As a Global Launch Partner, OpenText Solutions Are Set to Take Full Advantage of Microsoft Corp.’s New Database Platform
WATERLOO, ON May 22, 2012
The tests achieved unprecedented levels for ingestion and disposition of email messages. According to the benchmark study, the OpenText Email Monitoring solution running on SQL Server 2012 processed 14.8 million messages in 24 hours. This far exceeds any known published benchmark results for email monitoring solutions and is approximately 15 times higher than the typical message ingestion volume for large organizations that process 1-1.5 million messages per day.
Managing the massive flood of email flowing through enterprises has emerged as a major challenge for all organizations. Part of the OpenText ECM Suite, the OpenText Email Monitoring solution pulls all of an organization’s email into a managed environment where it is classified and archived or discarded. This helps organizations keep a lid on storage costs, meet retention requirements and streamline e-Discovery processes.
While the test focused on a specific component within the OpenText ECM Suite, the results are relevant to the full range of OpenText applications. This is because the suite’s Enterprise Library layer, which provides a common integration layer for all components in the suite, uses SQL Server 2012 as one of its supported database platforms as do individual content applications. OpenText also works closely with Microsoft to provide enterprise-wide information governance solutions that work with Microsoft SharePoint.
OpenText Support as a Global Launch Partner for SQL Serve r 2012
As a Global Launch Partner, OpenText is well-positioned to help enterprise content management (ECM) and business process management (BPM) customers take advantage of new SQL Server 2012 capabilities around performance, scalability, security and information access. SQL Server 2012 supports OpenText’s mission to help enterprises claim, control and capitalize on content.
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