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  • Getting Started with NoSQL and Apache Cassandra

    Sponsored by: DataStax

    This guide provides an opportunity to learn how to sharpen your skills, with advice from the foremost experts in distributed database technology, so you can swiftly migrate to Apache Cassandra™ and build the next generation of powerful applications.

  • Architecture Matters: Go Beyond Scale-Out NAS

    Sponsored by: Cohesity

    Traditional network-attached, or scale-up, storage (NAS) has limited scale and is optimized for only a specific subset of unstructured data workloads. Read this white paper to learn how to identify a web-scale solution that’s architected to meet the needs of your current and future data workloads.

  • Prove It! Using PerfStack to Find the Real Performance Killers

    Sponsored by: SolarWinds, Inc.

    Read this white paper to learn about the performance analytics capabilities built into the SolarWinds Orion Platform, which makes data available for display on a time-synchronized graph.

  • Zero To Hero: 12 Essential Tips for the Accidental DBA

    Sponsored by: SolarWinds, Inc.

    All too often, businesses can’t afford a full-time DBA, and database maintenance responsibilities fall on senior developers or the like—this one is for all of you ‘accidental’ DBAs. Read this white paper for 12 essential tips for working with SQL Server.

  • Modernizing Data Protection

    Sponsored by: Pure Storage

    This ESG white paper highlights a portfolio that serves this purpose to deliver data continuity with site-to-site sync for failover, in addition to space-efficient snapshots and replication. To read about the 4 benefits of this data protection and management portfolio and how to fulfill critical mandates for IT, access this analyst paper.

  • Who’s Minding Your Master Data?

    Sponsored by: Lumenia Consulting

    Data migration and cleansing is an integral part of every ERP initiative, but with flawed foundational processes, managing master data creates issues with accessibility and accuracy. Download a copy of this MDM and ERP guide, which provides 5 steps to creating effective MDM processes.

  • NVMe-oF Storage Array

    Sponsored by: Pavilion

    Read this solution overview to learn how to unlock the benefits of NVMe-based flash—including 90 GB/s throughput, 40μs of latency, and 20M IOPS—and how this architecture meets the performance and memory needs of HBD like kdb+.

  • Hyperconverge Microsoft SQL Server to Simplify Application Delivery

    Sponsored by: VMware

    Read the following white paper to examine the advantages of running SQL workloads on hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI)—including the resulting operational efficiencies and improved performance with adaptive resync.

  • Hadoop Migration Guide

    Sponsored by: MinIO

    Download this white paper to discover the similarities and differences between HDFS, MapRFS, and object storage for Hadoop environments, and to view the unique advantages of running demanding Hadoop workloads on object storage.

  • Multitasking Within the Teradata Vantage Optimizer

    Sponsored by: Teradata

    Read this white paper to learn to learn how the Teradata Vantage Optimizer take advantage of parallel steps to boost database query performance and better utilize platform resources.

  • Teradata Vantage and the Rhythms of Your Workloads

    Sponsored by: Teradata

    Read this blog post to learn how Teradata Workload Management can help you easily track and accommodate workload shifts and adjust resources in response automatically.

  • The 6 Easy Steps of Blockchain

    Sponsored by: DMI Inc

    Blockchain, while being touted as a revolutionary technology destined to alter the future of business transactions, has remained largely mysterious in not only its use cases, but also its basic explainability—how does blockchain work? Use this infographic to see blockchain’s process broken down into 6 simple, digestible steps.

  • Performance Comparison Between MinIO and HDFS for MapReduce Workloads

    Sponsored by: MinIO

    Download the following paper to view a high-performance object storage server designed for disaggregated architectures. You’ll see an overview of the architecture as well as a performance comparison pitting this object storage system against the HDFS file system.

  • Oracle Launches Exadata X8M: The Fastest Platform for the Oracle Database

    Sponsored by: Oracle and Intel®

    Read this white paper to learn about 3 key innovations Oracle Exadata X8M is bringing to the table (hint: think persistent memory for a new tier of data caching), how it will help businesses meet current top database trends—and more.

  • Oracle Exadata X8M Leaves Competitors Behind in Running Oracle Database

    Sponsored by: Oracle and Intel®

    Read this white paper to learn about Oracle X8M and how it acts as an easy to understand approach to gaining fast in-memory performance with Oracle Database—and more.

  • Oracle Exadata X8M: Game Over for DIY Database Systems

    Sponsored by: Oracle and Intel®

    Read this white paper to learn why doing a DIY database system today could be a huge waste of resources—and how the Exadata X8M can deliver more performance and automation in a simpler package.

  • Don’t Let Misconfigurations Leave a Hole in Your Firewall

    Sponsored by: FireMon

    Human error is inevitable in manual processes. In this product overview, discover the 10 misconfigurations that cause data breaches and how FireMon Automation can help to eliminate them.

  • DynamoDB Users-Why Switching to Couchbase Will Save You Time and Money

    Sponsored by: Couchbase

    Businesses using the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud often store their data in Amazon’s DynamoDB database with the expectation of tighter integration with AWS tools. This whitepaper explains why Couchbase’s NoSQL database is often a better choice for higher performance, lower cost, and greater flexibility.

  • Altoros Technical NoSQL Comparison Report

    Sponsored by: Couchbase

    This in-depth analysis from Altoros compares three leading NoSQL solutions – Couchbase, MongoDB™, and DataStax – and scores them across 24 key criteria, including performance, availability, fault tolerance, replication, recovery, and scalability. The report can help recommend the best database based on your specific needs.

  • Altoros Database Query Comparative Analysis

    Sponsored by: Couchbase

    In this report, Altoros provides a comparative analysis of the MongoDB query language, Couchbase's SQL for JSON, and MySQL. Altoros tested each query language against nine different business scenarios and rated each language for power and simplicity.

  • Couchbase vs. MongoDB for Query

    Sponsored by: Couchbase

    This whitepaper explores how the popular NoSQL databases Couchbase and MongoDB™ differ in their approach to query. Among many key differences, you'll learn that only Couchbase provides developers with the power and familiarity of SQL. And you'll learn why only Couchbase offers strong support for ANSI join constructs and advanced query optimization.

  • Couchbase vs. MongoDB for Global Deployment

    Sponsored by: Couchbase

    This whitepaper compares two solutions head to head across key global deployment criteria, including high-performance architecture, flexibility, setup and manageability, active-active conflict resolution, and more.

  • Couchbase Under the Hood: An Architectural Overview

    Sponsored by: Couchbase

    This paper describes Couchbase's core design principles for agile development, scalable performance, and system manageability. You'll be introduced to key Couchbase concepts. You'll take a deep dive into Couchbase's many services, including query, search, analytics, and mobile. And you'll get a guided tour of Couchbase's distributed foundation.

  • Couchbase vs. MongoDB™ for Scale-Out and High Availability

    Sponsored by: Couchbase

    Couchbase is a distributed NoSQL document-oriented database that supports a flexible data model, easy scalability, consistent high performance, high availability, and advanced security. In this paper, we'll focus on how Couchbase compares to MongoDB™ for scalability and high availability.

  • High Performance with Distributed Caching

    Sponsored by: Couchbase

    This whitepaper lets you compare Couchbase Server, Redis, and Memcached across performance, manageability, and scalability. You'll learn why many leading enterprises extend their Couchbase deployments to use cases beyond caching.

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