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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...
5 Jul 2013
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...
30 Oct 2012
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...
14 Jun 2012
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...
12 Jun 2012
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...
29 Nov 2011
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...
10 May 2011
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...
5 May 2011
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...
18 Apr 2011
Fundamentals: Improving Insert and Update Performance by Dropping Unused Indexes
[Prior Post in Series] [Next Post in Series] In my prior posts, I looked at adding indexes with Database Engine Tuning Advisor. In this post, I will look at the other side of the coin and delete indexes that are unused or that cost more resources than they save. Indexes primary use is to find records...
15 Apr 2011
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...
8 Apr 2011
Fundamentals: Creating a Workload by Using a Trace Log
[Next Post in Series] This is the kick-off post of a regular Friday series of posts, " Basic Skills for SQL Server ISV Administrators ". I have found that ISV Administrators are often Professional Engineers (P.E.) -- rich in business knowledge and light in Information Technology expertise. In this...
1 Apr 2011
Best Practices Analyzer for ISV SQL Servers to protect your company’s property
The intellectual property(IP) or other valuable information may be stored on SQL Server in your ISV product. Its value is more than credit card records (credit cards can be cancelled if lost, IP can’t). It may be the equivalent of a state secret for your firm. Microsoft provides two versions of...
7 Mar 2011
Migrating from Oracle to SQL Server
[Next Post in Series: Kronos Migration] My first experience with data migration dates from the 1970’s when a firm was moving from a Honeywell Mainframe (64KB of memory, no DASD -- just tape drives) to an IBM 4331 (2 MB of memory and DASD). In those days, computer manufacturers often had different...
4 Mar 2011
Right sizing ISV installations for the best bang for the buck!
SQL Server ISV
Author: This article is written by our contributing author Ken Lassesen. His bio can be found here . Recently I have seen two configurations that caused me to shake my head in disbelief. In reality, the problem is the classic one of people working off valid but stale past knowledge. Two...
28 Feb 2011
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