sponsored by Sybase, an SAP company
Posted:  08 Mar 2010
Published:  05 Mar 2010
Format:  PDF
Type:  eBook
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Running an IT organization in today’s corporate landscape is extremely challenging. Information is spread across servers globally, with consumers located at various locations worldwide. Data distribution rates and the quantity of data that consumers use is expanding exponentially. And in most cases IT budgets cannot keep pace with the need for additional IT resources or staffing to handle these challenges.

Increasing numbers of IT organizations are turning to database replication as a way to deal with the pressures of operating in today’s globalized corporate environment. They are doing so largely because, with advancements in technological products, moving large volumes of information across networks and onto destination servers is no longer cost-prohibitive. This chapter describes how database replication works and some of the more popular techniques for performing it.

Database replication solutions such as Sybase Replication Server can help organizations deal with these challenges. Read this e-book compliments of Sybase to gain a basic understanding of the Sybase Replication Server and learn a series of best practices to consider when implementing a database replication strategy.






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