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Principled Technologies Found That a Latest-Generation Dell PowerEdge R760 Server Processed 84% More MySQL Database Activity Than a Previous-Generation Solution

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Durham, NC, June 07, 2023 –(PR.com)– Upgrading server hardware and software can offer multiple benefits to a business. Replacing older servers that support online transaction processing (OLTP) workloads with new ones that deliver higher performance could mean processing more ecommerce transactions, enabling more efficient inventory management, and more. To measure the performance improvements organizations might expect from such an upgrade, PT ran a MySQL workload on two solutions: a latest-generation Dell PowerEdge R760 server with VMware vSphere 8.0 and a previous-generation Dell PowerEdge R750 server with VMware vSphere 7.0. During testing, they also looked at potential benefits of Dell Live Optics.

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