In this week's Computer Weekly, we take an in-depth look at the technology and digital policies in the main political parties' election manifestos. We examine the rise of alternatives to relational databases that better support a big data environment. And we assess the security issues around container technology. Read the issue now.
In this TechTarget e-guide we sit down with two seasoned SQL Server experts as they relay their experience SQL Server 2016. Access this e-guide and you'll find out how SQL Server 2016 is already better tuning queries, identifying problematic workloads and much more.
Agile Software Development is one of the most effective methodologies to develop application software. This paper examines and compares RDBMS with several object persistence methods within the context of Agile Software Development by quantifying the impact of these methods on the velocity and success of an agile application development project.
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.
Read this white paper to learn the advantages of column-based databases, and see if it's right for your organization. Some of the key findings include how column-based databases perform faster and require less maintenance, while also performing better with analytic applications.
In order to separate their products from Oracle's relational database, SAP claims integration with Sybase will deliver database capabilities as well as the ability to analyze data in real time. Access this expert e-guide to learn more about the steps SAP has been taking to differentiate their offerings from Oracle.
This paper discusses the growing need for high-performance database management, without disrupting applications and the operations of the datacenter. It discusses issues of performance versus durability and how an in-memory database strategy can be used to provide better high-speed, high-volume data management without sacrificing data integrity.