August 10, 2010  -  Sybase, Inc., an SAP company, today announced a new HP-Sybase BI reference architecture that leverages the HP Converged Infrastructure. According to the announcement, the joint solution optimizes query response and data loads with reduced overhead, storage costs and maintenance requirements.

Featuring Sybase IQ 15 running on HP ProLiant DL785 servers, this solution is designed to allow HP and Sybase customers to deploy analytic applications more quickly and achieve ROI sooner.

The announcement states that the HP-Sybase BI reference architecture is optimized for data intensive workloads, with extensive joint engineering consultation, lab, customer benchmark and customer deployment experience supporting thousands of data warehouse and analytics customers.

"For more than a decade,  Sybase, HP and Red Hat have helped customers migrate applications, reduce technology infrastructure costs and achieve higher performance - the reference architecture was the logical next step," says Dan Lahl, senior director of Product Marketing at Sybase.

"As organizations adopt virtualization and cloud technologies the ability to integrate data becomes a key differentiator for business competitiveness," Lorraine Bartlett, vice president of Worldwide Marketing, Strategy and Operations, Business Critical Systems, HP was quoted to say.

With the solution, IT planners and architects are now able to start from a "best-fit" reference configuration that reflects their companies' raw data size and query workload characteristics. Each configuration can then be optimized based on its specific workload and requirements.

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