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Virtualization, Cloud Having Little Impact On Databases

January 30, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: Network Computing

Cloud computing has taken center stage over the last two years as the hot enterprise technology, but in the database realm, the public cloud and off-site hosted database services still represent too many unknown factors to truly have mass adoption. According to the co-author of the InformationWeek “State of Database Technology” report, the public cloud is so far having very little impact on enterprise databases.

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