Exasol is the only database built for the future
Exasol is the world's fastest in-memory, MPP database designed specifically for BI, analytics and reporting. Thanks to Exasol, you get the maximum out of your Azure infrastructure, ensuring maximal flexibility in case your infrastructure strategy evolves.
• You can use the most powerful analytics framework, for high-end data application and scalability
• Get more power out of less infrastructure, and be future-ready for your data warehousing, data analytics or data science projects.
• Open standards and flexible integration frameworks guarantee interoperability and smooth integration with your existing infrastructure
Exasol holds the performance record in the TPC-H benchmark for clustered, decision support databases.
Designed from the ground up, using state-of-the-art software techniques and principles, Exasol scales from 10's GBs to 100's TBs data, is quick to implement and delivers extreme performance, without cost and complexity.
As a data warehouse and analytics engine, either standalone or integrated with Hadoop, Exasol is being used in a wide range of Big Data use cases, including accelerating standard reporting, running multi-user ad-hoc analytics, and performing complex modelling using predictive in-database analytics.
Alongside out-of-the-box support for R, Python, Java and Lua, Exasol allows you to integrate the analytics programming language of your choice and use it for in-database analytics.
Exasol supports standard interfaces for integrating upstream (Data Integration) and downstream (BI) tools. The standard interfaces that ship with the Exasol software include ODBC, JDBC, WebSockets and ADO.NET. Exasol is working in production environments with BI Tools and Data Integration tools from all the leading vendors.
This offer permits single node and cluster installations. This version is available for customers with current licenses. Licenses include full enterprise-level support of productive environments and access to bugfixes and update packages. For more information please use the refer to https://www.exasol.com/en/i-need-to/use-case/in-the-cloud/