Put our unrivalled analytics performance to the test

Our analytics database is consistently ranked 1st for performance and price-performance by the TPC-H benchmark. 

What’s a TPC-H benchmark – and does it matter for your database?

The TPC is a non-profit corporation founded to define transaction processing and database benchmarks and to help give objective, verifiable TPC performance data to the industry. By running the same unbiased scripts you can compare database vendor– and you can often see how well the same database runs on different hardware. Over the years, there have been over 220 recorded TPC-H benchmarks. Many database vendors have posted results on a vast range of hardware and at various scale factors up to 100TB.

11 years of being undisputed leaders for price and performance

For the past 11 years our analytics database has maintained its TPC-H benchmark position as the undisputed leader – by a significant margin – for both raw performance and price-performance.

The latest benchmark (2019) was completed on two categories, 3 Terabytes (TB) and 10 TB. The price per performance results are $0.07 for 3TB and $0.10 for 10TB, which are a significant reduction from the 2014 benchmark which scored at $0.15 and $0.17 respectively.

These results demonstrate our speed, scalability and cost/performance which have consistently dominated the TPC-H benchmarks since 2008.

The latest results were achieved with Exasol 6.2 running on a Dell PowerEdge R6415 cluster with the AMD EPYC™ 7551P processor.

11 years of being undisputed leaders for price and performance

For the past 11 years our analytics database has maintained its TPC-H benchmark position as the undisputed leader – by a significant margin – for both raw performance and price-performance.

The latest benchmark (2019) was completed on two categories, 3 Terabytes (TB) and 10 TB. The price per performance results are $0.07 for 3TB and $0.10 for 10TB, which are a significant reduction from the 2014 benchmark which scored at $0.15 and $0.17 respectively.

These results demonstrate our speed, scalability and cost/performance which have consistently dominated the TPC-H benchmarks since 2008.

The latest results were achieved with Exasol 6.2 running on a Dell PowerEdge R6415 cluster with the AMD EPYC™ 7551P processor.

Top ten things you need to know about TPC-H

You can find detailed TPC-H results on the Transaction Processing Performance Council website. And we’ve also put together a blog to give an overview of the top ten things you need to know about the benchmarks.

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