Building a Modern Data Warehouse on FPGA-accelerated Postgres

Save your company millions with open-source data warehousing.

Have an old data warehouse running on Netezza, Teradata, or Oracle?

Tuesday, February 25 – 1PM eastern time

If you’re a data architect who’d like to replace those aging systems with a free, open source database, then come learn about building a data warehouse with Postgres on FPGA-equipped commodity hardware–on premises or in the cloud.

FPGA-accelerated Postgres has been shown to deliver performance that’s comparable to Netezza, but at a small fraction of the cost.

Agenda:

  • Postgres for data warehousing, really?

  • The new data warehouse reference architecture

  • FPGA acceleration for Postgres – like adding 100 extra cores inside your server

  • Shortening data loading windows via dynamic FPGA reconfiguration

  • Scale inside with FPGA before you scale out – smaller, elastic clusters cut cost & downtime

  • Multiple FPGAs per server programmed to handle different query types–standard SQL, text search, GIS, etc.

  • Performance benchmark data

  • How to get started

Sign up for the February 25th event

Every registrant is entitled to a 50% discount off a Swarm64 Lab License!