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What is SQL Server and ASE?


A ASE (SQL Server) is simply a Unix process. It is also known as the database engine. It has multiple threads to handle asynchronous I/O and other tasks. The number of threads spawned is the number of engines (more on this in a second) times five. This is the current implementation of Sybase System 10, 10.0.1 and 10.0.2 on IRIX 5.3.

Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) has long been noted for its reliability, low total cost of ownership and superior performance. With its latest version, ASE 15, it has been dramatically enhanced to deliver capabilities urgently needed by enterprises today. It lays the long-term foundation for strategic agility and continuing innovation in mission-critical environments. ASE 15 provides unique security options and a host of other new features that boost performance while reducing operational costs and risk. Find out how you can exploit new technologies such as grids and clusters, service-oriented architectures and real-time messaging.

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