June 15, 2010 - (Free Research) This paper discusses the growing need for high-performance database management, without disrupting applications and the operations of the datacenter. It discusses issues of performance versus durability and how an in-memory database strategy can be used to provide better high-speed, high-volume data management without sacrificing data integrity.
October 26, 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.
April 16, 2012 - (Free Research) <p>This paper explains how modeling information architecture (IA) can help reduce the costs associated with data management. Read this now and learn about the benefits of implementing IA and how Sybase's option offers modeling support for database design and enterprise architecture.</p>
June 15, 2010 - (Free Research) Data is the lifeblood of organizations but few organizations take an asset-based, comprehensive approach to it. It drives too much cost because of redundant proliferation, poor synchronization across applications and lack of comprehensive availability policies. Read this paper to learn how effective data integration strategies can help.
March 2008 - (Free Research) Embarcadero® ER/Studio®, an industry-leading data modeling tool, helps companies discover, document, and re-use data assets while providing intuitive reverse engineering, logical modeling, and physical modeling.
Recovery Manager for SharePoint is an enterprise recovery solution that provides emergency access to all SharePoint content all the time. With Recovery Manager, any recovered content can be restored to any SharePoint instance or saved to a file system. Get your business-critical data back online before the entire server farm comes back.
September 2011 - (Free Research) This customer reference booklet contains a sample of real business results that organizations around the world, across a variety of industries, have achieved by upgrading and standardizing on Oracle Database 11g.
June 2011 - (Free Research) This white paper explains how by partitioning databases based on the lifecycles of the information and compressing historical data, IT departments can reduce their dependency on high-end storage, reduce their incremental storage costs, keep more data online for longer periods, and improve the performance of applications.
June 2010 - (Free Research) To properly protect the information at the database layer there are a number of comprehensive measures that need to be taken. With this paper Tanya Baccum, SANS Institute analyst, examines these measures for holistically protecting Oracle database from inside out.
May 2012 - (Free Research) The intent of this paper (neither explain SQL Server 2012 nor be a EMC buying guide ) is simply to highlight enough information on each, so that IT managers can focus on the database system and storage hardware relationship.
June 2012 - (Free Research) Read this paper to learn how Oracle Solaris and the SPARC T4 processor can help you manage your costs for existing infrastructures or for new enterprise cloud infrastructure design. Discover how Solaris works cohesively with SPARC T4 systems and other Oracle software to enable a handful of cloud-ready solutions.
February 2011 - (Free Research) This white paper offers a cost-effective information management solution that optimizes storage infrastructures while also maintaining the performance and scalability that businesses require.
February 2012 - (Free Research) This white paper challenges the x86 processor trend, demonstrating that modern mainframe technology represents a scale-up option to the current racks filled with blades. It looks at the way organizations can benefit in terms of improved agility, increased reliability and cost savings by consolidating Oracle databases onto IBM’s zEnterprise.
November 2011 - (Free Research) In this brief e-guide, you will learn tips to manage the entire lifecycle of both structured and unstructured information, keys to effective EIM deployment, best practices to optimize the business value of successful data management processes and more.
December 2010 - (Free Research) This paper will provide best practice configuration guidelines for using latest storage and server technology (Oracle's Sun FlashFire technology storage devices along with Oracle's Sun servers) to optimize such simulation management solutions.
May 2011 - (Free Research) IDC claims that "development and test databases remain an area of astonishing waste in terms of both storage and staffing costs at many organizations." Delphix provides a simple and effective way to overcome these obstacles.
March 2012 - (Free Research) This expert tip guide from SearchBusinessAnalytics.com is an excellent starting point on your quest to discover if you're equipped to handle the onslaught of big data. Take a few minutes to read this resource now and learn best practices to help you navigate the challenges associated with big data.
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.
July 2012 - (Free Research) Based on research gathered through a survey of 240 BI professionals, BI expert Wayne Eckerson presents his findings in this insightful e-book to let you know where the current market of BI technology stands. Read on to learn about different types of BI users and the capabilities they require, BI architectures and so much more.
October 2009 - (Free Research) Double-Take Software provides organizations with a solution that offers distinct recovery and protection advantages over manual Microsoft SQL built-in replication capabilities: Double-Take Availability saves more data real-time and restores that data in a much faster manner.