SAP ASE Edge Edition

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This might be the biggest announcement from SAP you never heard of. After dropping the name Sybase from its product names last year, SAP is quietly reshaping its database platform offerings. And I mean this in a good way. Under the Sybase name there were 2 ASE products; Sybase ASE Enterprise Edition (EE) and Sybase ASE Small Business Edition (SBE). The Sybase ASE EE product was and still is the flagship and the most commonly known edition of Sybase. But it came with a hefty price ticket. To offer a Sybase ASE database server to the SMB market space, Sybase created ASE SBE, limited to 2 CPU sockets and 8 engines on a physical server, at a very low price. The server virtualization revolution has dramatically changed the server landscape and database servers made their transitions to the new world. The majority of newly deployed database servers are virtualized, either on premise or in the cloud. The Sybase ASE EE 15.7 database server enabled Sybase clients to make the move to the virtual servers with the introduction of the threaded kernel model. SAP ASE EE 16 continued the optimization for virtual servers and offers one of the most advanced database (more…)

Introducing: SAP ASE Edge Edition (8 Core) – Retiring Sybase ASE SBE

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This might be the biggest announcement from SAP you never heard of. After dropping the name Sybase from its product names last year, SAP is quietly reshaping its database platform offerings. And I mean this in a good way. Read More

Expand Your Skills With Our New Database Training Program

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Hello, Readers!

We hope your holidays were happy and relaxing.  2013 promises to be a stellar year for Dobler Consulting.  We have several new projects in the works, and are continuing to solve the latest challenges and database technology issues. Our team of consultants is providing a wide variety of project assistance for our clients. Read More

Creating Sybase IQ Connections to Sybase ASE to Import Data

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These Examples assume your using Linux (2.6.32-220.el6.x86_64 GNU/Linux) and Sybase IQ 15.4

Sybase IQ can create CIS connections to ASE, for example to access ASE data through an Sybase IQ-to-ASE proxy table.
This can be done in two ways: through JDBC and ODBC. JDBC is easier to set up, but ODBC tends to be significantly faster. In addition, the JDBC connectivity class has been deprecated (If you try to use CLASS ‘asejdbc’, You will receive a message box error via ISQL “asejdbc has been deprecated”)   in Sybase IQ 15.4 on Linux. Read More

Installation Errors with Sybase IQ 15.4 on CentOS

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Sybase IQ officially only supports Red Hat Linux and SuSe Linux. However, it will run on CentOS just fine. There are a couple of things that need to be configured to make this happen. Read More

Newsletter May 2011

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As far as I can tell, the recovery is picking up steam. The IT project activities are up to a level not seen in 3 years. This is good news my friends. A success story a long time in the making.

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Sybase ASE 15 Cluster Edition – How to Migrate to Great

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Overview

Back in the 90’s, a group of German engineers put together the world’s first grid computing network. When putting together this network, they used over 100 PCs running on the first version of the Linux operating system. It was a great success, and everybody called it the dawn of a new technology that would change the computing world forever.

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