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  • Powering a New Era of Collaboration and Simulation

    Teams in visual industries like Architecture, Engineering, and Construction, Media and Entertainment, Product Design and Manufacturing, and Industrial Manufacturing are facing unique challenges. They’re inundated as they collaborate on complex assets while using multiple software applications, from different geographic locations, on different machines. Having experienced these workflow challenges first-hand, NVIDIA designers, creators, and engineers set out to improve their efficiency and productivity -- the ultimate catalyst for the creation of NVIDIA Omniverse.

  • Powering a New Era of Collaboration and Simulation in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC)

    Collaboration and communication of design intent rank high among the many challenges project teams face when designing buildings. These become even more difficult with remote and geographically dispersed team members. The need to translate and composite data from different software tools, datasets, and other project contributors complicates matters and slows down the design process. Today, there’s a growing demand for more efficient team collaboration during design, faster iteration on high-fidelity renders, and the expectation of accurate photorealistic simulation. NVIDIA Omniverse delivers unique capabilities to address each of these needs.

  • Powering a New Era of Collaboration and Simulation in Media & Entertainment

    The film, television, and broadcast industries are undergoing rapid change as new production pipelines emerge to address the growing demand for high-quality content from a globally distributed workforce. NVIDIA Omniverse gives design teams the ability to create, iterate, and collaborate on assets using a variety of creative applications to deliver real-time results.

  • Query Optimization: Tips and Tricks from the Experts

    This eBook is packed with several articles from SQL Server experts about how to go about optimizing queries by using the tools that SQL Server offers along with viewing query plans using Plan Explorer. Some of the topics include understanding query plans, cardinality estimates, estimated rows, indexes, lookups and more.

  • Understanding the Fundamentals of Database Performance

    Databases can be a performance bottleneck for a lot of applications, and developers and system administrators don’t always understand why. This paper discusses how database engines work and what you need to look for and evaluate when reviewing your workloads. It also looks at the internal operations of the database engine, to see how they can affect overall server performance. Lastly, this eBook delve into some approaches for optimizing performance and see how to identify anti-patterns in your database queries.

  • Identifying Database Performance Problems in Multi-Database Environments

    Is your application slow, or is it just you? Slow applications frustrate users and impose very real costs. Most applications rely on databases, and this makes database performance analysis an increasingly important topic of exploration. This tech brief provides an overview of database performance analysis software and why it’s important to your business.

  • Troubleshooting SQL Server Performance

    In this four-part guide, SolarWinds Head Geek Kevin Kline walks through the process of identifying and resolving SQL Server performance problems by using SQL Server’s native tools.

  • Virtualizing SQL Server: Strategies and Best Practices

    Server consolidation is the top reason companies virtualize systems as companies realized they can reduce their server overhead to save money on power, cooling, space, networking, cables, and even the hardware warranty. In fact, SQL Server(R) virtualization is an expectation today. SolarWinds Head Geek, Kevin Kline, shares strategies and best practices for virtualizing SQL Server to ensure high performance and easier troubleshooting.

  • Why is Database Performance Analyzer a Smart Investment for Your Team?

    As companies move databases into the cloud, addressing performance issues isn’t as easy as it was when everything was on-premises. It is expensive to scale up cloud services to improve performance. A better, more sustainable approach would be to help make sure your workload is tuned, so you’re scaling resources for good reasons—more processing needs of the business, not just supporting inefficiencies.

  • Manage the Multiple Database Journey

    Learn how you can implement a technology built specifically for SQL query performance, monitoring, analysis, and tuning, which supports not only the leading open-source databases like MySQL and PostgreSQL, but also Oracle, Azure® SQL Database, and Microsoft.

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