SolarWinds today announced its SolarWinds DBA xPress product, previously a paid-for tool is now available completely for free. DBA xPress reveals how a data environment is visually structured, helping compare, synchronise, script, and navigate data and schemas.
Veeam Backup & Replication v11 delivers more than 200 new features and enhancements, according to the company.
Storage vendor Pure Storage has announced updated Purity software for its FlashBlade and FlashArray storage units, along with a new capacity-optimised FlashArray model.
Global software house Microsoft is making big data the focus of SQL Server 2019, set for release later this year. A key part is data virtualisation, eliminating complex ETL processes.
If Microsoft thought that selecting Nat Friedman to head its new acquisition, GitHub, would help burnish its open-source credentials, then it has made a big mistake.
In this brave new world where cats and dogs can live together, Microsoft and Red Hat today announced OpenShift on Microsoft Azure, calling it the world’s first jointly managed OpenShift offering in the public cloud.
Microsoft’s SQL Server Management Studio is a Windows-only product, meaning developers and admins who preferred other operating systems had to find alternate tools until now, with the preview release of SQL Operations Studio.
DataCore's MaxParallel accelerates SQL Server and other workloads with no changes to hardware or applications, the company claims. DataCore has also announced new software for its SANsymphony and Hyperconverged Virtual SAN products.
These are the tools I depend on, both when establishing a new SQL Server or encountering one in the wild.
Dell EMC has announced new Azure-based services along with new systems validated for SQL Server and Exchange.
MinionWare is celebrating its anniversary by giving away free licences until 15 July Central Time.
DH2i announces it has chosen Rackspace to Host its DxEnterprise Software in the Cloud, in the industry first Container as a Service (CaaS) solution for Microsoft SQL Server.
When Microsoft announced a little over a week ago that it would be porting SQL Server to Linux by the middle of next year, it came as something of a surprise.
Microsoft's SQL Server is headed for Linux in 2017. What does this mean for Linux and Windows users alike?
Microsoft will make its SQL Server available for Linux by mid-2017, according to Scott Guthrie, the company's executive vice-president for its Cloud and Enterprise Group.
Continuing the move away from its 'box shifter' past, Dell is reinforcing its big data message with the release of a major update for the Statistica analytics software and the announcement of addtional Analytics-as-a-Service.
NetApp flash storage has improved application performance and simplified management for Goodstart Early Learning.
Veeam Explorer for Oracle will provide "a number of unique, industry-first features for Oracle," the company claims.
Even though Windows Server 2003 goes out of support tomorrow, Microsoft's ageing server operating system is still in use at 20% of Australian and New Zealand businesses according to a Telsyte survey commissioned by Dell.
The Reserve Bank of Australia has called for Expressions of Interest (EoIs) for a new software-based core banking system.
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