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Transaction Processing

Databases such as Oracle, SQL Server, MongoDB and MySQL are susceptible to I/O bottlenecks where slow reads and writes can negatively impact the time it takes to process transactions. PrimaryIO offers a unique software-only solution that accelerates application performance (Transaction Per Second) by 441% without any disruption to users or server and storage operations.

Business Analytics

Operational databases such as MongoDB are deployed to support analytic workloads that evaluate and help enterprises act on large and diverse data sources in real-time. The PrimaryIO APA solution accelerates application performance (Operations Per Second) by 426%. Customers are able to leverage flash performance while only requiring 20% of the total database size to be cached on solid state drives.

PrimaryIO Application Performance Acceleration Technology. Unique. Modular. Flexible on Deployment.

Application Performance Accleration

PrimaryIO is the first vendor in the industry to provide a performance acceleration solution for Tier 1 databases. It leverages application policy based management to optimize and increase the performance of critical components such as tables, collections and indexes to significantly increases the number of transactions processed or the speed of queries.

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PrimaryIO APA for Windows & Linux

PrimaryIO is a software-only, environment agnostic, application acceleration solution that runs on Windows or Linux servers. Big data, web and database applications can be accelerated 18x over traditional hardware solutions. PrimaryIO non-disruptively accelerates the data I/O that matters most to key business applications.

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PrimaryIO APA for Virtual Environments

Enterprises today rely on multiple hypervisors to run a wide variety of application workloads. A common challenge though is the sluggish performance for Tier 1 business critical applications, especially as virtual machine (VM) densities increase. The PrimaryIO solution supports VMware, KVM, Citrix and HyperV and overcomes the VM density challenge for business critical workloads through application-aware performance acceleration technology.

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Easy, Non-Intrusive Deployment

The entire optimization process is easy and intuitive for application administrators and can be completed with just a few clicks of a mouse. See it in action.

The installation process for the PrimaryIO’s APA software is very simple and requires only very basic administration skills that application and system owners already possess. Step one involves running a non-intrusive workload analyzer on the server to determine whether the application workload can be optimized for performance. Step two automates the complete installation process by identifying operating system versions and which applications are already installed. Once configured, step three recommends specific suggestions and provides intuitive dashboard reports depicting the final results.

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IT teams are increasingly concerned about the speed and cost of delivering services to their end users. The PrimaryIO APA software offers an innovative and cost-effective way for admins to accelerate performance of OLTP databases by leveraging existing server and storage resources to intelligently optimize IO and ultimately accelerate application performance based on the needs of a particular business process or workload.

- Mark Peters, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group.

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