Whether running Oracle, SQL Server or MongoDB, getting optimal performance from database servers is highly dependent on the supporting storage infrastructure. Read this insightful technical guide for recommendations on selecting a platform that helps unleash the full performance of your database.
The results are in and there’s no ambiguity! Gartner analyzed 19 Solid-State Array (SSA) products and rated Kaminario K2 the highest for Online Transaction Processing (OLTP), with the greatest emphasis on performance, RAS features, manageability and storage efficiency.
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See how the benefits of consolidating performance-sensitive database workloads onto Kaminario K2 dramatically outweigh the cost of acquisition, resulting in a large ROI when compared with any other flash technology
Database performance sets the tone for modern application success. As applications get more sophisticated, databases get bigger, and infrastructure gets more complex. Watch this webinar to learn from experts in both the database and infrastructure space –
- Fundamentals of a database health check and performance tuning and how to diagnose what is limiting performance
- Strategies for building data infrastructure for modern cloud-scale applications
Hear From Our Customers
Gregory S. Thomas
Vice President of IT, Managed Health Care Associates, Inc.
“The Kaminario K2 enabled us to consolidate our database environment onto one fast, reliable and scalable storage system and to expand our platform to multiple application servers to respond to the increasing demands from our users.”
SVP, IT Services, Allant Group
“With Kaminario developers and customers can now spend less time working around slower disk and latency concerns. This gives us more options when it comes to scheduling work and end user activity.”