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With the average breach costing 0 per lost customer record, and even more for lost intellectual property, organizations are looking for new solutions.
Forward-thinking organizations have discovered a new class of solutions that can detect sophisticated, novel threats designed to look like typical behavior.
It concentrates the transactions and places a great deal of pressure on the database stack to operate at optimal levels of performance and availability.
This is why the database is so critical, and it’s also why the DBAs who manage it are more than average administrators.
It begins with the all-important first step: gaining as close to a complete, 360-degree view of customers as possible.
Big data platforms that implement open source Apache Hadoop technologies enable organizations to assemble data for a 360-degree view.
This technical brief covers the history of the database, a snapshot of the current database market and the priorities of today's DBAs as they manage increasing numbers of different kinds of database environments.
As companies scramble to protect digital assets from a new generation of threat actors, big data and machine learning are yielding critical threat intelligence.
A new IDG Research survey finds greater visibility is essential.
The world of data management is changing rapidly, from the way we work, to the underlying technologies we rely upon.
Since the term “big data” swept the world off its feet, Hadoop, No SQL and Spark have become members of the enterprise landscape, data lakes have evolved as a real strategy and migration to the cloud has accelerated across service and deployment models.