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SAN JOSE, Calif., July 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — #Vexata (@VexataRTA), the leader in active data storage solutions, announced today a partnership with #Supermicro® to develop solutions for #Microsoft® #SQL Server #DataWarehouse (DW) deployments showcasing industry leading data analytics with Vexata arrays. Enterprises deploy SQL Server-based data warehouses to gain insights into historical data and report on important business metrics. As enterprises strive to reduce time to insight and actions, real time analytics and reporting are becoming a necessity, and existing data infrastructures that are based on distributed batch analytics are too slow and inefficient. A high-performance SQL Server data warehouse that can address hundreds of TBs of data is a critical business tool to access all active data. “With the increasing importance of data-driven business decisions and the explosion in the scale and types of data collected,” says Zahid Hussain, CEO of Vexata, “there is an ever growing need for enterprises to focus on active data analytics. Our technology partnership with Supermicro helps us build in greater performance capabilities into our arrays that we can showcase with reference solutions using Supermicro servers.” With Vexata Arrays incorporating the new Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and solid-state drives, along with Supermicro X11 SuperServer® solutions, enterprises can derive greater performance, scalability and security out of their data platforms. Vexata works closely with Supermicro to provide solution reference designs for Oracle, SQL Server, Kx and GPFS that deliver an orders of magnitude performance improvement over similar reference designs from other All Flash Array (AFA) vendors. “Supermicro’s SuperServer combined with Vexata’s data management layer provides a leading-edge solution for data warehouse users,” said Michael McNerney, Vice President Software Solutions and Infrastructure, Supermicro. “The Vexata solution which achieved over 35 GB/s of mixed read/write bandwidth provides a significant market advantage.”


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