Business Objects Announces Support for Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise 11.5.
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 16, 1997--Business Objects (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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(database) Adaptive Server Enterprise - (ASE) The relational database management system that started life in the mid-eighties s "Sybase SQL Server". For a number of years Microsoft was a Sybase distributor, reselling the Sybase product for OS/2 and (later) Windows 11.5 database server. Adaptive Server Enterprise 11.5 is an online transaction processing See transaction processing and OLCP. (OLTP (OnLine Transaction Processing) See transaction processing and OLCP.
OLTP - On-Line Transaction Processing ) and decision support database optimized to deliver predictable high performance access to data in unpredictable, mixed-workload environments.
End users who use BusinessObjects to access Adaptive Server Enterprise 11.5 will now get the same quick response time for query, reporting, and analysis, whether the data is in a data warehouse or mart, or in an OLTP system. Business Objects offers both a full-client suite of DSS (1) (Digital Signature Standard) A National Security Administration standard for authenticating an electronic message. See RSA and digital signature.
(2) (Digital Satellite S tools including BusinessObjects, BusinessMiner, and BusinessQuery, as well as its new thin-client solution, WebIntelligence.
"End users need easy and fast access to information, and they want to be able to do complex comparisons of information, for example, comparing forecast, actual, and budget information. But where the data 'lives' should be transparent to them," said Dave Kellogg, vice president of corporate marketing at Business Objects. "With BusinessObjects, end users don't need to know anything about where the data is located. They can get the information they need, when they need it. Our support for Sybase Adaptive Server 11.5, extends our position to enable end users to quickly get the information they need to make better business decisions."
Adaptive Server Enterprise 11.5, the successor to Sybase SQL Server Sybase SQL Server - Adaptive Server Enterprise 11, is designed to provide organizations with predictable high-performance in unpredictable mixed workload OLTP and DSS environments. Product features include: -0-
-- Logical Memory Manager and Logical Process Manager for
application- and user-specific dedicated resources
-- Scalability for very large databases (VLDB (Very Large DataBase) An extremely large database. What constitutes a VLDB is debatable, but databases of 100GB or more are generally considered the starting point. ) through parallel
operations for maximum utilization of system resources (1) In a computer system, system resources are the components that provide its inherent capabilities and contribute to its overall performance. System memory, cache memory, hard disk space, IRQs and DMA channels are examples.
-- Common services for management and administration, data
access/movement, security, and web access;
-- Support for specialty data stores including geo- spatial,
time series, multimedia/imaging, and text;
-- New Security features for internet transactions and
Adaptive Server Enterprise 11.5 is the first new member of the Sybase Adaptive Server product family. Other Sybase Adaptive Server optimized databases, which will be introduced in coming months, include Adaptive Server Anywhere for mobile computing Using a computing device while in transit. Mobile computing implies wireless transmission, but wireless transmission does not necessarily imply mobile computing. Fixed wireless applications use satellites, radio systems and lasers to transmit between permanent objects such as buildings , and Adaptive Server IQ for building distributed data marts used in business decision making environments.
"Business Objects is a prime example of an organization whose customers require predictable performance regardless of the type or volume of transaction their IT systems are processing," said Terry Stepien, vice president of database marketing for Sybase, Inc. "Through enhanced logical process and memory management, Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise 11.5 is unique in its ability to provide increased performance for demanding decision support environments."
About Sybase, Inc.
Headquartered in Emeryville, CA, Sybase, Inc. is a worldwide leader in distributed, open computing See open system and open source. solutions with record revenues in 1996 of over $1 billion. The company provides customers and partners with the software and services to create business solutions for strategic, competitive advantage. These high-performance, end-to-end solutions encompass client/server, Internet and intranet transaction processing Updating the appropriate database records as soon as a transaction (order, payment, etc.) is entered into the computer. It may also imply that confirmations are sent at the same time.
Transaction processing systems are the backbone of an organization because they update constantly. and datamart and data warehousing See data warehouse.
data warehousing - data warehouse applications. The company's Adaptive Component Architecture enables rapid design, development and deployment of distributed multi-tier business applications. The company's product lines include Sybase high-performance database servers, EnterpriseConnect distributed data access and connectivity products and Powersoft enterprise application development tools. The company's Internet addresses are http://www.sybase.com and http://www.powersoft.com .
About Business Objects
Business Objects is the world's leading provider of integrated enterprise decision support tools. Business Objects products provide non-technical business users with access to information stored in data warehouses, data marts, and packaged business applications. Business Objects provides a complete suite of decision support tools including query, reporting, online analytical processing Online Analytical Processing, or OLAP (IPA: /ˈoʊlæp/), is an approach to quickly provide answers to analytical queries that are multidimensional in nature. , data mining, and DSS administration for both client/server and internet environments. Business Objects has sold more than 575,000 licenses to over 5,000 organizations in more than 60 countries worldwide.
Business Objects may be reached by phone at 408/953-6000 or on the worldwide web at http://www.businessobjects.com . The company's stock is publicly traded under the ticker symbol Ticker Symbol
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Note to Editors: BusinessObjects, BusinessQuery, BusinessMiner, and WebIntelligence are trademarks of Business Objects SA. Other company and product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated.
A full-text copy of this announcement may be obtained by calling the Company's fax retrieval line at 800-414-2114 and selecting option "two." The announcement may also be downloaded from the Web; access "http://www.businesswire.com/cnn" and search on "Business Objects." Business Objects product inquiries should contact 800/527-0580.
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