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  • New Azure SQL subscription model has performance levels

    Robert Sheldon explains the new subscription model for Azure SQL Database coming out in 2015. The new model will have three service tiers -- basic, standard and premium. It will also have performance levels for each tier.

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  • How do I allow my offsite programmer access to our ColdFusion server?

    How do I allow my offsite ColdFusion programmer access to our ColdFusion server running Win2k SQL database? I've allowed him FTP access when we had it on MS Access and that worked for file download. But we may need him to access the SQL 2000 database for maintenance. Is there a 'built-in' function...

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  • Elite Brands turns to Data Robotics DroboElite for data backup plan

    SMB turns to Data Robotics' iSCSI system to alleviate backup problems caused by large SQL databases and little available space on standalone servers, after determining most networked storage options were too big for its needs.

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  • Squirrel: The universal SQL client

    Jim Mason, president of ebt-now, shares his thoughts on the open-source product Squirrel. According to Jim, Squirrel is a great tool for accessing any type of data anywhere using SQL. In this tip, he explains what Squirrel is, the challenges of working with Squirrel and how this product could work...

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  • VoltDB’s ‘new SQL’ database ups velocity for big data apps

    Data pioneer Mike Stonebraker's latest take on transactional processing is a "new SQL" database. This week it adds hooks for fast data ingestion.

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  • NuoDB cloud data management set to make SQL ‘of the cloud’

    NuoDB's software said to bring elastic scaling of cloud computing to the SQL database. The goal is to add servers for transactional jobs as needed.

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  • How to determine your SQL database through needs analysis

    Finding the best SQL database for your company can be a long-drawn-out process that should not be taken lightly. The journey starts with a single step: a thorough 'needs analysis.

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  • Why you should think twice about Windows Azure SQL Database

    Expert Serdar Yegulalp explains why Windows Azure SQL Database may not be such a great fit for your IT shop after all. Learn what to watch out for.

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  • The pros of Windows Azure SQL Database

    What are the pros of choosing Windows Azure SQL Database over more traditional infrastructure? Serdar Yegulalp shares his knowledge on the subject.

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