Informatica sets world record in data integration performance.
Deployed on an HP Integrity Superdome server using the HP-UX 1li v2 operating system, PowerCenter 8 Advanced Edition delivered throughput increases of over two times its precursor, PowerCenter 7. This marks the fourth time in a row that a major new PowerCenter release has doubled its performance advance over its immediate predecessor in an HP test environment, and underscores the capacity of PowerCenter to handle dynamic growth and change in volume, variety and velocity of business data.
As in previous Informatica and HP benchmark tests, the PowerCenter 8 benchmark included loading one-terabyte data sets while performing complex transformations. PowerCenter 8 running across 64 CPUs loaded 1TB into Oracle in just 45 minutes, compared to 95 minutes for PowerCenter 7. Additional tests that targeted flat files took just 32 minutes, a new world record based on published benchmarks.
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|Date:||Sep 1, 2006|
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