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Database Software White Papers

  • Busting 4 Myths About In-Memory Databases

    Sponsored by: Redislabs

    The world as we know it is changing at a speed we've never seen before. The best application user experience requires blazing fast response times in the range of a tenth of a second. In-memory databases can cut processing time from hours to seconds without complex optimizations or compromises. But there are a lot of myths about in-memory databases.

  • Your Guide to Database Firewall Strategies

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    Uncover comprehensive and flexible database, operating system, and application monitoring strategies. Learn how database firewall tools can act as a first line of defense for your network, help prevent SQL injection, and much more.

  • The Challenges of NoSQL Architecture, According to IT Pros

    Sponsored by: Rackspace

    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.

  • Move It Don't Lose It: Is Your Big Data Collecting Dust?

    Sponsored by: Attunity

    This white paper explains some of the biggest issues created by the emergence of big data, and how to combat them. Learn how you can move and replicate large data sets more efficiently so that less of your data goes to waste.

  • Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Technical Overview

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    SQL Server 2014 is the latest in information management and processing platforms. But with a lack of features like advanced capabilities in the cloud and in-memory processing, many organizations could benefit from a technical overview of the product. Download this e-book now to get an in-depth look at the complex features of SQL Server 2014.

  • Database Management Designed for the Web, Mobile and Internet of Things Era

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) helps enable you to buy into a data management Service Level Agreement (SLA) instead of buying into a database technology, simplifying app development and delivery. Read this white paper to find out all the ways DBaaS can benefit your organization.

  • Simplifying Your Transition to Cloud Databases

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    In this expert e-guide, explore the benefits and challenges to implementing cloud database software and services. Additionally, discover how Oracle Database 12c can simplify and improve your existing Oracle database consolidation process, leading to an easier scaling strategy.

  • MongoDB Updates Include Swappable Data Storage Engines

    Sponsored by: Rackspace

    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.

  • Database Storage for Dummies

    Sponsored by: Oracle and IntelĀ®

    This Database Storage for Dummies edition explores data storage and infrastructure challenges, particularly how Oracle's hardware and software strategy helps yield significant performance, efficiency, and cost benefits.

  • Getting Started with Hadoop on Openstack

    Sponsored by: Rackspace

    The following resource will provide readers with an example of how to get started with Apache Hadoop in the cloud. Inside, learn how to launch Hadoop cluster with two nodes and growing up to 64 nodes.

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