SQL Server 2008 R2 Optimized by Brocade Networking Technology

Wednesday Apr 28th 2010 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

SQL Server, through the use of Brocade networking solutions, is optimized by using networking components that are required for optimal operation, high levels of I/O, low latency, and server prioritization functionality.

Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 has gained the support and optimization of Brocade’s networking technology and server connectivity solutions. Brocade seeks to ensure database optimal performance by maintaining data integrity as it travels through the network, along with keeping mission-critical data available and quick to access.

Said Bob Braham, vice president of Product Marketing at Brocade:

"The continued proliferation of data-intensive services and applications, as well as the expectation of 'anywhere, anytime' access is placing unprecedented demands on database technologies. The interoperability of Brocade's industry-leading storage networking technology and products with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 translates into reduced monetary and operational risk and increased performance and security for enterprise customers."
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