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Four Database Options for Migrating Applications to the Cloud

Click to learn more about author Jeff Boehm. Independent software vendors (ISVs) are on the front lines of an on-demand market, one in which their customers require immediate and continuous access to services and applications. As such, they are turning to the cloud to support elastic scale, rapid growth expectations, and a “pay as you […] The post Four Database Options for Migrating Applications to the Cloud appeared first on DATAVERSITY.
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