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Published By: Oracle ODA     Published Date: Aug 15, 2016
Businesses understand more than ever that they depend on data for insight and competitive advantage. And when it comes to data, they have always wanted easy access and fast performance. But how is the situation different now? Today, organizations want those elements and more. They want IT to strip away the limitations of time with faster deployment of new databases and applications. They want IT to reduce the limitations of distance by giving remote and branch offices better and more reliable access. And in a global world where business never stops, they want IT to ensure data availability around the clock. If IT can deliver databases and applications faster, on a more automated and consistent basis, to more locations without having to commit onsite resources, IT will be free to focus on more strategic projects.
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jul 06, 2017
Effectively using and managing information has become critical to driving growth in areas such as pursuing new business opportunities, attracting and retaining customers, and streamlining operations. In the era of big data, you must accommodate a rapidly increasing volume, variety and velocity of data while extracting actionable business insight from that data, faster than ever before. These needs create a daunting array of workload challenges and place tremendous demands on your underlying IT infrastructure and database systems. In many cases, these systems are no longer up to the task—so it’s time to make a decision. Do you use more staff to keep up with the fixes, patches, add-ons and continual tuning required to make your existing systems meet performance goals, or move to a new database solution so you can assign your staff to new, innovative projects that move your business forward?
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database, growth, big data, it infrastructure, information management
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: May 23, 2017
IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration helps tackle the challenges presented by big data. It delivers analytics at the speed of thought, always-available transactions, future-proof versatility, disaster recovery and streamlined ease-of-use to unlock the value of data.
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cloud strategy, database projects, disaster recover, geographic reach, large database, ibm, analytics, management optimization
    
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Published By: Datastax     Published Date: Apr 04, 2017
As the big data ecosystem continues to expand, new technologies are addressing the requirements for managing, processing, analyzing, and storing data to help companies benefit from the rich sources of information flowing into their organizations. From NoSQL databases to open source projects to commercial products offered on-premises and in the cloud, the future of big data is being driven by innovative new approaches across the data management lifecycle. The most pressing areas include real-time data processing, interactive analysis, data integration, data governance, and security. Download this report for a better understanding of the current landscape, emerging best practices and real-world successes.
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evolution, big data, technology, datastax, nosql
    
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Published By: Oracle PaaS/IaaS/Hardware     Published Date: Jul 25, 2017
"Businesses understand more than ever that they depend on data for insight and competitive advantage. And when it comes to data, they have always wanted easy access and fast performance. But how is the situation different now? Today, organizations want those elements and more. They want IT to strip away the limitations of time with faster deployment of new databases and applications. They want IT to reduce the limitations of distance by giving remote and branch offices better and more reliable access. And in a global world where business never stops, they want IT to ensure data availability around the clock. If IT can deliver databases and applications faster, on a more automated and consistent basis, to more locations without having to commit onsite resources, IT will be free to focus on more strategic projects."
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Published By: Objectivity     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
This paper is an overview of the issues that arise from implementing object persistence with a relational database. The basis for this paper is our recent experience with Object-Oriented projects that used relational database technology.
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c++, database development, web services, object oriented, database administrator, database administration, dba, objectivity, software development
    
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Mar 22, 2018
Paris Lodron University Salzburg is the biggest educational institution in the Salzburg region of Austria. The university undertakes innovative research and sees itself as an internationally networked knowledge hub at the heart of Europe. An Oracle Exadata Database Machine was deployed for these applications in 2012. The objectives pursued at the time—uninterrupted operation, resource conservation, and reduction of the CO2 footprint—were fully achieved. Facing increasing growth and with the undertaking of specialized projects, Paris Lodron University was faced with the task of adapting its IT infrastructure to new requirements.
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