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Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE)

Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) is a high-performance relational database management system (RDBMS) for mission-critical, data-intensive environments. It ensures the highest operational efficiency and throughput on a broad range of platforms.

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Extreme Transaction Processing: Sybase ASE Overview

Extreme transaction processing systems must support thousands of concurrent users with ultra-fast, nonstop performance on cost-effective, standards-based platforms. ASE does all that—and more. Powering 24 of the top 25 global banks and 46 of the top 50 top global banks and securities firms, the ASE mission-critical enterprise database management system is known for its rock solid reliability, superior performance, and low total cost of ownership.

ASE key features include the following:

  • Data encryption to protect from internal and external breaches
  • Partitioning technology for better performance and easier maintenance
  • Virtualization and clustering capabilities for continuous availability and efficient use of resources
  • In-memory database technology improves response time and throughput for high-data-volume and high-concurrent-user organizations
  • Data compression allows enterprises to reduce storage costs and increase performance on large and growing data sets

Provides extreme performance

  • Enables demanding IT environments to achieve millions of transactions per minute with terabyte-sized databases, while maintaining rapid growth rates in data and transaction volume

Reduces risk

  • Helps organizations avoid costly, disastrous disruptions such as system failure, unforeseen disasters, or stolen data
  • Protects against common threats to IT systems, including data security, system stability, and disaster recovery
  • Allows IT to offer responsive technical support and mitigate risk

Increases efficiency

  • Allows IT to provide higher service levels — even with shrinking budgets
  • Efficiently uses hardware and storage, offering high performance with less overall cost
  • Eases database administrator system task requirements

Sybase ASE Feature Matrix