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Sybase® Business Continuity Reference Architecture on IBM® Power Systems
This paper summarizes a collection of modern business continuity concerns that affect organizations in every industry.

Sybase® ASE on IBM® Power Systems™ Reference Architecture
This paper explains the benefits of the reference architecture paper to explain the benefits of the Sybase ASE/IBM Power Systems solution, as well as summarize a series of test results.

Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise 15.7
The last few years have seen an explosive growth in the data volumes being managed by organizations.

Managing Data Growth Through Intelligent Partitioning: Focus on Better Database Manageability and Operational Efficiency with Sybase ASE
A recent IDC survey of more than 100 database professionals shows that for companies with large and rapidly growing databases, performance and scalability are key concerns that require constant vigilance.

Primary Keys in a Distributed Database Environment
This tutorial shows you how to set up a synchronization environment with unique keys across all remote databases.

Mobilizing an ASE Database with MobiLink
This ISUG article steps through the implementation of a MobiLink synchronization architecture for an ASE corporate database using Sybase Central's Create Synchronization Model Wizard

ServiceNow Monitoring and Alerting
ServiceNow Monitoring and Alerting Whitepaper - April 2007

What to look for in a data encryption product
Data represents the lifeblood of any organization. With the right information, companies can improve customer satisfaction, increase the efficiencies of their supply chain, identify market trends and positively affect their bottom line.

Benchmark Performance Study: Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) on Linux/Itanium2
Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) demonstrated superior performance results in this in-house performance study. This benchmark validates Sybase ASE’s suitability for running transaction-intensive workloads on lower-cost platforms.
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