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…)

Sybase ASE 15 – Semantic Partitions to the Rescue

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Data explosion and the always present request for faster data retrieval led to the introduction of more granular data distribution on physical disks. Even with faster disks, the increase in parallel processing created more contention on a single table. Read More

New Sybase Video Appearance

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When I attended Sybase TechWave last year I was asked to participate in a Sybase video journal. Of course I accepted right away.

At that time I just release a couple of new articles on the topic of In-Memory Databases and Semantic Partitions.

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New Articles Published

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It’s been a while since I last wrote in my blog. Luckily Google does its magic and still sends visitors to my blog.

This post will be very brief. Recently I was contacted by Sybase to write a couple of articles exclusively for Sybase. I agreed to this and that’s another reason why my blog got neglected.

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