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  • 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+.

  • Jargon buster guide to database management

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This Jargon Buster e-guide to contemporary database management is an aid to stepping back and thinking afresh about an area of enterprise IT that has many decades of heritage. Or, as many sometimes (arguably rudely) put it, legacy.

  • 6 Things a Developer Should Know About Postgres

    Sponsored by: EDB

    Read this white paper for 6 things you should know about working with and deploying Postgres, as well as the unique capabilities and features it has to offer.

  • What is Database Integration?

    Sponsored by: Talend

    As databases take on ever-increasing daily data loads, and businesses seek to use that data more than ever, database integration is a concept that is quickly becoming mission-critical for most enterprises. Read this blog post to learn more about creating, and executing, the right data integration strategy for your company.

  • Computer Weekly – 22 May 2018: GDPR is here – are you ready?

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the EU's new GDPR rules come into force this week – we ask if companies are ready and look at what happens if you're not compliant. Our latest buyer's guide examines digital transformation and the role of the CIO. And we find out how technology is changing the traditional sport of cricket. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 28 June 2016: The most influential women in UK IT 2016

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we unveil our annual list of the 50 most influential women in UK IT, and talk to this year's winner – TeenTech CEO and TV science & technology presenter Maggie Philbin – about the challenges of delivering a more diverse workforce in tech. Read the issue now.

  • Ten Reasons to do an Oracle Database Upgrade

    Sponsored by: Pure Storage

    If everything your Oracle DB runs fine, an Oracle database upgrade risks breaking things, application vendors may not support an updated version of Oracle in their software, or database upgrades are too time-consuming. But this isn't always the case. Learn 10 reasons why you should consider doing an Oracle database upgrade.

  • Computer Weekly – 10 May 2016: Graph databases are making connections

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the recent Panama Papers scandal relied on graph databases to uncover secrets from huge volumes of data – we look at the business benefits of the technology. Most organisations are failing to take basic IT security measures – we examine why. And we analyse the latest flash storage innovations. Read the issue now.

  • SQL Server SSD Technology Becoming a Solid Storage Choice

    Sponsored by: Pure Storage

    Access this e-guide to clue into exactly why SSD is emerging as a solid storage choice for SQL Server. Our experts highlight how SSD's embedded controller ensures the integrity of the data stored in the drive, and address your concerns centered on drive reliability and longevity.

  • 3 Steps to Secure Cloud Database-as-a-Service

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation UK Ltd

    Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) may be easy to deploy and easy to manage, but it's not without its own security challenges. Evaluating a provider is an important first step, but where do you go from there? In this e-guide, we explore 3 key steps to ensuring secure cloud database services. Discover how to make your DBaaS migration safe and successful.

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