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To gain insight into the evolving challenges for DBAs, Quest commissioned DBTA to survey DBAs and those responsible for the management of the corporate data management infrastructure. The results are in and the thought-provoking findings are now available
Join database performance management expert, Jason Hall, to learn how Foglight for MongoDB can extend monitoring over cross-platform databases.
Technology keeps changing, whether you’re ready or not. Today it's digital transformation, compliance, security threats, the cloud and hybrid environments. Tomorrow, it's something new. But how can you keep up?Join the Quest Innovation Tour in Zhuhai, China to hear how we've helped over 130,000 customers in 100 countries solve complex IT problems with simple solutions. We have you covered, whether it’s Microsoft platform management, unified endpoint management,
This e-book shows you how to simplify the migration and upgrade process so you can avoid the risk, downtime and long hours normally associated with it, particularly the upgrade to databases.
Under pressure to become more agile? Wish you had more time for innovation? Learn how to easily achieve those goals and more when you join top database management experts from Quest® and DLT at this exclusive event. You’ll see how to:Spend less time managing your data environment, and more time building a data-driven business. Develop, monitor, manage, protect and replicate databases faster and more reliably.Automate tasks, enable collabora
With the rise of autonomous databases – and all the other scary changes in database management systems – you, as a DBA may be wondering whether you’re in the midst of a DBApocolypse. You are. And this is your definitive survival guide.
Are you managing open source and non-relational databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB and Cassandra, right alongside your relational databases like SQL Server and Oracle? While these systems come with the same set of challenges most DBAs are used to e
A common challenge in many IT teams is the “blame game” where developers blame DBAs for stability and performance issues and vice versa. What if you had complete visibility and continuous monitoring to understand the root cause of database issues?