DBSophic’s workload tuning solution used to optimize performance of Logimatic’s flagship Sertica application

JERUSALEM, Israel, January 4, 2012 – DBSophic, an innovative provider of performance management products for SQL Server based applications, announced the deployment of its Qure Optimizer solution at Logimatic. Qure Optimizer is the first product to implement workload tuning, a new approach to SQL Server performance optimization. Unlike traditional query-by-query tuning techniques, workload tuning optimizes the entire database workload automatically.

Logimatic used DBSophic’s SQL Server tuning solution to improve the performance of the company’s Sertica product. Sertica is widely used by both maritime and industrial companies to manage maintenance, purchasing and fleets. The Sertica application relies on an underlying SQL Server database, which had previously been the cause of performance bottlenecks.

Thanks to Qure Optimizer, Logimatic has been able to provide better performance times for the Sertica product, thereby increasing customer satisfaction and growing potential future revenues for the Logimatic group.

A free trial version of Qure Optimizer, as well as a white paper about workload tuning, may be downloaded from the DBSophic website.

About Logimatic

Logimatic is an international engineering and IT company with more than 20 years of experience in sales, implementation and support of in-house developed software solutions. The group’s solutions focus on logistics management, maintenance and procurement, and overall management of a company’s production processes. The Logimatic group is based in Denmark.

About DBSophic

DBSophic is an innovative provider of performance management products for SQL Server based applications. While traditional SQL Server tuning tools focus on individual query optimization, DBSophic delivers automatic workload tuning. By optimizing the entire application-to-database workload, DBSophic's solutions help companies achieve unparalleled gains in SQL Server performance for their enterprise applications.

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