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Documentum benchmark study shows lower costs for users

by | Apr 21, 2009

A study done in part by Microsoft shows the power of DocumentumA new study by EMC, in conjunction with HP and Microsoft, shows the power and speed of its enterprise content management (ECM) solution Documentum.

The company says that the benchmark study of 100,000 Documentum 6.5 users is 10 times larger than any other study of its kind and should give confidence to companies that employ Documentum and Microsoft”s SQL Server 2008 which could result in a reduced system footprint and overall reduction of cost.

In the study the company it was able to conduct 748,000 transactions per hour with an average response time of 0.86 seconds and 878 application server hits per second.

Dan Neault, general manager of SQL server marketing at Microsoft, said that the findings show that companies can get positive results even in these trying economic times.

"These benchmark results are further evidence of how enterprise customers today can use state-of-the-art software, such as Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and Microsoft Windows Server 2008, for breakthrough results," he said.

In February, EMC and Microsoft announced their partnership would continue through 2011 with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer saying at the time that he hoped the collaboration would "help businesses build extremely efficient and agile IT systems."ADNFCR-1861-ID-19130056-ADNFCR