We use SQL Server for our data warehouse. It's sitting on an Azure VM. Our analysts pull large data sets into SSMS, R, and Tableau all day …
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NitroAccelerator installs as a device driver to endpoints to optimize TCP-based connections.
The solution is software-based and does not rely on third party proxies, distributed caching, lateral data-movement, or hardware appliances. NitroAccelerator is EPL Certified and approved to run on DoD networks with no known vulnerabilities or direct-competing vendors and is currently accelerating and securing enterprise-level connections all over the world.
- Supported: Network Acceleration
- Supported: Latency Reduction
- Supported: No Lateral Data Movement
- Bandwidth Upgrades
- Hardware Upgrades
- Cloud Upgrades
|Small Businesses (1-50 employees)||2%|
|Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)||8%|
|Enterprises (more than 500 employees)||90%|
|Deployment Types||On-premise, SaaS|
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We use SQL Server for our data warehouse. It's sitting on an Azure VM. Our analysts pull large data sets into SSMS, R, and Tableau all day long. Most of the runtime for these queries is waiting on the network. NitroAccelerator cuts those wait times by 50-90%! This has sped us up dramatically. Waiting for queries was a regular time sink, and now it's something we never have to think about. Most of our analysts don't even know that NitroAccelerator is running in the background.
- Speed up network-choked queries
- Massive compression for data transfer
- I would love to move to serverless DBaaS - Azure SQL Database or AWS RDS for SQL Server. However, the product needs to be installed on the server.
If you have an analytics-supporting SQL Server instance on a VM or bare metal, this is for you. Any large queries will get a massive speed-up. If you're using a DBaaS, then you would need to set up a proxy VM to see the benefits. If you have a transactional-only database, you won't likely see any benefits.