Considering Cloud DBMS Systems? Choose Your Architecture Wisely!

Databases in the Cloud
Technology leaders are being inundated with a flood of new cloud architectures, strategies and products – all guaranteed by vendors and various industry pundits to solve all of our database challenges.  The seemingly endless array of public cloud based DBMS offerings can quickly become bewildering.  This article is intended to peel back the veil of cloud based DBMS offerings by providing readers with our experiences with cloud based database architectures.

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The current rise of the open source RDBMS

Enterprise IT has long been an industry that plays it safe. This statement applies directly to database management systems more so than any other technology, as these essential tools act as the repository for the most prized possession an organization can have: corporate data.

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Clearing 3 multicloud hurdles with 3 tips

Nowadays, the cloud is leveraged by almost every organization in the world in some way or another, whether it’s using Amazon Web Services Relational Database Service or something for end users such as Salesforce.com. It’s nigh-on impossible to avoid cloud computing, and these platforms have become so popular that many organizations have turned to multiple cloud-based solutions.

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What do businesses need to prepare for cloud migration?

Whether to host applications or increase storage, migrating workloads to cloud environments is a consistent trend. However, many database support services are discovering that businesses unfamiliar with the technology often don’t know where to begin. 

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Cloud computing changes the way DBA services regard database design

Cloud technology is changing the way database administration services approach database design. Software produced by Microsoft and Oracle is allowing these professionals to construct scalable, protected servers for their clients. 

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Three steps to take before migrating to the cloud

In response to the burgeoning cloud market, Oracle has rolled out a number of applications designed to help companies streamline migration. A number of businesses interested in capitalizing on the benefits associated with the cloud are turning to database administration services to assist them. Yet, there are a few preliminary steps these enterprises should take before submitting to cloud fever.

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IoT demands use of the cloud

Enterprises choosing to remain with legacy data centers won’t be able to take advantage of the Internet of Things. Database administration professionals would agree that the large amount of information being generated by Web-connected devices, ranging from smartphones to automobiles, cannot be contained or properly analyzed in a traditional system. 

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Oracle enters the cloud management arena

Oracle experts working for companies using singular or multiple cloud platforms are anticipating a new update released by the database solutions developer. Cloud computing has grown more popular with time, making it only appropriate that one of the world’s most renowned IT enterprises would develop a product that makes working with cloud servers much easier.

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