TPC-DS is an enterprise-class benchmark, published and maintained by the Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC), to measure the performance of decision support systems running on SQL-based big data systems. TPC-DS models several generally applicable aspects of an SQL-based big data system, including queries and data maintenance. The benchmark provides a representative evaluation of performance as a general-purpose decision support system. A benchmark result measures query response time in single-user mode, query throughput in multiuser mode, and data maintenance performance for a given hardware, operating system, and data processing system configuration under a controlled, complex decision support workload. The purpose of TPC-DS benchmarks is to provide relevant, objective performance data to industry users.
TPC’s decision to split the benchmark TPC-D into two new benchmarks, TPC-H and TPC-R, in February 26, 1999,...
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