Microsoft SQL Server on Silk

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MS SQL + Silk's Proven Performance Means You'll Get...

Number of rows loaded in one second
Amount of data loaded into a SQL database in less than an hour
The time it takes to scan a 73GB data table

Silk Solves Your Microsoft SQL Server in the Cloud Challenges

Experience life on the cloud with no restrictions. Boost the performance of your Microsoft SQL workloads while spending a whole lot less on your cloud budget.

No IOPS or
Throughput Limitation

With no limit on throughput, IOPS, or disk size, you can easily scale up without the need for more VMs. Silk offers the same — or better — performance as on-prem, sub-millisecond latency, and the ability to dynamically scale performance up and down automatically.

Block Size Agnostic

Inconsistent block sizes can dramatically hinder the performance of your entire database. Silk’s patent-protected technology allows for consistent low latency and ultra-high performance that is completely independent of Read/Write block size or pattern.

Shared Volumes
Allowing Clusters

Your SQL Server database is more accessible than ever with Silk. The Silk Platform makes it possible to access your data from any VM.

Zero-Footprint Snapshots

Create snapshots instantly with no performance impact and without taking up any additional capacity. Snapshots can be mounted for read/write purposes, serving to create additional working environments, at a very low cost to capacity. All with availability across zones, regions, and environments.

Let's Look At the Numbers

IOPS of MSSQL on the Cloud vs MSSQL on the Cloud Powered By SILK
Cloud Managed SQL vs Cloud Managed SQL Powered By SILK

How Silk Does It Better

10x Higher
Performance and Scale

Over 1 million IOPS and 20 GB/s throughput with consistent sub-millisecond latency.

Rock Solid Resiliency
and Availability

No single-point-of-failure, full availability covering zone and region outages, and effective disaster recovery.

Better Cost

Alleviate the requirement for vCPUs… and the corresponding license requirements.