World-Record Performance Results for Database-Management Workloads
To say database-management systems (DBMSs) are widespread would be an understatement. Nearly every business stores critical data in systems that need to be managed, backed up, secured, and optimized for exceptional user performance. Regardless of the DBMS in use, all need to be run on platforms that can provide exceptional performance, a good price/performance ratio, and strong security.
Because of this variety of use cases, organizations might struggle to find useful performance metrics they can relate to their own DBMS environments. As a result, many organizations turn to industry-standard benchmarks to simplify the evaluation process prior to making a spending decision. Benchmarks can provide valuable insights, but they must be evaluated properly.
In order to investigate the relationship between high benchmark performance and potential business value in the real world, Prowess Consulting dug deeper into what strong showings in industry benchmarks can mean for businesses deploying world-record servers. Because of its large market share and the number of world records Dell Technologies holds across a variety of database-management-related benchmarks, we specifically looked at Dell™ PowerEdge™ servers.
Download this eGuide and learn that among recent-generation Dell PowerEdge servers powered by 3rd and 4th Gen AMD EPYC™ processors, several have set world records in benchmarks specifically designed to provide real-world performance data on DBMS workloads.