Pervasive SQL

Pervasive SQL

   Pervasive PsQL v11

          -Optimized for Multi-Core servers

          -64-bit windows and Linux ODBC Driver

          -Pervasive Backup agent and vss support

          -improved License administration

            -  support for iPv6

 

 

Overview

Pervasive PSQL™ is one of the most reliable, low maintenance, high-performance

database management systems in the world. Pervasive PSQL v11 offers important

additions – multi-core optimization, improved backup support with Pervasive

Backup Agent™ and VSS, enhanced 64-bit support, updated license

administration, IPv6 support and updated developer tools.

 

New Features

Optimized for Multi-core – Pervasive PSQL v11 is a parallel implementation of

Pervasive PSQL that includes several enhancements for multi-core:

   Improvements to the low-level synchronization mechanisms in the

transactional interface

   Multiple users can read the same cached file pages simultaneously

and their operations can proceed on multiple cores

   Multiple users accessing independent files can proceed on different cores

   Non-user activity such as checkpoint and log management can also use

additional cores

 

64-bit ODBC – Pervasive PSQL v11 supports the ODBC interface on native 64-bit

Windows and Linux operating systems with 64-bit architecture. The transactional and

relational interfaces for 64-bit Pervasive PSQL Server are now in the same common

address space.

 

Pervasive Backup Agent and VSS Support – Pervasive PSQL v11 offers two choices

for managing backups. A Pervasive Backup Agent license is included with each

Pervasive PSQL v11 license (version SP2 or later) and PSQL v11 Server for Windows

includes support for Microsoft’s Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS).

Improved License Administration – The License Administrator for Pervasive PSQL v11

offers several new features including license alert messages and troubleshooting tips,

built in interval to correct licensing issues before keys are disabled, increased number

of authorizations and a counter to help keep track of remaining authorizations.

 

IPv6 Support – Pervasive PSQL v11 supports IPv6 for Btrieve and DTI access methods on Windows and Linux operating systems. Both

access methods function correctly in an IPv4 environment, an IPv6 environment or an environment that combines the two. No special

configurations of Pervasive PSQL are required.

ADO.NET Provider 3.5 – Pervasive PSQL ADO.NET Data Provider 3.5 supports the new features in .NET Framework 3.5 SP1. Provider 3.5

will run under the .NET Framework 4.0 with support for all the Entity Framework 1.0 features. For developers still using the ADO.NET

Provider 3.2, both versions 3.2 and 3.5 are installed by default with the Pervasive PSQL v11 database engine.

PDAC for Delphi XE2, RAD Studio XE, 2010 and 2009  – PDAC for Pervasive PSQL v11 includes support for Embarcadero’s Delphi XE2 and

RAD Studio XE, 2010 and 2009 development environments.

 

what YOu shOuLD KNOw aBOut MuLti-COre

The Problem: New server hardware purchased today will have a minimum of dual core and most are being sold with quad and

eight-way cores. Users may notice performance problems with applications that have not been redesigned to take advantage

of the new processors. This is because managing multiple cores consumes considerable operating system resources. The

problem becomes especially noticeable in applications that have multiple users accessing shared data. Unless the software

has been written to run processes in parallel, the overhead of managing multiple cores may slow down your application.

The Solution: Pervasive PSQL v11 has been optimized for multi-core so existing Pervasive PSQL applications can easily take

advantage of the newest hardware. Upgrading is simple because Pervasive PSQL v11 is backward compatible with previous

versions of Pervasive PSQL.

 

Pervasive PsQL COMPetitive aDvaNtages

 

Lowest Total Cost of Ownership – An independent study conducted by Aberdeen Group concluded that no major database product

can match Pervasive PSQL’s low total cost of ownership. A primary reason why is Pervasive PSQL’s Zero Database Administrator

architecture. Easy-to-use tools, bulletproof installation, and set-it-and-forget-it simplicity make Pervasive PSQL the perfect

workhorse for applications.

Large Database Features at an Affordable Price – Cost-effective Pervasive PSQL offers full security, encryption, management and

monitoring tools, plus a host of other features you would expect to see in more expensive DBMS products.

Legendary Stability and Reliability – There’s no doubt why the Windows desktop accounting market uses Pervasive PSQL as the

underlying database of choice. Pervasive PSQL’s solid reputation is based on product longevity – as one customer puts it, 

“Pervasive PSQL just runs and runs and runs.”

Backward Compatibility – Pervasive has over a 25-year history of delivering reliable database upgrades. Pervasive PSQL v11

delivers years of backward compatibility.