Durham, NC, April 09, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- The processors that power e-commerce, financial services, or health care organizations’ data center severs can have a big impact on transactional database application performance. In a new study commissioned by Intel Corp., Principled Technologies found that whether an organization uses Oracle Database 12c, PostgreSQL, or Cassandra databases, servers powered by Intel Xeon 8180 and 8160 processors can offer better database performance than AMD EPYC 7601 processor-based servers.
According to the study, “Processing more database work allows applications that rely on the database to support more users and more queries, edits, and other common transactional database activities, which can help generate more revenue for your organization and support more clients or customers in your user base.”
For businesses looking for powerful processors that can handle Oracle Database 12c, PostgreSQL, and Apache Cassandra database workloads, read the full study: http://facts.pt/m7yd6e1