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  • Top Five Things to Know About Oracle Database In-Memory

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    This webcast covers the following top 5 technical considerations for Oracle's database in-memory offering:1. In-memory is a store not a cache2. Help the optimizer help you3. Use partitioning4. Remove unnecessary indexes5. Use RAC to scale out

  • An Integrated Approach: Analytics, Data Warehouses, Big Data and More

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Find out how you can leverage an integrated appliance to make data computing simpler. You'll discover how to bring analytics right into the database, add agility, and eliminate siloes. Additionally, you'll learn how to optimize the performance of data warehouse services for analytic apps, including those that require big data capabilities.

  • 30-Day dashDB: Test Drive Data Warehousing and Analytics Functionalities

    Sponsored by: IBM

    A well-designed data warehouse system can help boost the corporate bottom line, but if you aren't careful, data warehouse performance can bog down in different places. Start a free 30-day trial to dashDB, a fully-managed cloud data warehouse built specifically for analytics. Take their data warehousing and analytics capabilities for a test drive.

  • Migrate Oracle Database Lite to Sybase SQL Anywhere

    Sponsored by: Sybase, an SAP company

    Oracle Database Lite Client, Branch Office and Web-to-Go have been removed from Oracle's technology price list and are no longer being actively developed.  Now you are faced with a migration project.

  • Large-scale Analytics with SAP

    Sponsored by: SAP America, Inc.

    In this video, find out how you can remove the constraints associated with traditional approaches to analytics and data warehousing -- with a powerful analytics grid that grows to meet your changing business needs. Watch now for an overview of this technology including capabilities, use cases, and benefits.

  • Breaking the Disk Barrier: In-Memory Databases

    Sponsored by: Sybase, an SAP company

    In-memory database technology is emerging as a key means of boosting performance in mainstream IT applications. Carl Olofson from IDC discusses how an in-memory database strategy can provide better high speed, high volume data management for your applications. ASE's new In-memory Databases Option is also described. Watch this webcast to learn more.

  • Roundtable Q&A with Forrester Research, Inc. and IBM

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Access this informative round table discussion to hear from security experts from Forrester and IBM about the top challenges and trends in data security. Learn how you can step up your security game to ensure your data is protected.

  • Embarcadero® DB Optimizer™

    Sponsored by: Embarcadero Technologies, Inc.

    Poor performing SQL code is costly in terms of dollars and customer satisfaction. Discovering performance bottlenecks once they're in production is costly.

  • Ultimate SQL Tune-Off

    Sponsored by: Embarcadero Technologies, Inc.

    According to Jonathan Lewis, there is a basic strategy to writing efficient SQL, but it requires knowledge of the data, the metadata, and the intent of the query. Kyle Hailey, though, will discuss his own approach to Visual SQL Tuning (VST) with some ringside support from DB Optimizer XE. Be sure to check out this exciting debate!

  • Analytical Data Prep 101 Webinar

    Sponsored by: SAS

    This Webinar in the Apply Business Analytics series will highlight the specific methods and unique data requirements needed to deal with advanced analytics so that you can effectively and efficiently uncover hidden relationships, anticipate the future and adapt to change.

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