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DataCore Software Targets High-velocity Transaction Processing and Real-time Analytics

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “DataCore Software launches the first of its new line of database optimization products for high-velocity transaction processing and real-time analytics. MaxParallel for SQL Server is available now in the Azure Marketplace as well as through DataCore-authorized partners around the globe. The plug-and-play product supports SQL Server 2016, 2014, 2012 and 2008 running on-premises and in the cloud. Applications such as e-Commerce, ERP, high-frequency trading, inventory optimization and fault / threat detection, as well as newer workloads for digital initiatives such as IoT, stand to benefit the most from DataCore’s new offering. These database-intensive applications often exhibit sluggish behavior when bombarded by numerous simultaneous requests from live consumers and real-time software processes.”

The release goes on, “MaxParallel for SQL Server removes key resource contention in multi-core servers, enabling Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) and Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) to be far more productive and responsive under such peak loads. No additional hardware or re-programming is necessary to realize the enhanced customer experience. ‘MaxParallel is a game changer,’ said George Teixeira, CEO and president of DataCore Software. ‘Time is money, and doing more work in parallel not only reduces costs — it delivers a compelling value proposition by significantly shortening the time to process transactions, generate reports and analyze trends, so businesses can be more responsive and outpace their competition’.”

Read more at Real Wire.

Photo credit: DataCore

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