EXASOL is a high-performance, in-memory, MPP database specifically designed for in-memory analytics. From business-critical data applications to advanced analytics, the database helps you to analyze large volumes of data in real-time, helping you to accelerate your BI and reporting, and to turn data into value.
The analytic database achieves lighting fast performance with linear scalability by combining in-memory technology, columnar compression and storage, and massively parallel processing. Not only is EXASOL the world’s fastest database according to TPC-H Benchmarks, its standard SQL interfaces also means avoiding the trap of NoSQL skilling shortages and easy compatibility with pre-existing applications and data structures. EXASOL is ideally suited for real-time big data reporting, analysis, and advanced analytics.
Optional modules are available for on-the-fly calculation of data integration and Hadoop integration via MapReduce processing. In addition to perpetual use on-premise software licensing, EXASOL may be purchased and deployed in the Cloud or as a pre-configured software and hardware appliance.
We make it as easy as possible for you to plug EXASOL into your existing Business Intelligence, reporting, visualization and analytic applications. We provide all the major integration technologies such as ODBC, JDBC connectors and leave it to you to decide on the best way to put EXASOL to work.
There are three great reasons why EXASOL is the fastest database. They are:
- In-memory analytics
Innovative in-memory algorithms enable large amounts of data to be processed in main memory for dramatically faster access times.
- Massively Parallel Processing (MPP)
The database was developed as a parallel system based on a shared nothing architecture. Queries are distributed across all nodes in a cluster using optimized, parallel algorithms that process data locally in each node’s main memory.
- Compression and columnar storage
Columnar storage and compression reduces the number of I/O operations and amount of data needed for processing in main memory and accelerates performance.