This report uses a comprehensive methodology to bring third-party, objective ROI analysis to organizations considering the use of Informix. The conclusion? IBM Informix delivers high performance and cost efficiency, including administration efficiency, reduced downtime, improved server utilization, and reduced support costs.
For customers running Sybase ASE 12.5 on Solaris 8, the long-planned end of support for that platform means that they must move their workloads to a new environment or face special support contracts. Moving to HP infrastructure brings immediate payback through lower support costs and reduction in power and cooling requirements.
This expert guide can help you build a database fast enough to handle today's application and business needs. Inside, experts discuss management strategies and tools that can help you enhance database performance.
This report compares the costs and compression, automation, workload management, and optimization capabilities of DB2 Advanced Enterprise Server Edition (AESE) versus Oracle Database 11g. It also emphasizes the importance of performance management tooling as a means of lowering total cost of ownership (TCO).
NoetixViews transforms the complexity of the Oracle E-Business Suite database into recognizable business views of data that are used to create operational reports and ad hoc queries. NoetixViews enables faster, easier and more cost-effective access to information stored in the Oracle E-Business Suite data structure. Read this paper to learn more.
Amidst the wealth of literature aimed at enterprises hoping to leverage Software as a Service (SaaS) applications it can be difficult for independent software vendors (ISVs) to find useful information and best practices to ease their transition to cloud delivery. Read this in-depth presentation transcript to find out what ISVs need to know.
With support for IBM DB2 for z/OS Version 8 retiring in April 2012, customers will have the option to skip a level and upgrade straight to DB2 10. This e-book is designed to help customers decide whether they are a good candidate to make this leap and provides best practices for planning an effective migration strategy.
In-memory database technology is emerging as a key means of boosting performance in mainstream IT applications. Carl Olofson from IDC discusses how an in-memory database strategy can provide better high speed, high volume data management for your applications. ASE's new In-memory Databases Option is also described. Watch this webcast to learn more.