Database transactions have been reviewed, resulting in an increase of overall performance.
What does DBT stand for?
DBT stands for Database Transaction
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We have 70 other meanings of DBT in our Acronym Attic
- Direct Broadcast Satellite Television (News Corporation)
- District Based Support Team (educational support group; South African Schools Act; South Africa)
- Double Bituminous Surface Treatment
- Double British Summer Time (WWII era time zone)
- Database of Sequence Tagged Sites
- Direction des Bourses et Secours Universitaires (French: Directorate of Scholarships and University Aid)
- Deutscher Beach Soccer Verband (Germany)
- Deutscher Blinden-und Sehbehindertenverband eV (German: German Association of the Blind and Visually Impaired)
- Deutscher Boots- und Schiffbauer-Verband (German: German Boat and Shipbuilders Association)
- Data Base Testuale (Italian: Textual Database)
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So, in summary, the 15,000 RPM drives are a significant move towards the continued increase of performance across individual drives, as well as the overall performance increase of today's advanced RAID subsystems for both large sequential data transfers, as well as 110-intensive database transactions.
00 MSI MetiLinx(TM) Reduces Application Server Host Development Time By 70% and Makes Internet and Intranet Database Transactions 60% Faster.
It is a high performance, standalone, enterprise-class appliance that inspects database transactions in real-time, enforces security policies, alerts on suspicious activities and captures audit trails for compliance reporting, security forensics and electronic discovery.
Transparency Business Actions fill an IT management void exposed as the traditional database transaction layer has been eliminated in modern application architectures; the critical junction to understanding, monitoring and controlling data access.
The Need for Apdex Application response time, round-trip network delay, server responsiveness, database transactions per second and number of turns, are all attempts to measure how well an IT infrastructure is performing.
The intelligent I/O bookmarks introduced on the Kashya KBX5000 CDP uniquely enable administrators to protect critical data by automatically tagging database transaction activity within the CDP history volume.
For most popular hardware vendor and third party software applications, optional modules include Distributed Network Protocol Analysis (DNPA), WebTransactions Module, Database Transactions Module, E-mail Transactions Module, and Premium Management Packs.