Big data is complex term to define and it often presents obstacles for businesses. Consult this resource to learn more about how you should look at big data from a business perspective. Find out how big data has changed the way that the business intelligence (BI) landscape operates.
In this week's Computer Weekly, our latest buyer's guide looks at software testing and code quality, and examines how to test effectively when using agile development. We find out about the latest techniques to defeat SQL injection attacks. And we talk to financial services firms about the benefits of data analytics. Read the issue now.
Consult this expert e-guide to find out how virtualizing SQL Server allows your organization to easily construct high-availability databases that don't involve the complexity and expense of Windows Clustering. It also discusses key ideas to keep in mind when virtualizing SQL servers.
This white paper highlights a solution that provides a 100 percent flash-based scale-out storage array that will help control the cost, deliver scalability and optimize efficiency of flash storage.
This case study takes an inside look at the success that leading social discovery site Twoo.com found with the right distributed SQL database – which allowed the company to accommodate dramatic traffic growth, ease management complexity, and more.
New products and trends in the technology industry change and evolve almost as quickly as the technology itself. In particular, SQL Server is a rapidly evolving market. This editorial e-zine features industry insight from leading companies and experts on the latest SQL Server trends.
This expert resource explores a virtualization strategy for reducing the licensing costs of Microsoft's SQL Server 2012 upgrade. Learn more about the benefits server virtualization can provide to your Microsoft environment.
This expert resource explains why more and more SMBs are implementing SQL Server-based business intelligence systems. Learn how to cost-effectively improve the performance of these platforms as well as how to overcome common concerns, including systems management.
Within any business, a number of applications exist that are critical to the success of the business. As a result, these applications and the systems they run on require a higher level of availability. The trade off with increasing application availability is an additional cost in terms of redundant hardware and complexity.