17 June 2011 18:07 tonyrogerson

Deck from London UG 20110616 - Building a Reporting Brick capable of 1.2GBytes/sec and 80K IOs/sec for less than £2K

The Reporting Brick concept is not really anything new, it starts the walk toward bringing the work Jim Gray and Tom Barclay et al did on CyberBricks up-to-date in terms of current kit.

A reporting brick is simply a box built from commodity kit utilising commodity SSD, namely the OCZ IBIS drives to gain extremely high levels of performance for a fraction of the cost required for typical server and san installs today.

I'll write up over the next few months as I work further on the concept, for now the deck attached summarises some of the ideas around it, the deck was presented at last nights London SQL Server User Group, I will be presenting it again in Edinburgh on the 29th June and other locations later in the year.

Deck: Commodity Kit.pptx

 

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# London 16th June User-Group Review

18 June 2011 13:55 by Neil Hambly

London SQL Server User Group (Host by IMGROUP) 16 th June One of my own failings of past, has been not

# re: Deck from London UG 20110616 - Building a Reporting Brick capable of 1.2GBytes/sec and 80K IOs/sec for less than £2K

20 June 2011 09:19 by DavidWimbush

Hi Tony, I'm intrigued but that link seems to be broken. Could you check it out, please?

# re: Deck from London UG 20110616 - Building a Reporting Brick capable of 1.2GBytes/sec and 80K IOs/sec for less than £2K

20 June 2011 20:19 by tonyrogerson

Link is fixed.