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25 Oct 2016 IBM Delivers Speed, Scale and Simplicity with Hybrid Cloud Database [57398]

IBM introduced significant advances in its industry leading database software, IBM DB2, helping companies lower their operating costs while bringing together transactions and analytics in the same database to increase the speed of real-time data analysis. The new DB2 will incorporate hybrid transactional analytical processing (HTAP) available for Linux, Unix, Windows, and z/OS in December In contrast to typical business environments where transaction processing and analytical systems are based on distinct architectures, hybrid transactional analytical processing (HTAP) runs analytics and transactions on the same database without compromising performance of either.
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23 Jun 2016 IBM Targets Developers with Powerful In-Memory Database in the Cloud [53694]
IBM, June 23rd, 2016

IBM announced a new version of its industry leading database software, IBM DB2 V11.1 to help developers easily bridge on-premise applications to the cloud and enable a hybrid data architecture.

DB2 V11.1 is powerful multi-workload database software that powers the next generation of applications including mobile, advanced analytics, cognitive and highly available transactions. IBM DB2 offers a security-rich environment required for the hybrid world, designed to protect data both in flight and at rest. It also scales to new heights of performance by enabling its in-memory technology to be easily deployed across a massively parallel processing architecture and helping to dramatically improve response times.
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25 Jan 2016 Getting dirty with open source databases [49363]
ComputerWeekly, January 25th, 2016

"With many companies looking at more agile, open source alternatives to proprietary databases, how do you choose which is the best fit for your needs...

A decade ago, most enterprises building a database had only two or three choices: Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server and - to a lesser extent - IBM DB2. Open source systems such as MySQL and PostgreSQL existed, but they were not on the radar of most commercial organisations..."
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05 Mar 2012 Oracle Announces Exalytics In-Memory Machine, Business Intelligence Foundation Suite [25574]
Coupled with Times Ten In-Memory Database In-Memory Proves a Powerful Tool

Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine and Oracle Business Intelligence Foundation Suite are now available. Oracle Exalytics features Oracle’s Sun Fire server with 1 Terabyte of RAM, powered by the Intel Xeon processor E7-4800 with 40 processing cores, 40 Gb/s InfiniBand, 10 Gb/s Ethernet connectivity, and Integrated Lights Out Management. BI Foundation Suite features 87 new product capabilities and enhancements including visualizations, contextual interactions, performance and scale improvements, optimizations for Oracle Exalytics, and simplification for end users, developers and administrators. Oracle Exalytics is suited for use in heterogeneous IT environments, and can access and analyze data from Oracle or third-party data sources.
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05 Oct 2011 Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Sets New Dual-Node Record on SPECjEnterprise2010 Benchmark [24703]
Running on Cisco Unified Computing System B440 M2 Server

Oracle has released details on the record breaking performance of Oracle WebLogic Server 11g together with Oracle Linux and Oracle Database 11g Release 2 running on a Cisco Unified Computing System B440 M2 server each with four, ten-core Intel Xeon E7-4870 2.4 GHz processors with Intel Turbo Boost Technology set a world record dual-node result with the SPECjEnterprise2010 industry standard benchmark.Oracle WebLogic Server 11g delivered over 50 percent more performance than IBM WebSphere's best eight processor SPECjEnterprise2010 result running IBM DB2 9.7 on a POWER7 server.
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