"What's the best way to determine which type of database or database service is best for your enterprise? It all depends on what type of use case you require. Find out more in this article.
Basically all the digital information we use on a daily basis is in a database management system or a storage array somewhere in the world. These can range from as small a storage device as a smartphone to as large as a basically unlimited cloud storage system..."
"A set of long-running database management platforms will soon lose technical and security support but there is still time to act.
The clock is winding down on support for some relational database management systems, leaving organizations to make decisions that could possibly move them to the cloud. Though the legacy servers might still function, continued use could leave enterprises vulnerable to cyberattacks. Moreover, if organizations run into technical issues after support sunsets, they will be hard-pressed to find a helping hand. Experts from Clairvoyant and SoftwareONE say that change may be a mandatory next step for some organizations..."
"Learn how to satisfy all six IT resiliency imperatives...
Failure is an option in IT. In fact, failure is an ever-present option, and some can be whoppers. Consider, for example, when the South Central US Region of Microsoft's Azure cloud experienced a catastrophic failure. It began with a thunderstorm that set off a cascading series of failures, culminating in an entire datacentre going down. Some customers without IT resiliency provisions experienced over two days of downtime..."
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