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Posted:  07 Jun 2011
Published:  07 Jun 2011
Format:  HTML
Type:  Resource
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Despite the best efforts of IT managers and architects, many IT environments today are a hodgepodge of applications, databases and middleware that have either been inherited through siloed buying decisions or through M&A activity. Add this to the complexity of configuring, optimizing and maintaining database software from multiple vendors, none of which are standardized on a common SQL syntax or architecture. Learn why database administration should matter to you and how choosing the right database systems can ease your anxiety.






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