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Improving data management, through entrepreneurship - MIT News Office

Improving data management, through entrepreneurship - MIT News Office | Access Guru | Scoop.it
MIT adjunct professor Michael Stonebraker co-founded Vertica Systems, and other startups, that have helped improve database management.
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It’s been said that MIT adjunct professor of computer science Michael Stonebraker is a pioneer of modern database software.  Through a series of academic projects and startups, starting in the 1970s, he’s brought to market technology that still drives much of the commercial database management system (DBMS) software available today — such as that released by Microsoft, IBM and others.

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The Man Who Tortures Databases -- InformationWeek

The Man Who Tortures Databases -- InformationWeek | Access Guru | Scoop.it
Have doubts about NoSQL consistency? Meet Kyle Kingsbury's Call Me Maybe project. Here's the number.
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It's an exciting time in the database world. We're casting aside the relational database management system shackles for NoSQL (and "NewSQL," but I'll just use NoSQL as a term for both) systems that let us achieve better availability and scalability by relaxing data consistency requirements.

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Our Services - Access Guru

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I believe service to the client is paramount. I am not happy until you are happy and I am committed to working with my clients until a satisfactory outcome is fully implemented. Because I am a sole operator, my overheads are extremely low and therefore I am able to offer my services at a very competitive rate. I work closely with my clients and get to know their business processes. I am intimately involved in each stage of the implementation of a solution, from the analysis of business requirements to the design and development of a solution which models the unique business processes of each client.

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Interview with MySQL community manager Dave Stokes | opensource.com

Interview with MySQL community manager Dave Stokes | opensource.com | Access Guru | Scoop.it
Interview with MySQL community manager Dave Stokes, a featured speaker at the upcoming All Things Open conference.
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Databases are constantly evolving which means there are always new things to learn, new skills to master, and new horizons. What makes MySQL so special is that it is ubiquitous—everyone has some MySQL somewhere in their life even if it is embedded in their network router, having their cell phone movements tracked by MySQL Cluster, their social media whims saved, or as the data store behind the content management system for their favorite hobby. And with this diversity comes new approaches and ideas.

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Database software news, help and research - ComputerWeekly.com

Database software news, help and research - ComputerWeekly.com | Access Guru | Scoop.it
Read the latest stories about database software and the products available to improve your information management.
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With the volumes of digital data used by businesses growing at exponential rates, having the right information management and database software becomes key to corporate decision-making.

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