Modern data management systems can benefit from aggregating resources of multiple systems into a cohesive pool in which applications can be consolidated and managed effectively. While the benefits of consolidating workloads might be powerful, the action of data consolidation might face difficulties such as system management, performance management, and database configuration for optimal performance. Particularly for analytics applications, the database management system must have the capability to ingest large volumes of data, merge and aggregate data, streamline data management, and enable fast analytics operations.
SingleStore is a distributed relational database that natively supports structured, semistructured, geospatial, key-value, and time series data. The capability to support multiple datatypes presents the opportunity for data consolidation. SingleStore also features a data ingestion technology that is called SingleStore Pipelines that streams large amounts of data at high throughput into the database with exactly once semantics. That means each message in a complex distributed system is delivered once and not duplicated or lost in the transfer.
Dell PowerFlex delivers scale-out storage that adds resiliency to the SingleStore database and automates storage self-balancing. PowerFlex flexibility contains self-healing, snapshots, asynchronous replication, performance management, security, and enterprise support.
VMware vSphere is a virtualization platform, which transforms data centers into aggregated computing infrastructures that include CPU, storage, and networking resources. vSphere manages these infrastructures as a unified operating environment and provides tools to administer data centers that participate in that environment.