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October 6, 1998

SYBASE ROLLS OUT FOURTH AND FINAL SOFTWARE STUDIO

By CBR Staff Writer

Sybase Inc yesterday used the opening of its new technology solutions center in New York (see separate story) to unveil the fourth and final addition to its series of software studios. Enterprise Data Studio is an all-in-one software suite that incorporates the latest version of the company’s core relational database, Adaptive Server Enterprise 11.9.2 alongside its data access and data replication technologies. The new version of Adaptive Server features new locking capabilities, query optimization and recovery enhancements. The database giant said Sybase Enterprise Data Studio is the first data management platform that can integrate with existing data sources from multi-vendor databases and packaged applications on multiple platforms and in multiple locations. The announcement marks the fourth and final roll-out of Sybase’s software studios, the others being: Application studio (an integrated product set for application development and deployment); Anywhere studio (an integrated product set for the mobile environment) and Warehouse studio (integrated products to enable companies to deploy and manage data warehouses). Now the aim is to mix and match different modules from the four studios and package them for specific vertical sectors, Sybase said. The company also announced EnterpriseConnect, combining data integration and data replication technologies to allow organizations to integrate distributed IT systems. The replication software supports multiple data sources including Oracle, Sybase, MVS, VSAM and AS/400. The integration element allows businesses to integrate over 25 different types of data sources including all of the above plus Microsoft SQL Server. Additionally, Sybase’s data access and movement capabilities provide organizations with a single view of their data regardless of where it is stored. Both products are expected to ship in the fourth quarter 1998.

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