Learn how to reduce latency and improve performance in your database environment without expensive hardware rip and replace.
Regardless of your industry, chances are that databases form the core of your profitability. Whether online transaction processing systems, Big Data analytics systems, or reporting systems, databases manage your most important information – the kind of data that directly supports decisions and provides immediate feedback on business actions and results. The performance of databases has a direct bearing on the profitability of your organization, and these days, with 70 percent of respondents to one recent survey stating that IT must justify its budget by demonstrating real contributions to the bottom line, smart IT planners are always looking for ways to improve the performance of databases and the apps that use them.
Many in the industry are pitching expensive flash storage peripherals to reduce latency and drive performance in database operations, but what is really needed is improvement across the I/O path – cost-effective improvements to infrastructure that will yield measurable gains not only in database processing, but also in the extract-transform-load workflows that define overall performance efficiency.
Join us as industry analyst, Jon Toigo provides an overview of a strategy you can use to reduce latency and improve database performance without breaking the bank.