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NoSQL support in Informix 12.10.FC2 with JSON storage, Mongo DB API, sharding for JSON collection and relational tables, hybrid access and more.

NoSQL support in Informix 12.10.FC2 with JSON storage, Mongo DB API, sharding for JSON collection and relational tables, hybrid access and more.

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    NoSQL support in Informix (JSON storage, Mongo DB API) NoSQL support in Informix (JSON storage, Mongo DB API) Presentation Transcript

    • Informix 12.1 Conference Highlights © 2013 IBM Corporation 1 Conference Highlights More than 700 technical sessions More than 110 hands-on labs Industry-focused business and IT leadership sessions Approximately 300 client and Business Partner speakers IBM’s largest EXPO – 350+ exhibits Visit: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/data/2013-conference/
    • Informix 12.1 IOD Informix Customer Advisory Council and Business Partner Meeting • November 2, 2013 • Breakfast 8:30 am • Banyan A & C © 2013 IBM Corporation 2 • Banyan A & C • Mandalay Bay South Convention Center For more information, please contact Anita McKeithen (mckeithe@us.ibm.com)
    • Informix 12.1 SAVE THE DATE Informix IOD Deep Dive Workshop • November 3, 2013 • Come to learn more about Informix NoSQL which features: •Ease of use © 2013 IBM Corporation 3 •Ease of use •API Support •Usability of Sharded Queries •Simple Migration from other NoSQL dbs such as (MongoDB) •High Availability/Sharded Data Replication • For more information, please contact Anita McKeithen (mckeithe@us.ibm.com)
    • Informix NoSQL IBM Informix Version 12.10 © 2013 IBM Corporation 4
    • Informix 12.1 Overview What is NoSQL, JSON and BSON? New Informix NoSQL/JSON Capabilities Solution Highlights © 2013 IBM Corporation The Power of a Hybrid Solution Value: Open Source vs Enterprise Class 5
    • Informix 12.1 Not Only SQL or NOt allowing SQL A non-relational database management systems – Does not require a fixed schema – Avoids join operations – Scales horizontally – No ACID (eventually consistent) Good with distributing data and fast application development What is a NoSQL Database? © 2013 IBM Corporation Provides a mechanism for storage and retrieval of data while providing horizontal scaling.
    • Informix 12.1 Why NoSQL? Non-traditional data management requirements driven by Web 2.0 companies – Document stores, key-value stores, graph and columnar dbms The Three Vs: – Velocity – high frequency of data arrivals © 2013 IBM Corporation – Velocity – high frequency of data arrivals – Volume – BigData – Variability – unstructured data, flexibility in schema design New data interchange formats – like JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) and BSON (Binary JSON) Scale-out requirements across heterogeneous environment – Cloud computing 7
    • Informix 12.1 JSON Syntax Rules – JSON syntax is a subset of the JavaScript object notation syntax: – Data is in name/value pairs – Data is separated by commas – Curly braces hold objects – Square brackets hold arrays JSON Name/Value Pairs – JSON data is written as key/value pairs. – A key/value pair consists of a field name (in double quotes), followed by a colon, followed JSON Details © 2013 IBM Corporation – A key/value pair consists of a field name (in double quotes), followed by a colon, followed by a value: JSON Values can be – A number (integer or floating point) – A string (in double quotes) – A Boolean (true or false) – An array (in square brackets) – An object (in curly brackets) – Null 8 © 2013 IBM Corporation "name":"John Miller"
    • Informix 12.1 JSON: JavaScript Object Notation What is JSON? – JSON is lightweight text-data interchange format – JSON is language independent – JSON is "self-describing" and easy to understand JSON is syntax for storing and exchanging text information much like XML. However, JSON is smaller than XML, and faster and easier to parse. { "name":"John Miller", © 2013 IBM Corporation 9 © 2013 IBM Corporation "age":21, "count":27, "employees": [ { "f_name":"John" , "l_name":"Doe" }, { "f_name":"Anna","m_name" : "Marie","l_name":"Smith" }, { "f_name":"Peter" , "l_name":"Jones" } ] } BSON is a binary form of JSON.
    • Informix 12.1 Basic Translation Terms/Concepts Mongo/NoSQL Terms Informix Terms Database Database Collection Table Document Row Field Column © 2013 IBM Corporation 10 {"name":"John","age":21} {"name":"Tim","age":28} {"name":"Scott","age":30} Name Age John 21 Tim 28 Scott 30 Collection Document Key Value Table Row
    • Informix 12.1 IBM Use Case Characteristics for JSON Schema flexibility and development agility – Application not constrained by fixed pre-defined schema – Ability to handle a mix of structured and unstructured data Consistent low latency, even under high loads – Ability to handle thousands of users – Typically millisecond response time Continuous availability – 24x7x365 availability – Online maintenance operations © 2013 IBM Corporation – Ability to upgrade hardware or software without down time Dynamic Elasticity – Rapid horizontal scalability – Ability to add or delete nodes dynamically in the Cloud/Grid – Application transparent elasticity Low cost infrastructure – Commonly available hardware (Windows & Linux,…) Reduced need for database administration and maintenance
    • Informix 12.1 Why Most Commercial Relational Databases cannot meet these Requirements Schema Flexibility & Development Agility – Relational schemas are inherently rigid – Database design needs to be done before application is developed – Different rows cannot have a different structures – Data modeling based on domain objects, which may not be well understood upfront Consistent Low Latency, even under high load – ACID requirements inherently introduce write latency – There is no latency-consistency tradeoff knobs available © 2013 IBM Corporation – Requirement can be met, but at a much higher cost (hardware, software or complexity) High Availability – Requirement can be met, but at a significant cost – Typically rolling version upgrades are complex in clustered RDBMS Dynamic Elasticity – Not a natural fit for RDBMS, due to requirement for strong consistency – Scale-out requires partition tolerance, that increases latency Low Cost – Distributed RDBMS typically require specialized hardware to achieve performance – Popular relational databases typically require several DBAs for maintenance and tuning © 2013 IBM Corporation
    • Informix 12.1 Some Typical NoSQL Use Cases - Mostly Interactive Web/Mobile Online/Mobile Gaming – Leaderboard (high score table) management – Dynamic placement of visual elements – Game object management – Persisting game/user state information – Persisting user generated data (e.g. drawings) Display Advertising on Web Sites – Ad Serving: match content with profile and E-commerce/Social Commerce – Storing frequently changing product catalogs Social Networking/Online Communities Communications – Device provisioning © 2013 IBM Corporation – Ad Serving: match content with profile and present – Real-time bidding: match cookie profile with ad inventory, obtain bids, and present ad Dynamic Content Management and Publishing (News & Media) – Store content from distributed authors, with fast retrieval and placement – Manage changing layouts and user generated content 13 – Device provisioning Logging/message passing – Drop Copy service in Financial Services (streaming copies of trade execution messages into (for example) a risk or back office system)
    • Informix 12.1 High Level Solution Include JSON and BSON Provide a mongo compatible programming Super scale out – Simplify the ability to scale out to multiple nodes, multiple versions, multiple copies – Provided diskless and disk based scale out at the individual node with automatic failover – Provided Sharded Insert, Update, Delete and Query operations Provide native JSON & BSON support in the Informix Database Server © 2013 IBM Corporation – Provided Sharded Insert, Update, Delete and Query operations Simplify the “up and running” experience Added value – Blended/Hybrid workloads – Join between NoSQL and Relational tables – Joins utilize indexes on both Relational and NoSQL – Industrial strength query optimizer – Enterprise Security and encryption 14
    • Informix 12.1 New NoSQL/JSON Features in Informix Two new built in “first-class” data types called JSON and BSON Support for MongoDB client side APIs Sharded operations enable horizontal scaling Provide native JSON & BSON support in the Informix Database Server © 2013 IBM Corporation Sharded operations enable horizontal scaling Adaptive default system initialization 15
    • Informix 12.1 Two New Data Types JSON and BSON JSON and BSON data types Index support for NoSQL data types Native operators and comparator functions allow for direct manipulation of the BSON data type © 2013 IBM Corporation Database Server automatically converts to and from • JSON BSON • Character data JSON 16
    • Informix 12.1 MongoDB Application Compatibly Ability to use any of the MongodB client drivers and frameworks against the Informix Database Server – Little to no change required when running MongoDB programs – Informix listens on the same default port as mongo, no need to change. Leverage the different programming languages available – Language examples C, C#, Erlang, JAVA, node.js, Perl, Python, Ruby © 2013 IBM Corporation 17 Mongo Action Description db.customer.insert( { name: “John", age: 21 } ) Insert into database “db” the customer collection the associated document. db.customer.find( {age: { $gt:21 } } ) Retrieve from database “db” the customer collection all documents with the age greater than 21.
    • Informix 12.1 Client Applications New Wire Protocol Listener supports existing MongoDB drivers Connect to MongoDB or Informix with same application! MongoDB native Client Applications MongoDB Wire MongoDB driver © 2013 IBM Corporation © 2013 IBM Corporation MongoDB web browser Mobile JDBC Driver IBM NoSQL Wire Protocol Listener Wire Protocol Informix NoSQL Cluster driver MongoDB shell
    • Informix 12.1 Scaling Out – Sharding Data Shard Key state= “WA” Shard Key state= “CA” • Each node in the environment hold a portion of the data • Shard by either hash or expression • When inserting data it is automatically moved to the correct node © 2013 IBM Corporation 19 © 2013 IBM Corporation Shard Key state= “OR” correct node • Queries automatically aggregate data from the required node(s)
    • Informix 12.1 Simplify the “up and running” Experience Install and setup a typical database instance with only 3 questions: – Where to place the Product? – Where to place the Data? – How many users do you anticipate? Newly installed instance adapts to the resources on the computer © 2013 IBM Corporation 20 Description Auto tuning of CPU VPS Auto Table Placement Auto Buffer pool tuning Auto Physical Log extension Auto Logical Log Add
    • Informix 12.1 Simply Administration - OAT manages JSON objects © 2013 IBM Corporation 21
    • Simple Power – Informix Hybrid Database Capabilities © 2013 IBM Corporation 22
    • Informix 12.1 Informix NoSQL NewSQL – The Hybrid Solution Best of Both Worlds Relational and non-relational data in one system NoSQL/MongoDB Apps can access Informix Relational Tables Distributed Queries Multi-statement Transactions Enterprise Proven Reliability © 2013 IBM Corporation Enterprise Proven Reliability Enterprise Ready Security Enterprise Level Performance Informix provides the capability to leverage the abilities of both relational DBMS and document store systems. MongoDB does not. It is a document store system lacking key abilities like transaction durability. 23
    • Informix 12.1 Round Peg Square Hole The DBA and/or programmer no longer have to decide upfront if it is better to use a system entirely of JSON documents or a system only of SQL tables, but rather have a single database in which the programmer decides a if JSON document is optimal or a SQL table is optimal for the data and usage. © 2013 IBM Corporation 24
    • Informix 12.1 Informix Specific Advantages with Mongo Drivers Traditional SQL tables and JSON collections co-existing in the same database Using the MongoDB client drivers Query, insert, update, delete –JSON collections –Traditional SQL tables –Timeseries data © 2013 IBM Corporation Join SQL tables to JSON collections utilizing indexes Execute business logic in stored procedures Provide a view of JSON collections as a SQL table –Allows existing SQL tools to access JSON data Enterprises level functionality 25
    • Informix 12.1 Scalability Better performance on multi-core, multi-session scenarios –Architecture has finer grain locking – not entire database –Better concurrency because less resources locked Document Compression –60% to 90% observed © 2013 IBM Corporation Bigger documents – 2GB maximum size –MongoDB caps at 16MB Informix has decades of optimization on single node solution 26 © 2013 IBM Corporation
    • Informix 12.1 Some Typical NoSQL Use Cases - Mostly Interactive Web/Mobile Online/Mobile Gaming – Leaderboard (high score table) management – Dynamic placement of visual elements – Game object management – Persisting game/user state information – Persisting user generated data (e.g. drawings) Display Advertising on Web Sites – Ad Serving: match content with profile and E-commerce/Social Commerce – Storing frequently changing product catalogs Social Networking/Online Communities Communications – Device provisioning © 2013 IBM Corporation – Ad Serving: match content with profile and present – Real-time bidding: match cookie profile with ad inventory, obtain bids, and present ad Dynamic Content Management and Publishing (News & Media) – Store content from distributed authors, with fast retrieval and placement – Manage changing layouts and user generated content 27 – Device provisioning Logging/message passing – Drop Copy service in Financial Services (streaming copies of trade execution messages into (for example) a risk or back office system)
    • Informix and MongoDB Have Free Editions Editions Informix MongoDB Free Developer Innovator-C Basic Innovator-C For Purchase Express, Workgroup, Advanced Workgroup, Enterprise, Advanced Enterprise Standard, Enterprise 28
    • MongoDB Subscriptions Basic Standard Enterprise Edition MongoDB MongoDB MongoDB Enterprise Support 9am-9pm local, M-F 24x7x365 24x7x365 29 License AGPL Commercial Commercial Emergency Patches Not Included Included Included Price $2,500 / Server / Year $5,000 / Server / Year $7,500 / Server / Year Subscription information obtained from 10Gen site, June 26, 2013. Additional monthly charges for backup services.
    • Price Point Comparison Estimate, 3-year cost Dual Core Intel Nehalem Innovator-C Express (4 core, 8 GB, 2 nodes) Workgroup (16 core, 16 GB, unlimited nodes) Product Cost $0 $8,540 $19,740 Support Subscription Year 1 24 x 7 x 365 Production System Down Development Call $1,680 Included Included Development Call Emergency Patches Free Upgrades Support Renewal Year 2 $1,680 $1,708 $3,948 Support Renewal Year 3 $1,680 $1,708 $3,948 Total $5,040 $11,956 $27,636 30 MongoDB Enterprise, 3-year cost: $22,500 Subscription information obtained from 10Gen site, June 26, 2013. Retail U.S. prices subject to change, valid as of June 26, 2013.
    • Informix 12.1 Questions © 2013 IBM Corporation 31 © 2013 IBM Corporation