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SQL Abstraction for NoSQL Databases Databases
It can be difficult to use SQL properly within NoSQL structures. This solution brief highlights the ways that CData Software provides SQL access to NoSQL data through their drivers. Continue on to learn more about the different mapping and flattening techniques used and see vendor examples that highlight the performance and usability in real life.

TOPICS: .NET
CData Software

DevOps for the Database
While a well-run database can be a true boon for your company, a poorly managed database can cost you time, money, and people—not to mention your sanity. While DevOps is a set of best practices best understood outside of databases, it doesn’t have to be that way. Read on to learn how DevOps and databases fit together and the benefits of the two.

SolarWinds, Inc.

Jargon buster guide to database management
This Jargon Buster e-guide to contemporary database management is an aid to stepping back and thinking afresh about an area of enterprise IT that has many decades of heritage. Or, as many sometimes (arguably rudely) put it, legacy.

ComputerWeekly.com

The Total Economic Impact™ Of Nutanix Era
Read this Forrester Total Economic Impact report to learn how Nutanix Era’s simplified database management enables efficiency, standardization, cost savings, and better employee experiences that result in an ROI of 291% and a payback period of under 6 months.

Nutanix

5 Questions To Ask When Designing Highly Available Databases
Since each minute of database downtime can cost organizations an estimated $5,600 a minute, smart businesses are making sure that they invest in high availability databases. Read this white paper to learn the 5 questions you should be asking yourself when designing a high availability database.

EnterpriseDB

Infographic: NoSQL Databases
NoSQL databases are geared toward managing large sets of varied and frequently updated data, often in distributed systems or the cloud. They avoid the rigid schemas associated with relational databases. But the architectures themselves vary and are separated into four primary classifications, although types are blending over time.

ComputerWeekly.com

Database Protection
As more data is created, a company’s database becomes more valuable, and the role of the database administrator becomes increasingly difficult. The fundamental need to protect, recover and archive data remains, but those tasks are now more complex.Explore this e-book to learn more about the challenges faced by database and backup administrators.

TOPICS: .NET
Rubrik

How Should CIOs Balance Cloud Database Performance With Cost Control?
Many arguments for moving to the cloud are financial, since you can scale on demand and pay for what you need with most cloud services. But that doesn’t mean your cloud databases will always be cheaper than your old database architecture. Read on to learn the full depth of considerations CIOs need to make when trying to govern cloud database costs.

Quest

Database Management
Database monitoring is essential for all organizations. It helps maximize database uptime, deliver database queries quickly, and allows your employees to maintain a high level of productivity. Now, there is a platform that allows you do gain deeper insights into database health and can pinpoint performance issues in minutes. Read on to learn more.

TOPICS: .NET
SolarWinds, Inc.

Why NoSQL Databases?
Dive into this white paper for an overview of the modern challenges that NoSQL databases address, and discover why choosing NoSQL over relational may be the best move for your organization.

TOPICS: .NET
Couchbase