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  • Database Performance: How Long do your End Users Wait?

    Sponsored by: SolarWinds, Inc.

    This report describes response time analysis (RTA), an approach that enables DBAs to measure the time spent on query execution and, therefore, measure impact to end users. Learn more about the tools available to perform RTA so that you can monitor and manage database performance by focusing on its impact to end users.

  • Choosing The Right Cloud Provider For Your MongoDB Database

    Sponsored by: Rackspace

    This exclusive resource addresses 4 levels of sophistication of MongoDB cloud providers. Learn about different activities that are either performed for the developer by the MongoDB service provider, or need to be performed by the developer.

  • 3 Limitations of MongoDB on the Public Cloud

    Sponsored by: Rackspace

    MongoDB, a frontrunner in the NoSQL world, is friendly to developers employing agile development processes. Access this resource that addresses 3 main problems with do-it-yourself (DIY) MongoDB on the cloud. Hint: scalability is a major concern.

  • Open source data grows up: Choosing MySQL, NoSQL, or both

    Sponsored by: Rackspace

    Check out this brief article that describes how to gather and interpret data by choosing MySQL, NoSQL, or both. Inside learn how Craigslist integrates structured and unstructured data retrieval.

  • The Database Administrator is dead

    Sponsored by: Rackspace

    In this informative article, learn from Kenny Gorman, co-founder of ObjectRocket, a premium MongoDB database-as-a-service provider, about the changing role of the DBA in the last few years, and the many more changes to come.

  • Keynote presentation from MongoDB World

    Sponsored by: Rackspace

    Join Kenny Gorman, Founder of ObjectRocket by Rackspace, in this video from MongoDB World as he demonstrates how MongoDB users can use a one-click, automated compaction tool to effectively eliminate the need for what can be a difficult and time consuming manual database maintenance process.

  • IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration for Linux, UNIX, and Windows

    Sponsored by: IBM

    IBM® DB2® for Linux®, UNIX® and Windows® is a next generation that combines always-on transactional processing with analytics at breakthrough speed in order to simplify the IT landscape to deliver better performance with fewer resources. Download this trial version and get a glimpse of the solution's many new and enhanced features.

  • Independent Oracle Users Group: How to Join the Online Storage Community

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    This resource center is specifically made for the complete technology and database professional. Click here to gain access to this online storage community to learn about the benefits of Oracle storage, tips and tricks for increasing Oracle database performance, and much more.

  • Exposing the Unvarnished Truth About Database Storage

    Sponsored by: Oracle and Intel®

    This paper examines storage obstacles that DBAs are dealing with today, and why workarounds that attempt to solve the problem only defer them and don't attack the root cause. View now to learn about Oracle's co-engineered combination of the database, OS, file system, and storage can conquer these database storage problems.

  • Unlock the Power of Microsoft SQL Server 2014

    Sponsored by: Global Knowledge

    This technical resource examines three key new features of SQL Server 2014 that deliver mission-critical performance, faster data insights, and migration of data to the cloud.

  • Oracle's one-size-fits-all big data management strategy doesn't fit

    Sponsored by: TechTarget

    The potential for big data is evolving, and data scientists now have a sea of options to choose from when it comes to strategy. Complete this brief survey to access SearchOracle.com's guide to selecting the right software for your organization.

  • Decision Maker's Cheat Sheet for Today's Hot Databases

    Sponsored by: NuoDB Inc

    This quick guide compares the capabilities of three of today's top database management systems – MySQL, MongoDB and NuoDB.

  • Hadoop Data Management Platforms: Market Segmentation and Product Positioning

    Sponsored by: TechTarget

    Selecting a Hadoop data management platform is complex and cumbersome but it doesn't always have to be. This report provides an introduction to Hadoop and discusses the current state of the Hadoop data management platform market.

  • How to Tune Oracle Instance Recovery

    Sponsored by: Dell Software

    Access this expert e-guide to learn more about the best practices for tuning Oracle instance recovery.

  • Simplified Sybase development and database management

    Sponsored by: Dell Software

    This resource addresses an intelligent and systematic approach to managing your Sybase environment. Inside, learn about the key advantages to 5 different models.

  • Toad® for SQL Server

    Sponsored by: Dell Software

    This brief paper focuses on Toad for SQL Server, a unified solution that allows you to achieve the highest level of code quality, performance and reliability. Inside, 10 features of Toad for SQL Server are presented.

  • Maintaining Oracle Database Performance in a Perfect Storm

    Sponsored by: Dell Software

    Learn how Dell Foglight for Oracle can help you embrace cloud, big data and mobile technologies to transform the data center.

  • Optimizing ETL: The Key to Accelerating Data‐Driven Business Decisions

    Sponsored by: Syncsort

    Whether you’re analyzing information from a data warehouse, reviewing click-stream data to find the latest trends, or running a query on current sales figures, the elapsed time to perform these processes means lost revenue. This article explains the steps you can take when processing your data to reduce elapsed time.

  • Case Study: Database Performance Without Sharding Headaches

    Sponsored by: Clustrix

    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.

  • Benefits of NewSQL: Combining Elements of NoSQL and SQL

    Sponsored by: NuoDB Inc

    In this e-guide from the experts at SearchDataManagement.com, learn about the rise of NewSQL database systems – which combine SQL and NoSQL elements – and the key benefits that these database alternatives offer.

  • Case Study: Leading VoIP Customer Goes Global With NuoDB

    Sponsored by: NuoDB Inc

    Access this brief case study to learn how the right distributed database enabled communications company Fathom Voice to reduce latency, provide data consistency, and update in real-time across global offices.

  • Realize the Power of Connected Intelligence with Toad™ for Oracle®

    Sponsored by: Dell Software

    This tech brief explores enhancements and new features of Toad for Oracle and guides you through your evaluation and use. Whether you're a veteran Toad user or new to the product, Toad's latest updates will dramatically simplify your daily tasks. Inside, find operational efficiency best practices for DBAs and development teams, and much more.

  • Toad Simplifies Oracle Trace

    Sponsored by: Dell Software

    View this white paper to learn how Toad™ for Oracle can help you mine your trace files faster and more effectively. Learn why Oracle's native trace file tools are limited, and how Toad can fill in the gaps.

  • Upgrading to SQL Server 2012

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    Whether you're planning to upgrade an existing SQL Server instance to 2012 or implement a new instance, this expert e-guide describes everything you need to know to drive SQL Server success. Read on to learn about prerequisite software, included components, little-known features, and more.

  • Creating SANLess Microsoft SQL Server Failover Cluster Instances with SIOS DataKeeper Cluster Edition and Fusion-io

    Sponsored by: SIOS Technology Corp

    Deploying a failover cluster instance (FCI) architecture for your SQL Server database requires expensive shared storage for data files and backups. This resource introduces an alternative to storage area networks (SANs) that provides the availability benefit of an FCI – without the high price tag.

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