TechRadar™: Enterprise DBMS, Q1 2014
In-Memory, NoSQL, And DBaaS Forge Ahead; Relational And Data Warehouses Focus On Innovation; And Market Starts Consolidating
February 13, 2014
Why Read This Report
Today, enterprises face increasing data management challenges, largely because of growing data volumes, data security issues, the need for real-time information, integration of structured with unstructured data, new application requirements, and the limitations of earlier generation database technologies. In addition, major industry-changing dynamics, such as mobility, cloud, social, big data, and the "age of the customer," are driving the need for a more scalable, high-performance, secure, and agile database platforms. As a result, enterprise architecture professionals find themselves under pressure to improve the deployment, optimization, and management of databases. This TechRadar™ assesses 15 of the key mature and emerging database technologies that help define enterprise database management strategy going forward.
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Table of Contents
- Enterprise Databases Focus On Specialization To Support New Apps
- Overview: TechRadar For Enterprise Databases
- Enterprise Database TechRadar: A Mature Yet Growing Market
- Your Database Strategy Needs To Change Going Forward
WHAT IT MEANS
- DBMS Market Diversity Is Peaking, Setting The Stage For Consolidation
- Supplemental Material