Implementing Database-as-a-Service Offering with Microsoft SQL Server

In 1988, Microsoft changed the landscape for database implementations through the introduction of the first release of Microsoft SQL Server. This product enabled businesses of all sizes to have access to robust database features fully integrated into a Microsoft ecosystem. MS SQL Server has evolved through the years, with the current SQL Server 2019 as the 15th official major version of the product. The modern Microsoft SQL Server rivals, and in many cases exceeds, the capabilities of even the most advanced versions of Oracle, DB2, and other mainstream enterprise class relational database engines. However, many Cloud … READ MORE

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IBM® InfoSphere® Guardium® is an enterprise information audit and
protection solution that helps enterprises to protect and audit information
across a diverse set of relational and nonrelational data sources such as
Oracle, Teradata, IMS, VSAM, Microsoft® SharePoint, and IBM Netezza®, and IBM
DB2® for z/OS®, and DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows. With InfoSphere Guardium
V9.0, DB2 for i can now be included as a data source, enabling you to monitor
access through native interfaces and through SQL. This article provides a
brief overview of the InfoSphere Guardium architecture, describes how to
configure access (including best practices for performance), and describes how
to access data activity reports.

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