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  • A Case Study for Kalibrate: A Cloud-Driven Adaptive Edge

    This case study demonstrates how Kalibrate, a next-gen SaaS solution provider, produced synergy by uniting its data and location intelligence to achieve a full and seamless eco-system through private cloud integration. Access now to take advantage of cloud SaaS and give your organization a cloud-driven adaptive edge.

  • A Case Study: Help for Heroes Taps Power of Cloud Computing

    Is your infrastructure adaptable enough to ensure that you can take full advantage of new technologies as they emerge? Read this case study to learn how the UK's leading military charity was able to futureproof its infrastructure, and ensure high performance across platforms and apps without excessive costs.

  • Strategies for Overcoming SQL Database Migration Limitations

    In this expert e-guide, we identify the major challenges of cloud-based relational database migrations. You'll find out what the specific obstacles are to your transition and get targeted advice for updating your database.

  • Five Quick Tips on Microsoft Azure Management

    Since 2015, Microsoft claims its cloud service has seen an increase in adoption with more than 10,000 new customers signing up for Azure each week. This e-guide explores five resources to help you get better acquainted with some of the key features of Microsoft's cloud offering.

  • Managing Azure Development With More Than Just Native Tools

    Some development practices are common across programming languages, platforms and application areas, but developing for the cloud is different. In this e-guide, learn three key points to keep in mind when building applications for Microsoft's Windows Azure.

  • Facing the Challenges of Migrating Applications to the Azure Cloud

    The potential challenges that could arise when you migrate an application from an on-premises infrastructure to the Microsoft Azure cloud may be due to the complexity of your application. In this e-guide, explore different application types to uncover how to alleviate these app migration pain points.

  • Selecting the Right Management Tool for Advanced Azure Usage

    In this expert e-guide, we explore the use of the Azure Management Console, examine its capabilities, and explain how you can achieve even more advanced Azure usage. You'll find out which management tool works best for your business and get the information you need to make a strategic decision.

  • Four Principles of AWS Cost Management

    The cost of moving applications from on-premises infrastructure to a cloud service can be compared to going from a fixed-price, all-you-can-eat buffet to an à la carte cafeteria. This exclusive e-guide takes a look at AWS cost management for enterprises by exploring four key principles of the AWS pricing philosophy.

  • Experts Predict Hottest AWS Features and Services For 2016

    Some AWS features drew more attention than others in 2015. Customers turned to hybrid and multi-cloud models, cloud providers upped the ante on services, and new features rolled out to address the rising demand in server-less computing. In this e-guide, our experts answer a couple of questions on what to expect from AWS in 2016.

  • Don't Leave Legacy Apps Behind During an AWS Migration

    Migrating existing applications, especially legacy apps, to the cloud can either be a make-it-or-break-it process. This exclusive e-guide reveals three steps to take before moving an application to AWS, six steps during the AWS migration process, and AWS migration tools that can help you transition to the cloud.

  • Rackspace Lends Fanatical Support For AWS Managed Services

    Rackspace now officially supports Amazon's cloud, giving IT pros access to AWS managed services that could cost far less than what they pay for other AWS support services. This exclusive e-guide takes a look at the managed support services now available for the AWS cloud.

  • Virtualization to Cloud: Planning, Executing a Private Cloud Migration

    In this 3-part essential guide, learn the differences between the cloud and the standard data center, explore myths about private cloud migration, and discover why IT attitudes toward private cloud must shift in order to take on the transformative change of cloud migration.

  • How to Keep Public Cloud Costs Under Control

    In this expert e-guide, explore practical tactics to help you embrace public cloud services while keeping costs under control. Get more out of the cloud with these 10 money saving tips.

  • How to Manage Cloud Resources from the Data Center

    This exclusive e-guide provides essential points every hybrid cloud management strategy should follow. Next, learn why hybrid cloud deployments are becoming the future cloud model for enterprises.

  • Piecing Together the Hybrid Cloud Management Puzzle

    This exclusive e-guide provides a closer look at how you can develop a strong hybrid cloud strategy that accelerates performance and boosts security. Uncover expert answers to common questions on hybrid cloud adoption and management.

  • Myth-Busting Private Cloud Misconceptions

    This exclusive e-guide unveils 4 myths about the private cloud, demystifying topics like VM automation, storage, networking, and more. You'll also gain expert advice on successfully making the journey from a traditional data center to the private cloud.

  • DBA Skills Must Evolve, Morph to Cope With Big Data Technologies

    This e-guide will explore top trends in data processing that DBA's should be aware of. Download now to learn what skills DBA's should be learning to keep pace with this changing landscape.

  • MongoDB NoSQL Database Management System Overview

    In this resource-guide, expert consultant Craig S. Mullins provides an overview of MongoDB, an open source NoSQL database management system that is designed to make developing and running applications easier.

  • MongoDB Updates Include Swappable Data Storage Engines

    In this expert e-guide, discover recent updates to MongoDB that enable organizations to switch storage engines depending on user needs. Additionally, learn about forthcoming updates to MongoDB that will streamline database design and provide better visibility into NoSQL data structures.

  • NoSQL Databases Excel at Spreading Cloud & Web Applications

    In this e-guide, learn from experts about the agility and flexibility that NoSQL database software affords, allowing cloud-based Web applications to shine.

  • Key Considerations for Choosing a NoSQL DBMS

    In this expert e-guide, learn about the four main types of NoSQL DBMSes, their uses, the pros and cons of NoSQL, and DBMS use cases. Additionally, learn 6 other factors to consider when choosing a NoSQL DBMS option.

  • NoSQL Databases Continue to Expand and Co-exist with SQL

    In this expert e-guide, explore the challenges that NoSQL databases are rising to meet, and how the latest developments in NoSQL database technology are interweaving with traditional relational databases.

  • An Introduction to the Open Source DBMS, Redis

    Redis is a lightweight, flexible, key-value store, open source database management system. In this expert e-guide, Craig S. Mullins provides an overview of Redis, this DBMS' key features, and its supported data structures. Additionally, learn areas where Redis excels.

  • Finding a NoSQL DBMS that Fits Your Needs

    In this expert e-guide, Craig S. Mullins compares the types of NoSQL database management systems available, including document store, key-value, and more.

  • The Challenges of NoSQL Architecture, According to IT Pros

    In this expert e-guide, explore insights from a series of IT leaders and data management consultants about the current readiness of NoSQL technology for enterprise-level tasks, such as business intelligence and big data applications.

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