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Keith Townsend discusses what is disrupting traditional SAN arrays, and considers what this means for the future of enterprise storage.
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With the development of database management systems, there is suddenly a need for up gradation from an old database to a new desired database. For example, sometimes the organizati...
Apple's acquisition of FoundationDB is a warning to all: contribute to the open-source projects you love, or risk losing them.
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Data migration is the process of moving data from one environment to a new one; it may be used to support migration from one database to another or between major upgrades of a data...
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