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ParAccel is a venture-backed startup focused on the data warehousing and business intelligence market. The company s chief technology officer, Barry Zane, previously served as chief technology officer at Netezza, a very successful vendor of database appliances for data warehousing. Unlike Netezza, ParAccel is taking a software-only approach, applying its massively parallel processing (MPP) architecture to clusters of off-the-shelf, highperformance, low-cost servers. The company argues that the relentless price/performance improvement of standard CPUs (as they obey Moore s law and ride volume manufacturing cost declines) outweighs any temporary performance advantages from custom queryprocessing hardware. ParAccel s VP of engineering, Bruce Scott, also has enjoyed a prominent career in the database field over several decades, beginning as one of the four cofounders of Oracle Corporation, where he was the architect of the first several versions of the Oracle database. ParAccel stresses a combination of architectural approaches as the key to delivering massive data warehousing scalability. Storing the database in a column-oriented (rather than row-oriented) sequence minimizes the amount of data that must be scanned to calculate averages, totals, and statistical functions. Compression further minimizes the amount of data that must be transferred from disk. Parallel operation with a shared-nothing architecture spreads the data across processing units and allows business intelligence queries to be spread out and to perform parallel rather than serial scanning of data. Finally, support for in-memory operation allows very high performance for smaller datasets.
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PostgreSQL is one of the most popular open source SQL database implementations and has served as the foundation of several commercial products over the years. The original Postgres implementation was done at the University of California at Berkeley and was conceived as a successor to the earlier Berkeley Ingres project. One of the major goals was to support a broader variety of data types and relationships. The Berkeley project produced a series of releases in the early 1990s, which were distributed under the liberal BSD (Berkeley Software Distribution) open source license. SQL support was added in the mid-1990s, and the Postgres name was changed to PostgreSQL to reflect the new standards compliance. Postgres development soon moved outside of Berkeley to an open source PostgreSQL community, which remains active today. One of the earliest commercializations of PostgreSQL was at Illustra Information Technologies, an object-relational database pioneer founded by two Berkeley alumni. Illustra was acquired by Informix, one of the earliest RDBMS vendors in 1997, and its features were integrated into the mainstream Informix product. PostgreSQL was also picked up by Sun Microsystems and began shipping as part of its Solaris operating system distribution. More recently, EnterpriseDB was founded to commercialize, extend, and support PostgreSQL for transaction processing applications. Greenplum similarly extends PostgreSQL for data warehousing applications, as does Truviso for streaming database management. The PostgreSQL code base remains a popular foundation for database management in a variety of systems and applications.
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Streambase is a startup company founded by Michael Stonebreaker, the former Berkeley professor who was also the technology founder of relational database pioneer Ingres and
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object-relational pioneer Illustra. As the name implies, Streambase is focused on applying SQL-based data management to very large streams of data, usually data flowing over a computer network. The applications addressed by stream databases are sometimes called Complex Event Processing (CEP), because the individual pieces of data streaming across the network are often related to real-world events, such as providing a stock quote or clicking a button on a web page. CEP applications usually filter, correlate, and aggregate data from these events to produce analysis and calculations in real time. Like most startups in this segment, Streambase focuses on specific vertical markets where Complex Event Processing is important. Target applications in the financial services industry include real-time risk management, aggregation, and analysis of market data (quotes and transactions), and trade order processing. Complex Event Processing is also very important in government intelligence applications, where huge volumes of network information must be analyzed as they are transmitted to detect patterns and irregularities.
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