Has anyone in the community had the opportunity to use the nitrosphere solution on an Enterprise Geodatabase using MS SQL Server? The idea would be to compress network traffic in order to improve performance.
If you have used it, what has been your experience? Is it feasible to improve the overall performance for viewing and editing elements?
With Nitrosphere's easy-to-deploy, low-maintenance endpoint-based software, you can be sure that your network traffic is optimized in the most secure and efficient way possible.
- Improve application performance
- Improve query speed
- Reduce replication delay
- Reduce server I/O timeouts