HISCOM Migrates From Teradata to Oracle Exadata, Improves Data Processing Speed by 3,000% and Lowers Licensing Costs


As Larry Ellison mentioned in the Q4 analyst call last week, "the 2011 Exadata pipeline continues to grow and is now approaching $1 billion, making Exadata the fastest-growing new product in Oracle history. " The high customer demand for Oracle Exadata can be attributed to its unique value proposition: only Oracle Exadata provides extreme performance for both data warehousing and OLTP applications on the same database machine.

This value proposition resonated with Hokuriku Coca-Cola Bottling. It was looking for a high-speed data solution for its data warehouse yet at the same time, was looking to reduce the number of physical servers, as well as cut server licensing and maintenance costs.

As this new case study describes, Hokuriku Coca-Cola Bottling was running a large number of systems, an Oracle Database and a Teradata data warehouse to process and analyze sales and order data from Coca-Cola retailers and vending machines. The amount of data could reach more than 5 million records a month. As the volume of data increased, it started taking longer to store, extract, process, and load it into the data warehouse. Queries and batch processing slowed down, hampering the ability of staff to work efficiently.

To address these issues, Hokuriku Coca-Cola Bottling engaged HISCOM, the systems integration business of the Hokuriku Coca-Cola Bottling Co., to implement Oracle Exadata. Oracle Exadata enabled Hokuriku Coca-Cola Bottling to improve its data processing speed by more than 3,000%, which shortened batch processing time by 97% and enabled complex search queries to be completed in five seconds, compared to three minutes in the past. And because they could consolidate their OLTP database and data warehouse onto a single Oracle Exadata Database Machine, Hokuriku Coca-Cola Bottling also eliminated its Teradata data warehouse licensing costs.

Read the case study.
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