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  • 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.

  • 6 Things A Developer Should Know About Postgres

    Sponsored by: EnterpriseDB

    Developers are increasingly adopting PostgreSQL as their RDBMS of choice. So why the recent boost in popularity? Access this white paper to learn 6 things that developers should know about Postgres, including its simplicity, active community engagement, flexibility, customizable nature, and more.

  • Best practices in security with PostgreSQL

    Sponsored by: EnterpriseDB

    When it comes to implementing better database security, there are a wide range of measures and steps to be taken. Some of these are obvious, like restricting physical access to your DB. Others, however, are less apparent. Tune in to this webinar to learn security best practices for PostgreSQL—specifically related to data breaches.

  • PostgreSQL vs. SQL Server (MSSQL) - Extremely Detailed Comparison

    Sponsored by: EDB

    Access this detailed vendor comparison to see how two leading relational databases, PostgreSQL and SQL Server, stack up against each other. In this report you’ll learn how an open source database differs from a licensed one, in addition to things like costs, ease of use, extra features, security, and more.

  • 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.

  • Modernizing with NoSQL from Relational Data Platforms

    Sponsored by: DataStax

    NoSQL databases are a key part of modern database infrastructure, yet businesses would be remiss to ignore and neglect their existing relational database investments. Access this guide to learn how you can best evaluate the different factors that dictate whether or not an investment in NoSQL is the right move for your company.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Top Tools to Manage Postgres in an Enterprise: Administration, Performance, High Availability, and Migration

    Sponsored by: EnterpriseDB

    Managing Postgres in your enterprise and ensuring that your databases perform well, and maintain high availability, is often easier said than done. Examine this list of tools for managing Postgres, put together by EnterpriseDB, to learn how you can better manage the demands of your open source database.

  • 5 Questions To Ask When Designing Highly Available Databases

    Sponsored by: EnterpriseDB

    Since each minute of database downtime can cost organizations an estimated $5,600 a minute, smart businesses are making sure that they invest in high availability databases. Read this white paper to learn the 5 questions you should be asking yourself when designing a high availability database.

  • 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.

  • Beginner's Guide to High Availability for Postgres

    Sponsored by: EDB

    With PostgreSQL, organizations have access to an open-source database with critical maturity and features that allow them to scale and achieve high availability. Access this webcast for a beginner’s guide to Postgres which explores high availability concepts, performance parameters, RPO, RTO, and uptime, EDB tools, and much more.

  • Data discovery: how to pick the right software

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this guide, we break down data discovery software by defining the categories, explaining the features and revealing the benefits. We also highlight the major players and products in an effort to inform buying decisions.

  • What Does "Database High Availability" Really Mean?

    Sponsored by: EnterpriseDB

    Many databases claim to be “high availability,” but the term is thrown around so much it seems to have lost its meaning. Read this EnterpriseDB blog post to learn how they define high availability, key HA principles, and how they ensure their customers have HA DBs, to see if your understanding of it lines up.

  • Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas builds medical imaging software on PostgreSQL

    Sponsored by: EnterpriseDB

    Organizations like Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas rely on their databases to power crucial functions; it’s no smaller matter, then, that they chose EnterpriseDB as their partner when building new databases. Check out their testimony and specific use case to learn why choosing the right PostgreSQL partner can make a world of difference.

  • 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.

  • Tintri Introduces SQL Integrated Storage

    Sponsored by: Tintri

    To learn more about SQL integrated storage and its cross-team benefits, as well as to view a new solution from Tintri in this area, download this exclusive Storage Switzerland white paper.

  • Tintri SQL Integrated Storage - Revolutionizing Storage Management for SQL Server Databases

    Sponsored by: Tintri

    Watch this video to learn how autonomous, integrated database storage can empower your DBAs to focus on bigger problems by freeing them from managing storage infrastructure.

  • 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.

  • Revolutionizing Storage Management for SQL Server Environments

    Sponsored by: Tintri

    Check out this data sheet to learn all about Tintri SQL Integrated Storage, including 8 advantages it has over the competition and 5 application development benefits.

  • Journey to Digital Services: Common Service Data Model

    Sponsored by: ServiceNow

    Having a configuration management database (CMDB) is key to running effective IT systems. Watch this webinar to learn how the ServiceNow Common Service Data Model is able to help businesses achieve data uniformity for their CMDB and expand business applications across their data systems.

  • MongoDB Architecture Guide: Overview

    Sponsored by: MongoDB, Inc.

    While NoSQL and other kinds of non-relational databases have exploded in popularity, their ability to store a variety of diverse data formats often comes at the expense of data integrity. Download this guide to learn how MongoDB’s document database system is able to bridge the gap between data freedom and data quality.

  • SQL Server Performance: Tuning Best Practices for DBAs

    Sponsored by: Tintri

    In this e-guide, you'll learn how you can successfully tune your SQL Server for optimal performance. Read on to learn how to approach your SQL Server management holistically and achieve the desired balance, and performance, in your SQL Server environment.

  • The Changing Face of Global Data Privacy: GDPR, CCPA, and Beyond

    Sponsored by: MongoDB, Inc.

    For companies that collect user data, the GDPR was just the beginning of a regulatory onslaught; the CCPA signifies a start of a wave of similar legislation across another country, with more to follow. Check out this white paper to learn how you can map privacy controls to databases and meet data privacy requirements with MongoDB.

  • Tutorial: Jumpstart! An Introduction to MongoDB’s Most Indispensable Tools for Developers

    Sponsored by: MongoDB, Inc.

    Developing an application from scratch is always a challenge, and the myriad of development environments and tools out there doesn’t help clarify this problem. Watch this video to learn how to master MongoDB’s developer tools, taking your application from a simple idea to a competitive offering.

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