This special research report provides valuable information for database administrators, IT managers and decision makers who are concerned with meeting demand for database services in a world where both the number of requests as well as the associated data volumes are steadily climbing. The key findings include:
- Business demand for database services, as well as the associated data volumes, is growing by 20% a year on average at organizations.
- Episodes of unplanned downtime are trending upward at many enterprises, and only one quarter can tell if cross-tier components are affecting database performance.
- The database as a service (DBaaS) delivery model has started to take root in IT, helping early adopters address agility and cost challenges of increasing database demand.
- Close to two-fifths of enterprises either already have or are considering running database functions within a private cloud.
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