So the 4 x 6-core processors
didn''t make the contribution to it's speed then ?
Groovy Corporation has launched an SQL database acceleration appliance, boasting of extreme speeds. According to Groovy, its Groovy SQL Switch "was 105 times faster and processed 37 times more orders per minute than the fastest relational database" when running the Dell DVD Store Database Test Suite. Groovy claims that when …
No mention of that thing called Microsoft SQL Server which I'm guessing if you're using a SQL environment your going to be using it.
Also looking at the quick info sheet it can't handle all the basic functions etc that I expect SQL08 to perform. I wouldn't go near this with a barge pole if I had any MS SQL environment in all honesty.
This sounds like a half arsed data grid to me, with slack kind of continuous query. If I want a data grid I'd use a data grid product, this half way house between a grid and and RDB doesn't seem to support either paradigm very well.
I also agree that people who think SQL == SQL Server should have their geek license revoked!
First, the logo at the bottom right corner of the document is a blatant rip-off of the Oracle logo, Psychologically very subtle.
Secondly, it seems to consist of nothing but marketing bullshit that would be very difficult to test in a real-world situation.
Kudos if it actually works, though.
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