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  • 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.

  • How Appboy's Marketing Automation for Apps Platform grew 40X on the ObjectRocket MongoDB platform

    Sponsored by: Rackspace

    In this on-demand video, learn how Appboy has grown over 40x since mid-2013 by using Database-as-a-Service: from sharding a single MongoDB replica set, to building separate clusters, to becoming a multi-tenant application by isolating Appboy's users on their own MongoDB databases.

  • Real Application Testing with Oracle Database 11g

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    To help them stay ahead of the competition, agile businesses need to quickly adopt new technologies. Real Application Testing - with Oracle Database 11g - allows businesses to quickly do this while eliminating the risks associated with change.

  • 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.

  • ETL 2.0: Redefining Data Integration

    Sponsored by: Syncsort

    Watch this webcast now to gain insight on a new strategic extract, transform and load (ETL) tools that assist with vital tasks including data services to applications and business users.

  • IBM Migration Toolkit for DB2

    Sponsored by: IBM

    IBM Migration Toolkit for DB2 - The IBM Migration Toolkit is an easy-to-use tool that allows you to migrate your data from a wide variety of source databases to either DB2 or Informix, regardless of platform. This website has many resources to get you started including a demo, articles and toolkit downloads.

  • Need a graph database like Twitter is built on? Neo4j delivers

    Sponsored by: Neo Technology

    Do you want to build a system that uses a graph database, like what Twitter, Yelp, and Facebook are built on? Well, Neo4j is one that lets you build a "noSQL" solution. In this video, founder Emil Eifrem talks you through what this technology could be used to build and also tells you what he sees happening in the social networking space.

  • Deploying Oracle on VMware: Challenges and Opportunities

    Sponsored by: VMware and Intel

    In this webcast, AbitibiBowater, the eighth largest publicly traded pulp and paper manufacturer in the world, shares how they successfully virtualized mission-critical Oracle solutions such as JD Enterprise One, Oracle Databases and Oracle Business Intelligence data warehouses.

  • Securing PostgreSQL from External Attack

    Sponsored by: EnterpriseDB Corporation

    Databases are an important part of a company’s infrastructure, but they also tend to be rich with attack vectors to exploit. This webcast explores the many potential PostgreSQL external vulnerabilities and then shows how those vulnerabilities can be secured. Watch this webcast to learn how to protect one of your company’s most valued assets.

  • IBM DB2 E-Kit for Database Professionals: Extending Skills is Fast and Easy 

    Sponsored by: IBM

    The move to IBM DB2 software is surprisingly easy due to new SQL compatibility features. And this e-kit makes it fast, because it's packed with technical resources, demos, DB2 software downloads and more. Begin taking advantage of the DB2 product's administration, performance and cost benefits today through this e-kit.

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