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  • Case Study: InMobi Reaches New Speed With Their Mobile Advertising Platform

    Sponsored by: Aerospike

    InMobi, a global mobile advertising company, reaches billions of mobile users every year. With a wide array of mobile devices to reach, they needed a platform that was capable of handling the huge influx of data at top speed. In this case study, learn why InMobi went with Aerospike to power their mobile advertising platform.

  • SQL Server: Data Best Practices

    Sponsored by: Tegile

    Download this guide to learn how to avoid the common pitfalls of deploying and maintaining SQL Server and accommodate the most demanding workloads by integrating all-flash for accelerated database performance. Additionally, learn how to leverage the SAN array and database engine for effective data replication, transaction log backup, and DR.

  • Case Study: How Rubicon Project Uses A DB Technology To Power Their Global Business

    Sponsored by: Aerospike

    In this case study, learn which database Rubicon Project, an AdTech company, uses to handle their billions of daily global transactions. Uncover why they chose to use this particular database, and the benefits of their chosen technology.

  • Oracle Database Cloud: Scale Fast. Simplify Now.

    Sponsored by: Oracle

    Use this white paper to discover how Oracle Database Cloud Service can not only help you to easily migrate from a legacy server to your new DBaaS, but also grants you access to a built-in backup program to help your protect your data.

  • Database as a Service(DBaaS): Use Cases and Adoption Patterns

    Sponsored by: Oracle

    This 451 Research report explores some of the trends in DBaaS adoption, as well as weighs the potential benefits and challenges which DBaaS brings to the table such as long-term savings, either real or imagined security issues facing cloud software, the immense flexibility that DBaaS offers compared to that of physical servers, and more.

  • Enabling Powerful, In-Memory Analytics for DB2 v 11.1

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Find out how to enable faster, in-memory analytics for IBM DB2 to improve data management and accelerate insights. Explore your analytical and cloud database options by learning more about DB2 and IBM's top competitors.

  • SAP HANA: Detailing a Robust Infrastructure

    Sponsored by: IBM FD

    Learn how SAP HANA runs on POWER systems, and get details about the new availability of SAP HANA on a POWER8 system. Additionally, find out how this platform provides a robust infrastructure for SAP HANA customers, and how it will affect businesses both in the short term as well as in the future.

  • Digital Business: 5 Tech Trends Changing Everything

    Sponsored by: SAP

    To help you create a competitive digital business framework, this e-book explores the 5 key pillars of a digital strategy. Find out how these 5 factors impact successful strategies and discover an integrated cloud platform that boosts data management, mobile, collaboration, and analytic capabilities.

  • Strategies for Overcoming SQL Database Migration Limitations

    Sponsored by: Rackspace

    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.

  • Transcript:┬áScale SQL Server for Mission Critical Apps Like Never Before

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    It's time to modernize your core mission-critical business processing environment. Read on to explore ways you can balance the needs of your apps, power your mission critical apps, analyze in real-time, and more.

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