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Sybase ships real-time loading system for IQ analytics server

04 November 2008  |  1832 views  |  0 Source: Sybase

Sybase (NYSE: SY), a leading provider of enterprise infrastructure and mobile software, today announced the availability of the Sybase IQ Real-Time Loading Solution, a combined software and services offering to provide continuous loading of real-time data into the Sybase IQ analytics server.

The new offering provides enterprises with the ability to utilise fresh data for greater insight by continuously loading transaction changes, which enables real-time reporting and decision-making.

"This solution is intended to take organisations beyond intermittent batch loading to continuous loading of operational database changes," said Dan Lahl, Director of Sybase Intelligent Enterprise Solutions. "With the Sybase IQ Real-Time Loading Solution, customers can make better informed business decisions at any time-based on the freshest information."

Spice Telecom is one of many companies using this solution to meet the challenge of analysing in real time ever-growing data volumes in a very competitive market. Spice Telecom adds a new customer every second of every business day. To win in this type of environment requires rich, real-time business intelligence capability. Spice Telecom utilises ASE as a staging repository, in conjunction with Replication Server and PowerDesigner, to load external data sources in real-time into Sybase IQ. This new real-time analytics capability has enabled Spice Telecom to analyse trends and ask the "what if" questions that were previously out of reach. With Sybase IQ replacing an OLTP system, load windows have shortened from hours to minutes, and the Real-Time Loading Solution has increased both data freshness and quality. "I am happy to say the Sybase environment actually did wonders for us," said Sanjay Srivastava, IT General Manager for Spice Telecom.

Sybase IQ is a highly optimised analytics server designed specifically to deliver faster results for mission-critical business intelligence, data warehouse and reporting solutions on any standard hardware and operating systems. It works with diverse data-including unstructured data-and diverse data sources to deliver unsurpassed query performance at the best price/performance available.

With the Real-Time Loading Solution, the strengths of Sybase IQ arQ are further enhanced by providing high-speed change data capture and delivery capabilities to continuously load data changes into Sybase IQ. Customers pay just one price for the full solution, thereby leveraging the power of proven Sybase technologies in modeling and data movement to speed business intelligence, while Sybase Professional Services ensures customers are up and running quickly with no manual coding or development required.

Separately, Sybase (NYSE: SY), the largest enterprise software and services company exclusively focused on managing and mobilising information, today announced the planned availability of its Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) Cluster Edition for AIX and HP-UX 11i. This additional UNIX support is another expansion to the ecosystem of supported products and platforms for ASE Cluster Edition, including third party monitoring tools and replication technology.

Sybase accelerated ASE Cluster Edition support for HP-UX 11i and AIX due to demand from customers wanting to leverage ASE Cluster Edition to consolidate database servers, meet service level agreements (SLAs) and lower costs through ASE's unique approach of combining patent-pending Virtualised Management ResourceTM (VRM) technology in a shared-disk cluster architecture. Support for these new platforms demonstrates that Sybase continues to execute on its Unwired Enterprise strategy by delivering on the promise of open, reliable systems that meet our customer's ever-growing data management requirements.

"Sybase customers that run some of the world's most critical data in communications, finance and government are telling us that ASE Cluster Edition can help them reduce IT infrastructure costs and improve their service levels," said Brian Vink, Vice President, database product marketing, Sybase. "Support for additional platforms, integration technologies and partner tools are enabling even more of our customers to leverage ASE Cluster Edition within their existing IT environments."

"Customers want to reduce risk to their business through the safeguarding of critical data. The combination of HP-IX 11i V3 and Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise achieves this while increasing the availability and resource utilisation of their technology environment," said Jennifer Millier, Vice President Marketing for Business Critical Server group, HP. "The combination of the advanced security features in the latest version of HP-UX 11i ver 3 with the high performance and reliability of the new ASE Cluster Edition significantly improves the data protection for high transaction-oriented applications."

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