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SQL Server 2012 vs. DataKeeper. Weighing your options…. If you answered YES to any of these questions you should seriously consider implementing DataKeeper Cluster Edition for your high availability needs in a Fusion- io Environment.

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Sql server 2012 vs datakeeper

SQL Server 2012 vs. DataKeeper


Weighing your options

Weighing your options….

If you answered YES to any of these questions you should seriously consider implementing DataKeeper Cluster Edition for your high availability needs in a Fusion-io Environment

  • Am I concerned about the cost of SQL Server Enterprise Edition?

  • Do I use replication or log shipping?

  • Do I want to minimize the impact that replication has on the performance of my application?

  • Do I need to support Lync Server or other applications that use distributed transactions?

  • Do I need to ensure that SQL Agent jobs such as database backups, optimizations, DTS and others continue to run regardless of the node in service?

  • Do I need to ensure that SQL login accounts are kept in sync between cluster nodes?

  • Do I want to minimize my administrative burden ?


Inserts per second max

DataKeeper is 85% Faster Than AlwaysOn

Inserts Per Second (MAX)


Log file write mb sec

Log File (Write MB/sec)

DataKeeper is 85% Faster Than AlwaysOn


Cost comparison 16 core system

Cost Comparison – 16 Core System


Disk write mb sec

Disk Write MB/sec


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