With this level of acceleration, Objectivity/DB can extract more value from the customers' data and enable mission-critical systems with significantly lower and more predictable performance.
Sunnyvale, Calif. (PRWEB) May 14, 2008
Violin Memory and Objectivity, Inc. have released a joint white paper detailing the dramatic results of a benchmark that generated a four-fold increase in data writing and a nearly eighty-fold acceleration in data reading when using Objectivity/DB with the Violin 1010 Memory Appliance versus a local SATA disk.
The Violin 1010 is the industry's first Memory Appliance that supports both scalable memory (DRAM) and high performance storage (Flash). Objectivity/DB is a high performance database management system that uses a powerful, distributed processing architecture to manage object databases.
For the benchmark, Objectivity/DB was configured as a standalone application running in a multi-core, multi-CPU server and accessing its local disk system and the Violin 1010. Two software suites were used:
- NetElem - which is modeled on a telecom Network Element Management System
- IngestProto - which is a simplified high data ingest rate data fusion application.
Results for both software suites show unparalleled performance and scalability increases when using the two technologies in tandem.
"The combination of the Violin 1010 and Objectivity/DB dramatically changes the price-performance possibilities for high throughput computing environments," said Leon Guzenda, Objectivity's chief technology officer. "Three years ago we built a system that ingested and processed over a Terabyte per hour. The partnership with Violin Memory is a significant milestone in our quest to help our customers configure affordable, reliable systems that can handle a Petabyte per day."
The benchmark has positive implications for applications that manipulate or query large amounts of complex data, particularly if they require rapid response-times or real-time data analysis. By implementing a combination of the two technologies, companies can realize significant performance improvements and cost reductions for their applications.
"The benchmark showed that specific tasks within Objectivity/DB could be accelerated by 75 times using the Violin 1010 memory appliance," said Donpaul Stephens, Violin's founder and president. "With this level of acceleration, Objectivity/DB can extract more value from the customers' data and enable mission-critical systems with significantly lower and more predictable performance."
A note on Objectivity/DB
Objectivity/DB has a fully scalable, distributed processing architecture that manages localized, centralized or distributed object databases by synthesizing large, complicated streams of data into a single logical view.
About Violin Memory, Inc.
Violin Memory, Inc. provides the world's fastest and most scalable memory appliances. Violin dramatically accelerates large dataset applications that demand very high IOPS or low latency. With support for DRAM and Flash, Violin's Tier-Ø memory appliances provide significant power and space savings and extreme data reliability. Founded in 2005, Violin Memory is headquartered in Iselin, New Jersey. For more information on Violin Memory products, visit http://www.violin-memory.com or call 1 888 9VIOLIN (1 888 984-6546).
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About Objectivity, Inc.
Objectivity, Inc. is the leading provider of distributed, real-time, SOA-enabled database management solutions for mission-critical applications. The company's flagship product, Objectivity/DB, is used by government, security, complex manufacturing, commercial services, science, and engineering organizations to increase speed, precision and productivity. Objectivity remains on the cutting edge of innovation by working directly with clients to build customized programs, find solutions to complicated challenges and seamlessly integrate technology across multiple platforms and languages.
Objectivity, Inc. is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, USA. Please contact us by visiting Objectivity.com or calling (408) 992-7100. A 60-day free trial of Objectivity/DB is available on the website, and Objectivity also provides free web-based Object Database Training Courses.
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