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So Long to Conventional Wisdom around Database Migration
Conventional wisdom once held that when you committed to a database management system (DBMS), you never changed it. But things are different today. In the case of an ERP system, for example, the application code has, for the most part, become independent of the DBMS—much application code runs as easily and efficiently on one DBMS as it does on another. This white paper discusses some of the reasons for and benefits of changing your DBMS.

DBMS: and efficiently on one DBMS as it does on another. This white paper discusses some of the reasons for and benefits of changing your DBMS. So Long to Conventional Wisdom around Database Migration style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Database Management System (DBMS) Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   DBMS,   database migration,   database management system Source: MindShare Learn more about MindShare Readers who downloaded this
2/19/2013 5:34:00 PM

Reducing Cost and Complexity in Legacy Systems
The need to maintain legacy applications in the face of evolving business requirements is not exclusive to IT organizations. However, IT developers face specific challenges when reducing the complexity of applications and extending the life of database management systems (DBMS). Instead of getting disoriented along the murky paths of manual code inspection, learn about automated solutions that reduce complexity—and cost.

DBMS: of database management systems (DBMS). Instead of getting disoriented along the murky paths of manual code inspection, learn about automated solutions that reduce complexity—and cost. Reducing Cost and Complexity in Legacy Systems style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Database Management System (DBMS),   Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Source: Relativity Technologies Inc. Learn more about Relativity Technologies Inc. Readers who downloaded this white paper
8/24/2007 4:13:00 PM

Business Intelligence Status Report
Spurred by government mandates for more business transparency, business intelligence has emerged to extract information from ERP systems. How has BI emerged? What does the terminology surrounding it mean, and what is its current state of affairs?

DBMS: on the database. A DBMS separates data from the application programs and people who use the data, and permits many different views of the data. From a technical standpoint, DBMSs can differ widely, since terms such as relational , network , flat , and hierarchical all refer to the way a DBMS organizes information internally, which can affect how quickly and flexibly users can extract information. For example, a relational database management system (RDBMS) is a type of DBMS that stores data in the form
6/27/2005

TDWI Checklist Report: Analytic Databases for Big Data
Many organizations in today's “big data” world are contemplating a replacement of their analytic databases and data warehouses to keep pace with new requirements for advanced analytics, and they are turning more and more to specialized analytic database management systems (DBMSs). Within the DBMS arena, there’s a slow trend away from practicing analytics with relational DBMSs that were originally designed for OLTP and towards analytic databases that provide computing architectures designed for complex queries, analytic algorithms, high performance, and terabyte-size scalability. This TDWI Checklist Report presents requirements for analytic DBMSs with a focus on their use with big data, and defines the many techniques and tool types involved.

DBMS: systems (DBMSs). Within the DBMS arena, there’s a slow trend away from practicing analytics with relational DBMSs that were originally designed for OLTP and towards analytic databases that provide computing architectures designed for complex queries, analytic algorithms, high performance, and terabyte-size scalability. This TDWI Checklist Report presents requirements for analytic DBMSs with a focus on their use with big data, and defines the many techniques and tool types involved. TDWI Checklist
7/8/2013 5:25:00 PM

Oracle Database 11g Product Family
This white paper provides an overview of the various feature sets available within the Oracle Database family of products. Built using a reliable database architecture, these products provide the necessary foundation to successfully deliver more information with higher quality of service and efficiently manage change within the environment to deliver better value.

DBMS:   Database Management System (DBMS),   IT Infrastructure and Development,   Backup (Software and Processes) Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   Oracle database 11g,   database 11g,   database engine architecture Source: ZenithOptiMedia Learn more about ZenithOptiMedia Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Extending BI’s Reach: Anticipate Outcomes, Forecast Results, and Respond Proactively Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP
9/13/2012 1:49:00 PM

EBA Profile: Alltech
Alltech, a multinational biotechnology company providing natural solutions to the feed and food industries, needed to turn the data in its system into useful business information. Exact Business Analytics allowed Alltech to improve the management and distribution of business information. It eliminated approximately 1,200 different reports and turned Alltech’s 60 distinct databases into a valuable business asset.

DBMS:   Database Management System (DBMS),   File Management Related Industries:   Food Manufacturing,   Food and Beverage Stores,   Management,   Scientific,   and Technical Consulting Services,   Management of Companies and Enterprises Source: Exact Learn more about Exact Readers who downloaded this case study also read these popular documents! Sales Process Map Best Practices for ERP Implementation TEC 2013 Supply Chain Management Buyer’s Guide TEC 2013 CRM Buyer s Guide for Medium and Large
4/4/2006 1:07:00 PM

Antidot Collaboration Services


DBMS:   Database Management System (DBMS),   Information Management and Collaboration,   Collaboration and Groupware Related Industries:   Industry Independent Related Keywords:   Antidot Collaboration Services,   ACS,   business intelligence,   BI,   master data management,   MDM,   search engines,   Antidot,   enterprise data,   information sharing,   knowledge sharing,   information management,   collaboration,   SSO,   XML Source: Antidot Learn more about Antidot Readers who downloaded
10/8/2013 10:43:00 AM

Migration from IBM Rational Application Developer to MyEclipse Blue Edition
Migration from IBM Rational Application Developer to MyEclipse Blue Edition. Find the Software Information You're Being after related to Development Environment. Why would a company choose to migrate its development tools? And if the migration is decided upon, how can this be done easily and effectively? Get answers to these questions, and explore the concerns and issues surrounding migration of your development environment, using IBM’s Rational Application Developer (RAD) as an example of a current tool and MyEclipse Blue Edition from Genuitec as an example of a new tool.

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9/11/2009 2:02:00 PM

Case Study: Faronics Deep Freeze and Mobile County Public School System
The Mobile County Public School System was frustrated with frequent attacks by viruses and malware on its student and staff workstations. The school district’s IT department searched for ways to gain more control over the multi-user computer environment. With Faronics’ Deep Freeze servers, IT now has centralized control of workstations, and increased protection against the effects of spyware, malware, and viruses.

DBMS:   Database Management System (DBMS),   File Management,   IT Infrastructure and Development,   LAN and WAN,   Security,   Spyware Detection and Removal Source: Faronics Learn more about Faronics Readers who downloaded this case study also read these popular documents! The Future of the File Cabinet: A Guide to Understanding Electronic Document Management Systems Business Intelligence Ten Keys for Project Success Secure Information Sharing Network Security Management
10/3/2007 2:05:00 PM

Managing On-demand Package Implementations
Why choose on-demand when there are so many integrated software solutions on the market? Because on-demand packages provide a number of benefits that can help IT focus on innovation and creating true business value, rather than dealing with network headaches. But along with the benefits there are a number of challenges. Read more about these challenges and how you can manage your on-demand implementation project.

DBMS:   Database Management System (DBMS),   Middleware,   Networking,   Managed Service Provider (MSP),   Network Management,   Switch,   Operating System,   Network Monitoring,   Communications,   Infrastructure,   and Transportation Planning,   Software Selection,   Technology Tools and Methods Related Industries:   Manufacturing,   Information,   Finance and Insurance Source: Infosys Technologies Learn more about Infosys Technologies Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these
11/30/2007 8:55:00 AM

Identifying Critical Change Control Failure Points
There are key systems in every infrastructure where unapproved change can pose significant business risk. These guidelines show you how to properly categorize these systems in order to identify those that have risk characteristics. By learning how to identify critical change control failure points in your infrastructure, you reduce the threat of costly downtime, potential security breaches, and compliance weaknesses.

DBMS:   Database Management System (DBMS),   Electronic Distribution and Storage,   Storage Area Network (SAN),   IT Infrastructure and Development,   Storage Management,   Access Control,   Firewall,   Identity Management/User Provisioning,   Intrusion Detection,   Virus Protection,   Vulnerability Scanning and Assessment Related Industries:   Manufacturing,   Information,   Finance and Insurance Source: Solidcore Systems, Inc. Learn more about Solidcore Systems, Inc. Readers who downloaded this
11/6/2007 2:07:00 PM


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