Proven Performance: Misys Loan IQ v7.2 Running on SQL Server 2012

Misys, Microsoft, HP, and Intel worked together to test the performance and scalability of Misys Loan IQ—the market-leading commercial lending software from Misys—running on SQL Server, Windows Server, and HP servers powered by the Intel Xeon processor E7 family. The results of the tests were very impressive, confirming that the joint solution can fully meet…

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Testing confirms the enterprise-class performance of Kondor+ and Misys Global Risk running on SQL Server and Windows Server

Kondor+ is a leading trade and risk management solution from Misys that lets users manage global trading activities on a single flexible, extensible platform. Misys Global Risk (MGR) is a framework for collaborative risk management, which includes components for managing market risk, credit risk, and credit limits in real time. The current releases of these MGR components…

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Running Opics Plus on SQL Server 2012 increases performance in scenarios with heavy database utilization

Mysis Opics Plus is an out-of-the-box solution that helps financial institutions consolidate and streamline treasury processing, increase STP rates, reduce the cost of transactions, minimize reconciliation, and provide strategic web access for their customers. As part of their partnership, Misys and Microsoft worked together to compare the performance of Opics Plus running on SQL Server…

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SQL Server 2012 provides performance, scalability, and value for Summit FT

Summit FT is the Misys cross-asset, front-to-back solution that specializes in derivatives and structured products for global investment banks. As part of their partnership, Misys and Microsoft worked together to demonstrate that Summit FT’s foreign exchange trade processing functionality, running on SQL Server 2012 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise, can achieve high throughputs of…

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Misys: Managing Risk & Compliance in a Volatile Market: Streamlining Trades and Ensuring ROI (Free Aberdeen Webinar!)

Global financial turmoil has grown, from the credit crisis crippling many financial institutions, to the current debt crisis that is bringing much valuation uncertainty to the capital markets. Within this market uncertainty is the firms continued commitment to reduce operational risk and cost, ensure regulatory compliance, and improve ROI measures. These initiatives are a necessary…

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Migration: The value gained moving from Oracle to SQL Server 2008R2

[DB2 Migration Value]  [Sybase Migration Value] In the early 1980’s I was an Oracle Developer on mainframes and on MS-DOS using Oracle 5.1 on MS-DOS (distributed on some 20+ diskettes — I still have them). It was an interesting time because PC products like dBase II were power-user friendly but did not scale. Oracle scaled, but was…

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Migration: The value gained moving from DB2 to SQL Server 2008R2

[Oracle Migration Value]   [Sybase Migration Value] Two decades ago, I made my living as a DB2 developer working for GTENW (now Verizon). In this year’s spring-cleaning, I came across my old DB2 certificates; perhaps it is time to do a spring-cleaning of perceptions about DB2 and SQL Server. As a developer, I have become hopelessly biased for…

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MISYS: Summit FT moved to SQL Server 2008 to reduce costs and improve efficiencies

Misys has announced that Summit FT has migrated its product to SQL Server 2008 (32 bits) and planning to add support for SQL Server 2008 (64 bits) soon. Misys states that it is responding to market needs to reduce the total cost of ownership and improve efficiencies. Summit V5.5 is a result of major investment by Misys in…

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Fundamentals: Running Database Engine Tuning Advisor and Selecting Indexes

 [Prior Post in Series]   [Next Post in Series] In my last post Fundamentals: Creating a Workload by Using a Trace Log, I illustrated how to create a workload. In this post, I will look at the complimentary step, using the log as input to the Database Engine Tuning Advisor to identify performance-improving indexes. This in-depth process takes some…

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