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  • Computer Weekly – 5 March 2019: Modernising IT at the Bank of England

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the Bank of England as it starts the modernisation programme for its core system. We look at the rise of DevSecOps and how it can help deal with increasingly complex security threats. And we examine the different approaches to storage for structured and unstructured data. Read the issue now.

  • How MongoDB Provides Strategic Advantage in Financial Services

    Sponsored by: MongoDB, Inc.

    Read this white paper to learn how leading financial services organizations can pair with MongoDB and build a data architecture that allows them to become industry leaders by accelerating development, governing data, scaling on demand, and more.

  • Scale And Save More With Percona Distribution For Mongodb

    Sponsored by: Percona

    MongoDB is open source—yet many companies are stuck paying enterprise-level management fees for security and scaling support. Download this examination to learn how Percona Distribution for MongoDB can help you get more via their flexible services, including encryption, usability enhancements, and more.

  • Using Open Source Software To Ensure The Security Of Your Mongodb Database

    Sponsored by: Percona

    As open source solutions like MongoDB become more popular, the threat of cyberattacks grows ever larger. Read this white paper to learn how to properly secure a MongoDB deployment at an enterprise level by taking the right steps when it comes to key features like authentication protocols, encryption, governance, log management, and more.

  • Building Secure Software in a Complex Environment

    Sponsored by: MongoDB, Inc.

    While the primary goal of databases like MongoDB is to make data accessible and easy to work with, it would be pointless to have a database that is perfect to keep data on and vulnerable to cyberattacks at the same time. Read on to learn how MongoDB was able to build security into their scalable, accessible database.

  • Storage and Database Innovation Evolve in Tandem

    Sponsored by: Tintri

    Check out this e-guide to learn more about the corresponding evolution of storage and database technologies, how speed and scalability factor into the performance of next-gen solutions, and what's next for the two.

  • Modernize Your Payments Architecture

    Sponsored by: MongoDB, Inc.

    The payments industry is currently being disrupted by new players and technological innovators, offering customers faster and more personalized services than ever. Access this white paper to learn how to become a payments industry innovator by evolving your database architecture, and discover the 8 capabilities to get you there.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to NoSQL

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    There's a lot of data out there, much of which doesn't need to be stored in heavyweight relational databases complete with complex query languages. In this 13-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at a new category of NoSQL data stores and how they are being used.

  • 10 Must-Have Features for Big Data Analytics Tools

    Sponsored by: Cloudera

    In this e-guide, discover the 10 must-have features in big data analytics tools that can help reduce the effort required by data scientists to improve business results.

  • The Changing Face of Database Administration and Cloud-Based DBaaS

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    In this expert e-guide, we examine some of the different Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) offerings. Learn about the effect DevOps is having on database administration, the possibilities for Hadoop analytics in the cloud, alternatives to AWS database services, and more.

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