From x100 to vectorwise: opportunities, challenges and things most researchers do not think about
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In 2008 a group of researchers behind the X100 database kernel created Vectorwise: a spin-off which together with the Actian corporation (previously Ingres) worked on bringing this technology to the market. Today, Vectorwise is a popular product and one of the examples of conversion of a research prototype into successful commercial software. We describe here some of the interesting aspects of the work performed by the Vectorwise development team in the process, and discuss the opportunities and challenges resulting from the decision of integrating a prototype-quality kernel with Ingres, an established commercial product.
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