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Whitepapers & Documents
Instantly boost performance and capacity of SQL Server environments, while improving uptime and visibility.
Scale your database while increasing performance and uptime
Increase the performance and uptime of your applications by optimizing your Oracle database
This solution brief outlines the benefits that ScaleArc iDB provides when migrating to, and operating in, a Microsoft SQL Server 2012 database environment.
This solution brief outlines the challenges associated with scaling MySQL database environments while maintaining uptime and peak performance, and how ScaleArc iDB solves these challenges.
White Paper: A Guide to MySQL Operational Excellence at any Operational Excellence at any scale with ScaleArc iDB
This guide examines the challenges of scaling a modern web application built on MySQL. Jointly written by two ScaleArc database consulting partners; Aaron Lee of DriveDev and Jay Edwards of PalominoDB.
Learn how iDB software provides full multi-tenancy capabilities, enabling Service Providers to quickly and easily offer DBaaS and additional value-added services like caching and analytics. Quickly grow your DBaaS business profitably!
Find out how ScaleArc’s iDB technology works, and the main features it provides for Microsoft SQL Server environments. This document also explains how each feature improves SQL Server scalability, availability, security and performance, and to what extent.
A Step-By-Step guide that helps you setup iDB on Amazon EC2. Please make sure you’ve subscribed to the iDB product on Amazon EC2 using this page, before you begin the setup.
Find out how to deploy ScaleArc’s iDB on AWS EC2 and RDS environments and the top 5 things to keep in mind to achieve the best performance and throughput.
Learn how ScaleArc iDB enhances high availability and disaster recovery for the data tier. iDB provides transparent HA for databases through advanced query routing and sub-second switch-over between multiple masters.