February 2009 - (Free Research) Maintaining only current active data in production environments improves service levels, increases availability and improves disaster recovery initiatives. Read this paper to learn how archiving allows organizations to reclaim valuable capacity, reduce risk and lower costs.
January 2012 - (Free Research) This report compares the costs and compression, automation, workload management, and optimization capabilities of DB2 Advanced Enterprise Server Edition (AESE) versus Oracle Database 11g. It also emphasizes the importance of performance management tooling as a means of lowering total cost of ownership (TCO).
October 2011 - (Free Research) Database as a Service (DaaS) is emerging as soild option for enterprise database management. However, many IT professionals are questioning the perforamce and secutiry of DaaS. Read this white paper to learn more about DaaS and how it can measure up to on-premise databases.
June 2012 - (Free Research) As data pools continue multiplying, more and more organizations are moving their growing volumes of data out of disk-based storage systems and remote relational databases and into machine memory. But there’s more to be said about in-memory data storage. Check out this resource to discover the top ten reasons to store more data in memory.
June 2013 - (Free Research) In this resource, discover an in-memory analytical platform that's purpose-built for complex analytics. Learn how this relational database can help you handle the growing volume, velocity, and variety of data in your enterprise efficiently and effectively.
November 2008 - (Free Research) After briefly considering and rejecting an open-source tool, Harvell and his team selected Vertica Analytic Database 2.0, as it is a high-speed, relational SQL database management system.
November 2010 - (Free Research) This paper will define what column-based relational databases do and how they do it, and where they have advantages (and disadvantages) compared to traditional approaches. This in turn will lead to a discussion of the sort of environments for which columns are best suited.
June 2009 - (Free Research) As organizations continue to employ larger data warehouses, the need for performance will continue to outpace the capabilities of traditional relational databases. This paper explores the data explosion and why column-oriented database systems are able to provide the boost needed to gain the performance edge.
June 2010 - (Free Research) SQL Anywhere® is a comprehensive package providing data management and data movement technologies that enable the rapid development and deployment of database-powered applications. SQL Anywhere offers enterprise caliber databases that scale from 64-bit servers with thousands of users down to small handheld devices.
June 2012 - (Free Research) Big data requires real-time access to data, scalability, and non-disruptive technology - qualities that relational databases just don't have. In this resource, discover how an in-memory data grid (IMDG) addresses the challenges posed by big data and application performance, and learn how one particular data grid can benefit your IT department.
March 2013 - (Free Research) In this E-Guide, discover what the experts are saying about database consolidation for Oracle -- how not to lose functionality, why to consolidate, and some best practices therein. Also included is an in-depth discussion of session schema management, as part of a series on Oracle database consolidation.
November 2009 - (Free Research) In this transcript of the "Data Warehousing Basics for SQL Server Analysis Services" webcast, learn how to build your data warehouse for your SQL Server environment. Discover the necessary steps involved and learn about major concepts, including relational data warehousing and supported SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) storage formats.
April 2010 - (Free Research) Businesses are constantly producing complex that needs to be analyzed quickly for critical business needs and decisions. Watch this videocast to learn how Specialty Analytics Servers outperform traditional transaction processing systems in managing the deluge of data and information that is swamping businesses all around the world.
February 2011 - (Free Research) This paper examines how organizations can properly manage each type of SharePoint data withAvePoint’s DocAve Storage Optimization Suite in order to unleash SharePoint’s full potential and unlockthe key to quick cost savings for existing storage investments.
March 2012 - (Free Research) In the third issue of BI Trends and Strategies, learn from BeyeNETWORK experts William McKnight and David Loshin how to create a time-proof information management infrastructure, as well as five steps you can take to improve the quality of analytical data. Also learn about connectors for moving data between relational databases and Hadoop clusters.
August 2011 - (Free Research) The IBM XIV Storage System was designed to create a different enterprise storage reality. By listening carefully to customers—including Oracle users—IBM has designed a storage system that tackles real storage issues head-on. Read this white paper to learn more.
February 2012 - (Free Research) In this week’s Computer Weekly, we examine exclusive research into the investment priorities of UK IT decision-makers, which shows virtualisation, Windows 7 and security as the top areas for spending this year. We analyse the changing nature of database architecture; and the BBC’s Chief Technology Officer talks about IT plans for the broadcaster.
May 2013 - (Free Research) This case study explores an Italian fitness equipment manufacturer – with offices in Europe, the US, Asia, and the Middle East – that implemented a PCIe SSD solution to eliminate I/O bottlenecks and improve the overall performance of their entire IT infrastructure.
August 2010 - (Free Research) Authors quite commonly, and incorrectly, refer to the process of serialization as part of what is happening when an object database stores an object or object graph. This white paper debunks that misperception, and sets the record straight about the efficiency of object databases as brought about by the avoidance of serialization.
June 2012 - (Free Research) What's different about Microsoft's latest release, SQL Server 2012, that has midsize companies considering it for their big data analytics and data warehousing needs? Read this expert e-guide to find out. Also, find tips on choosing between SQL Server's native backup compression and third-party tools.