Sybase Updates Advantage Database Server

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jun 17, 2010


Sybase has released an updated version of its Advantage Database Server software, that the company says puts a focus on performance and developer productivity. According to this eWeek report, ADS now supports dynamic queuing of client requests based on the historical cost of a connection's requests - and the Advantage Transaction System, which has better performance due to changes to lock lists and visibility lists.


Sybase Advantage Database Server 10 offers enhancements in algorithms and data intelligence.

"Outside of the area of performance, Sybase has also targeted developers with enhancements d esigned to help Delphi and Visual FoxPro developers leverage the latest Delphi 2010 and Visual Studio 2010 tools and deploy 64-bit platforms. Sybase has also included support for Unicode to help organizations localize applications for international markets.

"'Sybase Advantage Database Server 10 continues its tradition of providing Delphi and Visual Foxpro developers with a scalable, supported replacement for legacy data stores,' said J.D. Mullin, Advantage Database Server research and development manager at Sybase, in a statement. 'This latest release builds on Advantage’s reputation as a reliable database platform for developers that continue to build applications with legacy development languages, and for those seeking a steady migration path to modern technologies.'"

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