INFORMIX DYNAMIC UNIVERSAL SERVER WITH UNIVERSAL DATA OPTION - BEST PRACTICS
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INFORMIX DYNAMIC UNIVERSAL SERVER WITH UNIVERSAL DATA OPTION - BEST PRACTICS

Enhance your productivity: Catch the next great wave in extensible databases Make the most of Object-Relational Database Management Systems (ORBMS) with Informix Get inside tips from experts throughout the industry Follow hands-on tutorials on Architecture, Design, and Datablades Migrate from your traditional DBMS to Informix Dynamic Server with Universal Data Option Like a conference in a book-The best of ORDBMS, now just for Informix This collection of papers from Object-Relational Database Management Systems (ORDBMS) pioneers brings together the best of the bunch-including Michael Stonebraker, data warehouse guru Bill Inmon, and industry expert Jim Panttaja-to cover all the hottest topics in a single book. Informix Dynamic Server with Universal Data Option: Best Practices shows you how organizations in a variety of fields are using ORDBMS technology to change the way they think about business. When you've implemented this scalable, high-performance technology, your organization can share libraries of rich content, manage projects dynamically through groupware solutions, and implement user-defined aggregates for decision-support systems.The best minds in the field offer you their experience and insights, including: *Tutorials for extending your existing database framework *Case studies of real-world applications *Do's and Don'ts from experienced developers *Tips on extending your server to the World Wide Web Whether you are new to extensible databases or a veteran manager, you'll discover answers to all your questions-and more-when you read these thought-provoking articles from experts on all sides of the industry. It all adds up to increased performance and productivity for your organization, and the competitive edge you need in today's marketplace.
Editora: PRENTICE HALL
ISBN: 0139110747
ISBN13: 9780139110740
Edição: 1ª Edição - 1999
Número de Páginas: 414
Acabamento: BROCHURA