Infobright is a high performance, self-tuning analytic database designed for both enterprises and software providers that delivers fast query performance against large volumes of data with minimal IT effort. It combines a columnar database with its Knowledge Grid architecture that eliminates the need for indexes, data partitioning or other DBA effort. Infobright has both an open source version (ICE – Infobright Community Edition) and a commercial edition (IEE – Infobright Enterprise Edition) of the technology.
This session will cover the details of Infobright’s technology, how to migrate from traditional row-based products, and will also include case studies.
One case study will focus on a SaaS provider who is the leading mobile analytics company, who saw query response time reduced from many minutes to just seconds. The other case study is about a large energy company who experienced data compression of 98% and implemented a data mart in weeks.
Join our community and download ICE at www.infobright.org.
David Lutz is Infobright’s Director of Sales Engineering. David has 15 years of experience in data warehousing and business intelligence as a consumer, consultant and vendor representative of software products for this market.
David filled many roles in those years, including DBA, Data Warehouse Administrator and Data Warehouse Designer at organizations such as The Kroger Company and LensCrafters. As a member of the data warehouse software industry, David has served as a Data Warehouse Project Manager, Product Manager, Business Intelligence (BI) Integration Architect and at various levels of responsibility in the Sales/Systems Engineering organizations of Informix, Net Perceptions, Crystal Decisions, Business Objects, Pervasive Software/Data Junction, Composite Software and Greenplum Software.
David’s experience spans all aspects of business intelligence – data modeling and administration, ETL/ELT and custom integration, data warehousing, data marting, data mining, operational/analytical BI, and heterogeneous data federation with such tools as Informix ODS/XPS, Illustra (PostgreSQL), Metacube, RedBrick, KD1, Microstrategy, Crystal Decisions suite of BI products, Business Objects BI and EIM tools – Acta/Data Integrator and FirstLogic, BIRT, Pentaho, JasperSoft, Cognos8, Composite Server, and various databases including open source databases like MySQL.
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