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How will you resolve to optimize your application performance in 2011?
2010 was a good year for application development and database performance. Fifteen years ago, having a high-performing application and well-tuned database was a pipe dream. Today, it’s a no-brainer.
So, when companies look to connect high-performing applications to databases, all should go as planned. Right? Except when an unanticipated slow-down occurs causing a bottleneck. For example, one company we’ve worked with missed their SLA agreement deadlines and incurred thousands of dollars in late fees from their customers. The culprit? The database driver. Surprisingly, 75-95% of application time is spent in the database driver, while it could be spent making your application perform faster and more efficiently!
Want to learn more about the biggest bottlenecks for any data-driven application - and more importantly how to clear the bottlenecks? Join us for a webinar on Thursday, January 20, 2011 at 11 a.m. EST. Talk to us about your own database connection problems and learn about the newest best practices. We look forward to seeing you there!
Register here: https://progress.webex.com/progress/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=717873036
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