Since its announcement in 2018, Microsoft’s structured query language (SQL) database management system, SQL Server 2019, has been making headlines, first for its introduction and again in 2019, for its impressive list of updates.
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Structured query language servers, or SQL (sometimes pronounced “Sequel”) servers are becoming an increasingly important tool for any data scientist to have in their toolbox. It’s a key asset that can be used to do all sorts of things, like access, update, insert, manipulate, and modify data, and it also helps in communicating with relational databases.
Today we announced a really cool new product called the XVS 8. In a nutshell, we made the fastest enterprise storage in the world – faster. Speed, and by speed, I mean ultra-low latency, can do some amazing things. It does the obvious, it lets your applications run faster, increasing profitability and customer satisfaction. Lowering latency does another cool thing, it lets you consolidate your infrastructure.
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We have previously discussed the Windows Flash Array's (WFA) performance and the importance of latency, and in this blog, we'll focus on how the WFA can deliver a simpler solution that helps transform the economics of your data center.
Increasing the performance of SQL Server workloads remains a hot topic. Given the importance that tabular data plays not only in your organization, but also that of your trading partners, it’s not at all surprising that this remains of considerable interest. Recently, Sumeet and I took the time to articulate the value proposition for using flash storage in an SQL Server environment. If you’d like to learn a bit more, I invite you to watch this webinar:
The Windows Flash Array (WFA) is all about high throughput, low latency, scalability, and balanced performance. We previously discussed its high throughput, and in this blog, we are going to focus on how latency really matters, especially if you want your databases to hum along providing copious value to your enterprise.
As you probably already know, Violin Systems has announced all-flash arrays integrated with Windows Storage Server 2012 R2, dubbed the Windows Flash Array. If you’ve had a chance to give them the once over, it’s obvious that they are a far cry from a white box server with JBOD attached running Windows Storage Server.