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SafePeak v1.3 for SQL Server


DCF Technologies has released SafePeak 1.3 for SQL Server. SafePeak's plug-and-play solution accelerates data access and retrieval providing immediate results, with no need to change existing databases or applications.

SafePeak acts as a proxy cache between application servers and database servers. Auto-learning caching algorithms store SQL statement results in SafePeak memory, greatly reducing database server load, eliminating traffic bottlenecks, and increasing scalability and transaction throughput. Using SafePeak, SQL Server users can improve database performance and achieve microsecond response time, handling workloads of more than 5000 database transactions per second on commodity servers. SafePeak provides predictable SLA even during peak usage enabling increased scalability to support growing numbers of users and masses of data.

A web-based GUI management dashboard for configuration, management and operation of SafePeak enables the following:

  • Configuration and addition of cache policy rules
  • Management of rules such as query pattern definition, default timeout, eviction scheduling, and object dependencies for eviction
  • Performance, throughput, and data usage statistics and classification reporting
  • Configuration and addition of multiple SQL Server instances

SafePeak is particularly suited for SQL Server customers with large stores of information accessed by concurrent users and based on repeatable queries. Systems such as media and information portals, ecommerce sites, and companies running internal OLTP, ERP and CRM systems like Microsoft Dynamics and Microsoft SharePoint will benefit most from SafePeak.


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