On Demand Webinar

SQL Transactional Processing Price-Performance Testing


Day in and day out, organizations run their businesses with transactional applications and databases. A key to any transactional application—whether it is processing bank transactions, keeping a gaming platform in sync, or monitoring health conditions—is processing high volumes of data at high speed. Latency is particularly relevant to read- and write-intensive applications in the cloud, where database latency, plus latency created by network throughput, API/microservice calls, and other processes compound.

There are a variety of databases available to the transactional application. Ideally, any database would have the required capabilities.

This free 1-hour webinar from GigaOm Research brings together GigaOm analyst William McKnight and special guests from Microsoft, Senior Product Marketing Manager Debbie Lyons and Microsoft Principal Program Manager Joe Sack, to discuss the results from a GigaOm Analytic Field Test derived from the industry-standard TPC Benchmark™ E (TPC-E) to compare two fully-managed cloud SQL Server offerings: Amazon Web Services Relational Database Service (AWS RDS) and Microsoft Azure SQL Database. Both are based on Microsoft SQL Server.

The results are valuable to all operational functions of an organization such as human resource management, production planning, material management, financial supply chain management, sales and distribution, financial accounting and controlling, plant maintenance, and quality management.

Register now to join GigaOm and Microsoft for this free expert webinar.

Who Should Attend:

  • Data Architects
  • Data Strategists
  • Information Leadership
  • Chief Data Officer & Team
  • Application Owner

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