerance ● Reduced operating and adm inistration overhead Data warehouse platform Surrounded by world-class HP services 13 July 1, 2009
  14. 14. Industry-standard components offer better value BI client Gigabit Ethernet …. ETL clients …. Sw itch fabric HP HP Integrity HP ServerNet StorageW orks servers technology Fibre Channel disks 14 July 1, 2009
  15. 15. The Neoviewarchitecture is enhanced for decision support • Shared-nothing MPP ● Each processor is a unit of parallel work BI client ● Transparent softw virtualization are • Database virtualization ● Data is transparently hashed across all disks ● Balances I/O activity and processor utilization • Parallel query execution ● Queries are divided into subtasks and executed in parallel with results stream through m ory ed em ● Execution is pushed dow to low softw level n est are Fault tolerant ETL clients • ● Platform is available 24x7 in spite of any single point of hardw or softw failure are are ● Leverages 30 years of HP NonStop engineering • Extrem processing pow e er ● 1 Intel® Itanium 2 processor to tw pairs of RAID 1 drives ® o 15 July 1, 2009
  16. 16. Neoviewplatform is designed to meet next-generation needs Architectural feature Key custom benefit er M assively parallel processing across hundreds Consistent high performance in mixed workloads of processors Shared-nothing architecture Linear scalability without bottlenecks or limits Advanced parallel query optimizer Fast processing of complex queries Built-in fault tolerance Superior availability without extra cost or managem overhead ent Rem m ote anagem and m ent onitoring from HP Simplified administration and reduced risk Industry-standard components Investm protection and easier data center ent integration High ratio of processing pow to storage er Reduced need for indexes and sum ary tables m Com pletely integrated hardware, software, Faster tim to benefit e and services 16 July 1, 2009
  17. 17. “ tests processing tens of terabytes In of data in parallel across as m any as 256 processors, the HP Neoview platform delivers im pressive perform ance at a surprisingly attractive price… .” Richard Winter President, WinterCorp 17 July 1, 2009

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