Business intelligence and data warehousing tips and trends for database administrators
Data integration often splits the data science community into two factions: those who automate and those who prefer manual coding. While automated tools are still sometimes viewed with suspicion by data ‘purists’ who favor SQL or other programming or scripting languages, even the most hardened coders can benefit from automated data integration systems.
Business intelligence has evolved significantly, but the challenge of bringing it to the masses as a powerful and simple solution remains. One of the major challenges is in handling and managing the big data and unifying the different data sources into a steady steam that can be easily analyzed to tell a story.
For database administrators and managers, a primary daily concern is managing the company’s data effectively and efficiently. It is up to the DBA to prepare for and deal with any potential problems that arise within the database, which generally occurs when and where change occurs.
Today, organizations are spending a lot of time trying to simplify, align development with operations, and manage commodity or virtualized resources on-demand. This helps to reduce costs, improve efficiency and evolve solutions in a more agile fashion. Read on to learn more.
As an IT company, it is crucial that you maintain uptime and monitor the performance of various processes. By making database load balancing a key element, you can ensure that your processes and websites run smoothly.
A truly effective database security program must incorporate people, process, and policy into a holistic approach customized for every company's needs, and then be reinforced with robust security technologies. Read on to learn more.
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