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QuestDB is a high-performance, open-source SQL database for applications in financial services, IoT, machine learning, DevOps and observability. It includes endpoints for PostgreSQL wire protocol, high-throughput schema-agnostic ingestion using InfluxDB Line Protocol, and a REST API for queries, bulk imports, and exports.
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OmniSciDB is the foundation of the OmniSci platform. OmniSciDB is SQL-based, relational, columnar and specifically developed to harness the massive parallelism of modern CPU and GPU hardware. OmniSciDB can query up to billions of rows in milliseconds, and is capable of unprecedented ingestion speeds, making it the ideal SQL engine for the era of big, high-velocity data.
This project facilitates the use of on-time and delayed flight data, available from the US Department of Transport's Bureau of Transportation Statistics, for DBMS testing and benchmarking. This work is inspired (or rather, necessitated) by a post from several years ago on Percona's performance blog, comparing MonetDB with InfoBright on the set of queries included here. They are perhaps not the most thorough or insightful benchmark queries one could device for this data, but that's what we're starting with.