In Oracle® database environments, Dell/EMC storage technologies help simplify and enhance the time-consuming replication process while enabling application-level consistency and recovery to previous points in time.
This white paper describes how to rapidly recover Microsoft SQL Server 2005 environments. The solution is based on the Quick Recovery feature of Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows 4.3 coupled with supporting technology from Microsoft and HP.
Migrating away from older versions of Oracle that require expensive extended contracts is a choice many companies are making to cut costs over the long term. Find out the best practices that can help ensure your next Oracle system upgrade is an economical success. Read the White Paper >>
Read this customer success story to discover why Sony Online Entertainment replaced it's existing Oracle database solution with EnterpriseDB's Postgres Plus® Advanced Server, providing enhanced performance, scalability, and cost savings.
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.
IT organizations face many data challenges. Data distribution rates and the quantity of data that consumers use is expanding exponentially in the global marketplace. Read this e-book to gain an understanding of the Sybase Replication Server and learn a series of best practices to consider when implementing a database replication strategy.
VMware VM backups and cloud backups can improve workload protection by securing data but navigating the tools themselves can be intimidating. Dive into this e-guide to learn 6 VMware VM backup best practices and 3 cloud backup security guidelines to help you navigate this tricky landscape.
This guide describes the Oracle compatibility features of Postgres Plus Advanced Server. Oracle compatibility means that an application runs in an Oracle environment as well as in a Postgres Plus Advanced Server environment with minimal or no changes to the application code.