We are happy to announce that our blog made Feedspot’s list of top blogs and websites for DBAs! Check out the full list via the link below, and check back often for more DBA tips and best practices on the RDX blog.
If you couldn’t attend April’s RDX Insights webinar, Evaluating and Selecting a Cloud DBMS Architecture, you can check out the recording below!
We hope you can join us next month for a Business Intelligence Overview. If you’re interested in being added to our webinar invite list, please email email@example.com.
This article series analyzes the most significant areas of database vendor competition. Each post will focus on a particular battlefield in the database wars, which allows readers to quickly navigate to the competitive analysis that they are most interested in. This first installment of the Who Will Win the Database Wars series provides a competivite analysis of cloud and on-premises architectures.
In addition to this comparison, the series also includes:
RDX Vice President of Delivery Strategies and Technologies, Chris Foot, was recently interviewed by Expeditive as part of their Expert Interview program. You can read the interview here. Check it out, and let us know what you think!
The 2013 Tech 50 finalists were announced this week, and RDX is a finalist for Solution Provider of the Year! The Pittsburgh Technology Council’s Tech 50 awards program acknowledges technology companies in southwestern Pennsylvania that have positively impacted the region through their leadership and innovation. Winners we be announced at the 2013 Tech 50 Awards dinner and reception on Thursday, October 10, at the Wyndham Grand in downtown Pittsburgh.
Data is one of the biggest drivers of business strategy. From accessing information to leveraging business intelligence, one of the primary responsibilities of IT departments is to keep these systems functioning at high performance levels at all times. To do so, many organizations have turned to flash storage.
Welcome to the information age, a time when businesses have access to a wealth of different data, ranging from first-party collected facts to Web analytics metrics. While organizations have always used data in one form or another to drive decision-making processes, companies nowadays are easily gathering information from CRM and ERP systems as well as discovering a variety of different data sources, including social media, cybersecurity reporting tools and industry studies.
As technology improves and organizations such as Microsoft, Oracle and IBM innovate new ways to take advantage of the cloud and big data, businesses are repeatedly told that they need to move into the future and adopt these solutions. Everywhere executives turn news sources and vendors are advertising big data and similar technologies. With the amount of press they receive, one is likely to assume that companies are retiring their relational databases in favor of their nonrelational counterparts.
Despite the well-known and oft-reported risks for corporate IT systems, too many organizations are behind the curve. However, when the press ruminates on data breaches and cybersecurity, many individuals conclude that businesses are the only targets of hackers. Recent news suggests that this belief in almost entirely inaccurate.