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  • Comparative Analysis: EDB Postgres Vs. Oracle Enterprise

    Sponsored by: EnterpriseDB

    Access this white paper to compare EDB Postgres with Oracle Enterprise and learn what impact an open source database can make on budget, extensibility, scalability, performance, security, and more.

  • 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.

  • How Percona’s Services Helped Patreon Realize The Value Of Their Database Infrastructure

    Sponsored by: Percona

    When Patreon determined that their DBaaS approach to database management wasn’t getting them the results they needed, they turned to Percona. Read this case study to learn how Percona cut Patreon’s monthly infrastructure costs by over 50%, eliminated vendor lock in, freed up flexibility for multiple cloud approaches, and more.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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, high performance, high availability, and advanced security. Many enterprises are considering Couchbase or MongoDB for these reasons. This paper will focus on how Couchbase compares to MongoDB for scalability and high availability.

  • How to Build an Offline-First Mobile App

    Sponsored by: MongoDB, Inc.

    Users expect their applications to work whenever they try to use them—even if they’re not connected to the internet. Read this white paper to learn why it’s essential to engineer your applications to work seamlessly offline and discover how MongoDB Realm can improve the developer experience and accelerate time-to-market for offline development.

  • Why the Document Data Model

    Sponsored by: MongoDB, Inc.

    Traditional relational databases are no longer cutting it when it comes to providing a flexible, powerful, and universal data repository. Read on to learn more about document databases, which are based on JSON-like files, and why they are becoming a more adaptive alternative to support analytical workloads.

  • Distributed Cloud and Edge Computing For 100% Uptime

    Sponsored by: Couchbase

    With cloud computing growing exponentially, applications that rely on the cloud for data storage and processing are showing signs of strain – especially those that require high availability and sub-second response times. This white paper explains how “edge computing” addresses those issues by keeping data closer to, or on, the devices using it.

  • AI & Automation: Turning data into insights

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide, read more about the trends that are shaping the demand for AI and how organizations including healthcare service providers and F1 racing teams are leveraging technology on their own terms.

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