Calculating the True Cost of RDBMS Ownership and How Sybase ASE Stacks Up: A Guide for SAP Business Suite Users (IDC)
According to IDC, Sybase ASE's TCO was found to be 28% less than the TCO of other RDBMSs.
Sybase ASE Total Cost of Ownership - A Comparison to Oracle (Bloor)
Bloor Research concludes that Sybase ASE is significantly superior to Oracle 11g with respect to TCO. ASE was more economical in over 85% of cost measurements and over 20% less expensive in the areas of licensing, administration, support and more.
SAP and Sybase: A Marriage Made in Database Heaven (IDC)
This IDC analyst research examines the benefits of the SAP and Sybase combination in the area of data management and offers some insight on why this combination may prove to be a significant new power in the DBMS industry.
Managing Data Growth Through Intelligent Partitioning: Focus on Better Database Manageability and Operational Efficiency with Sybase ASE (IDC)
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.
Make the Right Database Investment (The Standish Group)
Based on data gathered from thousand of companies, When comparing TCO for Sybase ASE 15 and Oracle 11g, Standish Group found that Sybase ASE had 28% less downtime, resulting in $55,000 yearly savings.
The Total Economic Impact of Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise 15 (Forrester)
Sybase commissioned Forrester Consulting to examine the total economic impact and potential return on investment (ROI) that Sybase customers may realize by upgrading to their existing ASE platform to ASE 15.
Mystery Solved! Linux is Cheaper - PERIOD (Standish Group)
The Standish Group says: "Open source interest is rising and Linux is achieving major vendor support and user endorsements," and "Linux is here to stay...Overall, the most cost-effective solution running to date is Sybase ASE running on Linux platforms."
HRG Assessment - Autonomic Computing and Sybase’s ASE 12.5.1 (Harvard Research Group)
Harvard Research Group feels that Sybase’s ASE 12.5.1 is an offering worth considering for use in business critical transaction intensive environments.
The Standish Group - Battle of the Databases: Focus on TCO (The Standish Group)
This paper presents real data gathered from thousands of CIOs over the past several years that shows "applications will be, on average, more than 15 percent lower cost when running on Sybase ASE versus the equivalent offering from Oracle."