There are many savings with choosing to embed a database in your client-server, web, desktop or mobile application.
Development, testing, support and sales costs go down when you don’t have to support multiple versions of multiple databases on multiple platforms. Embedding a database removes the pressure to support a prospect’s preferred database.
Using a database designed to be embedded for broad distribution and remote support amplifies the savings related to development, testing, support and sales.
Twenty years of R&D, thousands of ISVs and 10 million deployed seats prove SQL Anywhere as an embedded database leader.
Out of the box performance with self-tuning query optimizer, dynamic cache sizing. See TPC benchmark.
Completely hide all screens and system tray icons
Auto-start and stop server with software application
Easily include SQL Anywhere components as part of your application installation
Automate Maintenance Without Jeopardizing Performance
Automatically defragment and grow database files
Automatically back up databases and recover from system failures.
Pre-configure maintenance tasks based on time schedule or database states such as idle server or DB file size
All data and configuration stored in single DB file
Simply copy DB files from one operating system to another for easy deployment or debugging
SQL Anywhere 12 New Data Management Features This webcast will dive into the data management enhancements provided in SQL Anywhere Version 12. You'll learn about new language extensions, performance and scalability enhancements, spatial support, and new administration and monitoring tool features.
Performance Analysis with SQL Anywhere During this webcast, you will receive an overview of issues to consider when designing a performance evaluation of SQL Anywhere. In addition, methods for troubleshooting performance problems in SQL Anywhere will be discussed.
Capacity for MobiLink Webcast This webcast introduces MLReplay along with performance and testing techniques and pitfalls. It'll also discuss how to determine the capacity of a MobiLink synchronization systems, with an eye on how much hardware the system requires.
Cloud and Multi-Tenant Architectures with SQL Anywhere This session examines different architectural approaches for designing and developing multi-tenant applications to be hosted in a SQL Anywhere Server. Additionally, several operational considerations for hosted SQL Anywhere environments are discussed.
Introducing SQL Anywhere Monitoring Tool The SQL Anywhere Monitor is a new administration tool recently introduced with the release of SQL Anywhere 11.0.1. Join Eric Farrar to find out how you can benefit from SQL Anywhere Monitor.
Getting Started with SQL Anywhere 11 Webcast This presentation includes a guided tour of the technologies, tools and resources that make SQL Anywhere so popular among developers. Learn how you can build powerful database applications for frontline environments.