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Cloud
HPE integrates Azure Stack and MS SQL server into GreenLake edge to cloud platform
Microsoft Azure Stack and Microsoft SQL Server have been integrated into Hewlett Packard’s HPE GreenLake platform.
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Database
One Identity boosts database security with Microsoft SQL Server support
One Identity has announced its One Identity Safeguard solution now supports Microsoft SQL Server 2017 and SQL Server 2019 database environments.
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Amazon Web Services / AWS
Commvault adds AWS B&R among new capabilities
Also enhances Oracle and SQL database migration capabilities and adds integration with ServiceNow SaaS platform.
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Microsoft
Microsoft: The sky's the limit for your data with Cosmos DB
A modern Internet age with globally-distributed applications that must be fault-tolerant and scalable demands a high-concurrency, low-latency database model.
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Microsoft
No ETL? No worries, with SQL Server 2019's new data virtualisation
Unlike a typical data lake, there is no need to move data from where it lives when using data virtualisation, and this is a huge advantage over traditional ETL.
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Developers
Working with normalised SQL Tables – a guide
The goal of this workshop post is to explain a method for working with normalised SQL data in PowerApps.
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Microsoft
Ignite 2018 - Making AI real for your business with Azure Data
The driving force behind powerful AI applications is data – and getting the most out of AI requires a modern data estate.
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Cloud
Microsoft unveils new 365, Dynamics and Azure features at Ignite
The company talked about it's aiming to enable customers to harness data, AI, hybrid and cloud technologies to evolve business process.
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Wardy IT
Wardy IT celebrates four year run as HPE Microsoft data platform winner
Wardy IT Solutions has scooped up the Asia Pacific HPE and Microsoft Frontline Partner Award 2016 for Data Platform - for the fourth year in a row.