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What is meant by horizontal and vertical database scalability?

Posted by Andreas Hope on Nov 8, 2017 9:55:00 AM


Database server scalability is a common practice in use by IT departments today to help them cope with ever-growing databases and server requirements.

As data requirements grow, the number of server instances in use by businesses explodes, and the importance of stable and reliable IT systems increase, it’s no longer possible for businesses to cope with rigid, non-scalable systems and tools.

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Topics: scalability, sqlserver, sqlmonitoring

Helping DBAs find Productivity: an Interview with dbWatch

Posted by Rebecca Harrisson (Guest) on Oct 4, 2017 8:28:00 AM

This is a guest post by Rebecca Harrisson, a writer from Oslo, Norway, focusing on science and technology subjects.  

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Topics: sqlserver, sqlmonitoring

AZURE database performance measured

Posted by Andreas Hope on Mar 8, 2017 8:17:00 AM

Considering migrating your databases to Azure? A new report by our CTO Marek Jablonski has revealed some very surprising facts about the performance you can expect from an Azure database.

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Topics: sqlmonitor, sqlmonitoring, databaseoperations, azure, cloudperformance