Teradata has great perfomance in batch processing. As a typical OLAP system, Tereadata can't peform as well as OLTP in high concurrency real-time application. I wrote an open source framework - cheetah, which tries to work with Teradata together to provide better application experience cross batch and real-time requiements.

Cheetah is a distributed in-memory dual-active application engine. It attempts to replace backend database for certain application and provides fast responses for high-concurrency requirements.
Cheetah loads all data in memory with duplication mode, and is able to work well even a couple of non-contagious nodes are down.

Cheetah source code can be found at github, https://github.com/jonathanyan/cheetah

 Cheetah design chart

Basically, there are 2 kinds of nodes
Lion - Master node, process http requirement and monitor cheetah healthy status
Cheetah - Slave node, store data in duplicate mode and handle Lion command

For Lion node, there are 3 roles - thread groups
 1.Lion Queen - Prcessing http requirement
 2.Lion Baby - Communicate between Lion node and Cheetah nodes
 3.Lion King - Monitor cheetah healthy status

As designed, data is stored at multiple cheetah nodes, which is implemented by NonBlockedHashMap and Balanced Tree.

Start Single Node
 1.Linux node one or more
 2.Install jdk 1.6 or above
 3.Netty 4.0.19 or above from http://netty.io/
 4.Highly Scallable Lib from http://sourceforge.net/projects/high-scale-lib/files/high-scale-lib/
 5.(Optional for test) Install wget at Linux node

Start single node
 1. Download cheetah package by clicking "Download Zip" from https://github.com/jonathanyan/cheetah

2. Unzip cheetah-master.zip, and it will create directory "cheetah-master". Then change direcotory mode
~$ unzip cheetah-master.zip
~$ chmod -R 755 cheetah-master

3. Copy "Netty" and "Highly Scallable Lib" jar files into cheetah-master/lib,
~$ ls cheetah-master/lib
You will see 2 jar files: high-scale-lib.jar and netty-all-4.0.19.Final.jar

4. Compile java files
~$ cd ~/cheetah-master/sbin; ./compilecheetah.sh
Check if there is class files in "cheetah-master/bin" direcotory
~$ ls ~/cheetah-master/bin/com/jontera

5. Run single node cheetah
~$ cd ~/cheetah-master/sbin; ./start_singlenode.sh

6.Test cheetah
~$ cd ~/cheetah-master/test; ./foxget 1
You will see response,
RESPONSE: getDemand = 5723

7 Stop cheetah
~$ cd ~/cheetah-master/sbin; ./stop_thisnode.sh


Start Multiple Node
 1.Single node can be run successfully

Start multiple node
 1. Edit cheetah-master/sbin/cheetah-config.sh to change cheetah host list
~$ vi ~/cheetah-master/sbin/cheetah-config.sh
export CHEETAH_HOST=8000@
The format is cheetah host list with (port_number@host_address) seperated by ":"
This "CHEETAH_HOST" configuration is for cheetah host only. Lion host is current machine, not need to be configured.

2. Prepare cheetah host package
~$ cd ~/cheetah-master/sbin; ./prep_multinode.sh
it will prepare package for cheetah node in /tmp
~$ ls /tmp/cheetah*

3. Ship package from Lion host to Cheetah hosts
~$ cd ~/cheetah-master/run; sh shiptocheetah.sh
It will use "scp" command to copy package to cheetah nodes one by one

4. Login in Cheetah hosts one by one, start Cheetah Daemon,
~$ /tmp/cheetah_X/sbin/cheetah.sh
where _X is cheetah host number, X maybe 0, 1, 2, etc.

5. Back to Lion host, start Lion Daemon at Lion host,
cd ~/cheetah-master/sbin; ./lion.sh

6. Test cheetah
~$ cd cheetah-master/test; ./foxget 1
You will see response,
RESPONSE: getDemand = 5723

7. Stop cheetah and lion one by one
For Cheetah,
~$ cd /tmp/cheetah_0/sbin; ./stop_thisnode.sh
For Lion,
~$ cd cheetah-master/sbin; ./stop_thisnode.sh