Migrating to Open Source?

Database Replication for Zero downtime Migrations, High Availability and Disaster Recovery

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11 - 11 am PT / 2 pm ET

Trends show you're far from alone in your increasing adoption of open source databases like MySQL, Postgres and flavors of NoSQL. By one estimate, open source database management systems (OSDBMS) will account for almost 75% of new, in-house applications by 2018, and about 50% of existing relational DBMS will be in some state of conversion by then. Resistance to the OSDBMS in the enterprise is diminishing as CIOs and IT managers realize that it is indeed a low-cost yet reliable alternative to the proprietary RDBMS, especially with the advent of better management functions and support. In short, the enterprise is taking open source databases seriously.

In this session, we will set the scene by examining the rapid growth of commercial-grade open source database platforms and highlight some of the challenges their use presents to developers and administrators unfamiliar with them.

We will then present some solutions that will allow developers and DBAs to address some of these challenges as they figure out how to transition off their existing database platforms.

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Jeffrey Surretsky
Sales Engineer, Information Management Group
Quest Software
Stephen Faig
Research Director
Unisphere Research and DBTA