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At the TDWI Conference, being held February 17-22 in Las Vegas, SAP announced availability of SAP Sybase IQ 16 – the next generation of analytics server specifically designed for exceptional performance for all your Data Warehousing, Information Management and Business Intelligence needs.

Famously known for it’s ability to provide an uncompromised performance and query speed using data compression, column data storage, patented and unique indexes and query optimization, MPP architecture also reliability, stability and agility SAP Sybase IQ is prepared for the next generation of Business Analytics challenges. The new SAP Sybase IQ 16 is even more faster, secure, agile and provides the possibility to explore even more data and share the critical information with people whenever they need it.

Besides that the SAP Sybase IQ for years was the best choice for the traditional Data Warehousing solutions with the newest SAP Sybase IQ version it was prepared for extreme-scale Enterprise Data Warehousing and big data solutions affordably powering and supporting extreme data analytics on commodity hardware for a thousands of concurrent users. Using it’s new features like row-level versioning (RLV) technology, multiple integration modes for using MapReduce and Hadoop, in-database mining and portability of models with Predictive Model Markup Language (PMML), R language support, an expanded library of statistical algorithms and new data protection features ensures that the new SAP Sybase IQ is enterprise-ready for performance, data resilience, integration and security.

Over the years after SAP has acquired Sybase it’s analytics server Sybase IQ is steadily gaining the proper role in SAP data management vision as high performance classical Data Warehousing analytical server, extreme-scale Enterprise Data warehousing and big data solution and near-line-storage to the HANA platform in the overall SAP Real-Time Data Platform.

SAP Sybase IQ can be implemented both as stand-alone Data Warehouse or as essential SAP BusinessObjects BI Analytics Editions Data Warehousing component.

More information about new features and solutions will follow in the next posts.

SAP announcement can be found here.

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    1. Former Member Post author

      Hello, Mikhail,

      thank you for your comment.

      Yes, you are right – the SAP Sybase IQ can be licensed by CPU (Cores) or even bundled as analytics engine into packages of SAP BusinessObjects BI Analytics Editions. But the main point here is that you don’t need to use very expensive dedicated hardware from selected vendors to get the real power from SAP Sybase IQ and create a really good data analytics foundation.

      Regards,

      Donatas

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      1. Former Member

        Ok, Donatas I understand this message.

        Reusing Current software – it’s good. We live long time on 2 Xeon CPUs (total – 8 cores) – for 500 reporter user per day.  Now we going to build multiplex.

        Simple thing that you keep  in mind if you(as a client) wanna get maximum efficiency for your investments in IQ (performance per CPU)  so of course you must using modern hardware (last CPU models, fast network, storages). Because hardware cost always less that licenses.

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