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Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
April 19, 2011

Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: April 19, 2011. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.


News Flashes

Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) met with Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) president Mark C. Clark during last week's COLLABORATE 11 conference in Orlando, Florida. Now, more than 2 years following the financial meltdown of late 2008, it is clear that more users are again out attending COLLABORATE. "We have gone through a period of very tight IT budgets, a 2-to-4 year phase of maintenance. Everybody I am talking to is looking at opportunities to do projects this year. And if they aren't doing it this year, they are planning for it next year," said Clark, commenting on the renewed enthusiasm for attending the conference.

SQL Sentry, Inc., a developer of software products that optimize the performance of Microsoft SQL Server environments, and DBSophic, a provider of performance management products for database-centric applications, have announced a new product bundle, the "Power Suite + Qure Quick Start Pack," to help SQL Server DBAs monitor, manage, troubleshoot and tune database server performance.

Trillium Software has formed an alliance with Microsoft to provide integration between the Trillium Software System data quality solution and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 customer relationship management (CRM) software. As a result, Microsoft Dynamics CRM users who choose to leverage integrated Trillium Software data quality services can ensure that global customer data is accurate and fit-for purpose, whether using on-premises or cloud deployment models (utilizing the Windows Azure platform).


Think About It

The relational database is primarily oriented toward the modeling of objects (entities) and relationships. Generally, the relational model works best when there are a relatively small and static number of relationships between objects. It has long been a tricky problem in the RDBMS to work with dynamic, recursive or complex relationships.

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