March 17, 2009

Pervasive DataRush today

In my first post-fire briefing, I had a long-scheduled dinner with the Pervasive DataRush folks.  Much of DataRush’s positioning, feature evolution, and so on remain To Be Determined.  Most existing customers and applications remain To Be Disclosed.  What’s more, DataRush is a technology to accelerate applications that

  1. Need to be parallelized
  2. Should run on SMP rather than shared-nothing hardware

and Pervasive hasn’t done a great job of explaining where #2 applies.

That said, there’s at least one use case for which DataRush should clearly be considered today.  Suppose you have a messy ETL/data transformation task that requires custom code.  Then I see three main choices:

In some cases, DataRush may be best possibility.

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