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Native SQL Server Replication is not known for its performance, especially on low-bandwidth and/or high-latency networks. With NitroAccelerator you don’t have to consider expensive, cumbersome options such as WAN acceleration appliances, log shipping, or Always On Availability Groups. NitroAccelerator installs in minutes, does not require restarting SQL Server, and immediately begins accelerating your Native SQL Server replication connections to attain real-time performance, even over your slowest connections.

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// SPECIFICATIONS

SERVERS Windows 2008 and later

PC Vista and later

SQL SERVERS 2000 through 2017

// FEATURES

Adaptive packet compression dynamically adjusts TCP packet size based on the data

HyperCache technology provides substantial performance benefits by minimizing the transfer of data between endpoints

Intelligent protocol detection enables compression of non-native TDS implementations like Java applications

Encryption secures network traffic between endpoints

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1) Download and install your 15-day free trial with default configuration

2) Run the Speed Test to get baseline results of application performance, replication, and data movement

3) Install NitroAccelerator on your selected endpoints and run the Speed Test again to compare results

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*If you do not experience a significant increase in network performance, reach out to us for a free configuration appointment.

With NitroAccelerator, our SQL Server replication latency was reduced up to 80%. Since we are running replication on hundreds of servers around the world, this improvement has enabled us to deliver better customer service and has allowed us to continue to expand our business into new regions and countries.

Paul Wilson
Compuware