LightningCode is a .NET Web database application generator from SQL Server database. If you want to dramatically reduce your development-time...
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Parallels can now integrate the 2X RAS server into its solutions to improve corporate use of Parallels virtual desktop software.
Sponsored by Redhat and Intel
In the modern, global landscape, it is almost certain that users will need to access mission-critical business applications at any time of day, from any time zone. Is your datacenter ready?
Microsoft is preparing to release a preview of a new version of its Azure SQL database before year-end which is aimed at simplifying the move of database applications to the cloud.
Microsoft is targeting the second half of calendar 2015 as its latest release target for both its next-generation Office client and server applications.
Microsoft is building new container technologies into the next Windows Server release, enabling Dockerized applications to run on Windows Server on-premises or on Azure.
DataForms.Net allows developers to create database applications on MS SQL Server or other RDBMS. Just point DataForms.Net to any table...
Oracle's summer of product launches continues as Database 12c becomes generally available. Will all applications go in-memory?
Big trends in the No Design Database era and other takeaways from MongoDB's first user conference.
CodeGen.NET RAD Tool generates 100% .NET Windows Forms + ASP.NET Web Forms applications from your SQL Server database schema in less...
Oracle's 12c database with in-memory option, cloud offerings and applications have analysts upbeat -- for now.
Continuuity is on a mission to make big data application development accessible, powerful, fast -- and enjoyable.
After disappointing first quarter, Unisys is counting on new products to lift its fortunes, not least its Forward fabric architecture designed to boost application performance in virtualised environments.
The OpenStack Icehouse release includes Trove for supporting Database as a Service. Tesora is stepping forward with its database virtualization engine to make deploying database applications easy.
A new version of Microsoft's database has been released, with enhanced in-memory support and Azure-hosted backup.
The next release of Redmond's flagship relational database is done. In-memory computing; cloud and hybrid scenarios; and enhanced data warehousing capabilities are the product's major new features.
In a surprising move, Red Hat will enable users to run .NET applications and SQL Server on its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service cloud.
DH2i's DxConsole uses server-side application virtualization to provide SQL Server with more availability, disaster resistance, and unified management control. Is this a better approach than placing the database in a virtual machine?
The CloudBridge offering also comes bundled with applications from Qumu, Talon and Cortado along with up to two virtual Windows Server images.
AppZero is collaborating with Microsoft to persuade users of Windows Server 2003 to update before Microsoft stops supporting the operating system using AppZero's application virtualization technology.
Organizations often think about using virtualization to make their processing, storage and networks disaster tolerant. DH2i believes that deploying application virtualization is a better way to make databases highly available than using virtual machines.
As organizations digest BYOD, they often turn to wrapping apps to make them available remotely. Cortado's Henning Volkmer thinks that approach is dead and suggests that a more centralized approach is better.
When Melrose transitioned from nearly 100 percent server virtualization to a novel cloud capability built on VMware vCloud Hybrid Service, they discovered that they could not only host their own applications, but also those of nearby communities for an ongoing fee.