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  • Introducing: The Cloud Native Postgresql Plugin For Kubectl

    Sponsored by: EnterpriseDB

    Check out this blog post to learn how EnterpriseDB’s Cloud Native PostgreSQL has expanded its support for Kubernetes via the kubectl tool, a Swiss Army knife tool for administrators looking to manage a PostgreSQL cluster inside Kubernetes.

  • Accenture & MongoDB Partner to Help Customers Move from Legacy DBs to MongoDB Atlas in the Cloud

    Sponsored by: MongoDB, Inc.

    Read this blog post, and check out its accompanying video, to learn how Accenture’s Smart Data Transition tool can help you migrate your databases from legacy architectures to a MongoDB, cloud optimized database tool.

  • Cassandra The Definitive Guide

    Sponsored by: DataStax

    Apache Cassandra is an extremely useful database for those dealing with large amounts of distributed data, but it can be challenging for DBAs used to working with relational databases. Download this massively comprehensive e-book to answer essentially any question you might have about Cassandra or how to best use it.

  • Database Architects and Administrators Guide to NoSQL

    Sponsored by: DataStax

    According to IDC, NoSQL databases will dominate the spending in “New Stack” software development. This fact means DBAs need to master NoSQL database management—but not every DBA feels comfortable doing this. Download this guide to learn the essentials of NoSQL DB management—as well as how easy it can be to manage NoSQL platforms like Cassandra.

  • ebook-databases-on-hyperconverged-infrastructure-top-20-questions-answered

    Sponsored by: Nutanix

    Check out this white paper to discover the top 20 questions, and answers, about the benefits of using hyperconverged infrastructure for database operations and management.

  • Moving MongoDB to the Cloud

    Sponsored by: Percona

    Migrating DB architectures like MongoDB to the cloud is a top priority for many organizations seeking to utilize the flexibility, scalability, and extensibility of the cloud. Watch this webinar to learn strategies for moving MongoDB instances to the cloud without sacrificing data quality, seeing significant downtime, or creating security risks.

  • Percona Supports The British Library’s Mongodb Databases, Reducing Costs And Improving Efficiency

    Sponsored by: Percona

    The British Library, a repository of over 170 million items from across all eras of civilization, handles a huge amount of data on an architecture than includes MongoDB-based databases. Read this case study to learn how Percona helped them improve their MongoDB database management while meeting strict functional and budgetary requirements.

  • Datastax video

    Sponsored by: DataStax

    You likely want to enable instant developer access to all necessary data, whenever it’s needed, without compromising security. Watch this short video to learn how DataStax’s cloud native, scalable database is built on Apache Cassandra to enable better performance, higher availability, and easier database accessibility for developers.

  • Enterprise Guide to Cloud Databases

    Sponsored by: Percona

    With the vast majority of enterprises already using a cloud service, it makes sense that database workloads are now being transitioned to cloud environments. But how can you tell if a cloud DB is appropriate for your business? Read this e-book to learn how you can optimize database costs, security, agility, and more in the cloud.

  • SAP HANA: Taking a New Approach to Hosting Services

    Sponsored by: Microsoft, Intel, SAP

    In this expert e-guide, Derek Prior – a Gartner research director specializing in SAP – discusses the differences from traditional SAP architecture that are introduced by HANA.

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