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Beyond RDBMS: A Guide To NoSQL Databases




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In this webinar, Glynn Bird discusses the performance tradeoffs of NoSQL and relational databases, data modeling in a schemaless system, common transactional architectures for applications built on NoSQL, and when you should consider managed, hosted solutions like Cloudant. Watch now!

Sponsor: IBM

   

Why NoSQL?




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In a world where the pace of software development is faster and data and piling up, how you architect your data layer to ensure a global user base enjoys continual access to data is more important than ever. Download this new whitepaper now to explore: - Why the new category of NoSQL databases has become a popular option - The various types of NoSQL databases available today - Differences and commonalities of NoSQL databases - Why you should consider implementing a NoSQL solution

Sponsor: IBM

   

Key Benefits of In-Memory vs. Traditional Databases when it comes to Deep Data Analytics




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This report will show you the differences between traditional and in-memory databases and will explain how you derive business value and actionable insights from Big Data. Download the report In-Memory Databases Put the Action in Actionable Insights by Wikibon to learn more.

Sponsor: IBM

   

Six Reasons to Upgrade Your Database




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Effectively using and managing information is critical to driving new business and streamlining operations in the big data era. This ebook presents six reasons to consider a database change to address those challenges, including opinions from industry analysts and customer experiences.

Sponsor: IBM

   

Value of Database Resilience: Comparing Costs of Downtime for IBM DB2 10.5 and Microsoft SQL Server 2014




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This report compares the three-year cost of downtime for mission-critical transaction processing systems for IBM DB2 10.5 and Microsoft SQL Server 2014 showing distinct IBM advantages.

Sponsor: IBM

   


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