Oracle MySQL is in need of a columnar storage engine for analytics workloads. A columnar engine (or column store) stores data vertically, that is, it stores all the data associated with a column together, instead of the traditional RDBMS storage method of storing entire rows together, either in a index organized manner, like InnoDB, or in a heap, like MyISAM.
Columnar storage has the benefit of reducing IO when only a subset of the row is accessed in a query, because only the data for the accessed rows must be read from disk (or cache) instead of having to read entire rows. Most columnar stores do not support indexes, but WARP does.
WARP is open source
You can find the WARP source code release on GitHub. Binaries can be provided upon request. Simply open an issue for your desired Linux distribution, and I will make them available as soon as I can.