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.
Becoming more digital has emerged as a ruling concept among forward-looking organisations in recent years. Now, while having multi-channel engagement with customers is a big aspect of digital, so too is attracting and retaining the employees who can make a reality of digital transformation.
This white paper offers a four-step approach to overcoming the key challenges of an Oracle E-Business Suite R12 upgrade. According to 152 surveyed IT managers, the top issues they'd like to see addressed are: cost and effort estimation, cost justification and impact analysis.
Leverage the IBM DB2 product’s out-of-the-box support for SQL and PL/SQL to enable many Oracle applications to execute against DB2 software virtually unchanged. Get an overview of its PL/SQL compatibility features. Whether you want to switch to DB2 or extend your DBMS vendor support, now is your time.
Before upgrading to SQL Server 2008 R2, there are a few things you need to know to determine if an upgrade is the right decision for your company. This expert e-guide from SearchSQLServer.com details how to evaluate the ROI of a SQL Server 2008 R2 upgrade.
Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) may be easy to deploy and easy to manage, but it's not without its own security challenges. Evaluating a provider is an important first step, but where do you go from there? In this e-guide, we explore 3 key steps to ensuring secure cloud database services. Discover how to make your DBaaS migration safe and successful.
In this expert e-guide, we examine some of the different Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) offerings. Learn about the effect DevOps is having on database administration, the possibilities for Hadoop analytics in the cloud, alternatives to AWS database services, and more.
This data sheet highlights the features and facts for the Sun Oracle Database Machine, the world's fastest for any type of database workload, and the only database machine that runs transaction processing applications.