Announcing Swarm64 DA 4.0
Today, I am happy to announce the release of Swarm64 DA 4.0, database acceleration extensions for Postgres. Highlights include 3x more query acceleration and now you can use Swarm64 DA with–or without–FPGA.
Backup and restore data in PostgreSQL foreign tables using pg_dump
A recent Swarm64 contribution to PostgreSQL 13 that enables pg_dump to more fully support the backup and restoration of foreign tables.
Provision Postgres on an FPGA-accelerated AWS F1 instance in 5 minutes
Want to lower data platform costs for analytic or query-intensive projects? Consider free, open source Postgres on an FPGA-accelerated AWS F1 instance for great price-performance. Here’s how to do it…
3 hardware acceleration options Postgres users should know in 2020
The three hardware acceleration options that we believe will have the most immediate impact on Postgres users in 2020. FPGA, Intel Optane, Samsung SmartSSD.
Swarm64 raises fresh capital to accelerate growth from FPGA inventor Xilinx
Xilinx, Inc. has invested in Swarm64 and will work together to deliver high-performance analytic databases to market.
Scaling inside with Swarm64 and Intel FPGA at Strata NYC
Swarm64 is at Strata NYC this week! Come see our reference architecture for real-time market analytics at scale. Swarm64, Postgres, FPGA
Scaling an elastic PostgreSQL cluster using foreign data wrappers
How to set up an elastic cluster with parallel query execution using freely available open-source components from the PostgreSQL ecosystem.
Swarm64 introduces hardware accelerator for PostgreSQL on Xilinx Alveo Accelerator Cards
Swarm64 announces the availability of Swarm64 DA for PostgreSQL on Xilinx Alveo Accelerator Cards.
HPC Wire: Why field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are the versatile accelerator
HPC Wire article describes the versatility of field programmable gate arrays versus GPUs and CPUs
451 Research take on Swarm64 database acceleration stack
Over the last year, Swarm64 has been rolling out FPGA-accelerated databases to customers, and we are aiming for bigger roll-outs this year.