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RDX is the pioneer of remote data infrastructure support. Since 1994, RDX has helped hundreds of companies lower support costs while increasing performance and availability. RDX's staff is backed by a monitoring and support infrastructure that has been continuously improved and enhanced over its 20 year history, and its customers have peace of mind knowing that their environments are administered by expert professionals utilizing industry leading SSAE 16 Type II best practices.

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 •  January 30

The database market landscape no longer consists of a handful of traditional database vendor offerings. The database market arena has exploded with dozens of new database offerings and architectures from organizations that range the spectrum. Competition from super-sized, nontraditional database vendors, open source offerings and startups are...

RDX

 •  January 30

In this third installment of our 2017 Database Trends analysis series, we focus our attention on the emergence of multi-model database management systems. We examine the impact the larger database vendors will have on their smaller, NoSQL competitors. In addition, we also discuss the premise that the vendor with the best technology doesn’t always...

RDX

 •  December 16, 2016

This is the second installment in the Who Will Win the Database Wars series which analyzes the most significant areas of database vendor competition. In addition to this comparison, the series also includes the following competitive assessments: Cloud vs On-Premises Database Management Systems The “Traditional Big Three”: Oracle Microsoft and IBM...

RDX

 •  November 19, 2016

RDX is pleased to announce the launch of our MongoDB NoSQL database service offering. NoSQL architectures have been gaining an increasing amount of attention from the IT community. Many organizations now consider NoSQL offerings to be standard infrastructure choices for new database-driven application implementations. The architectures’ ability to...

RDX

 •  November 19, 2016

In part 1, we talked about the cost reduction benefits that remote DBA service providers offer customers. In part 2 of the Remote DBA Benefits Comparison Series, we’ll discuss the continuity and quality of service and support flexibility benefits customers experience when utilizing a remote DBA service provider. We’ll also compare these benefits...

RDX

 •  November 19, 2016

We learned in previous articles that it takes more than just being a great technician to keep your customers happy. The theme of this series is that if you want to be viewed as a strategic resource in your organization, being a technical expert isn’t enough. Because of the trade you have chosen, the DBA position provides you with an excellent...

RDX

 •  November 19, 2016

This is Part 3 of a series that compares in-house personnel, consultants and remote DBA service providers. In Part 1, we talked about the cost reduction benefits that remote DBA service providers offer customers. In Part 2 we discussed service continuity and quality as well as the flexibility benefits customers receive when utilizing a remote DBA...

RDX

 •  November 19, 2016

The theme of this series of articles is that if you want to be viewed as a strategic resource in your organization, being a technical expert isn’t enough. Because of the trade you have chosen, the DBA position provides you with an excellent opportunity to play a more strategic role in your organization. In this installment of The DBA Best...

RDX

 •  November 19, 2016

Databases in the Cloud
Technology leaders are being inundated with a flood of new cloud architectures, strategies and products – all guaranteed by vendors and various industry pundits to solve all of our database challenges. The seemingly endless array of public cloud based DBMS offerings can quickly become bewildering. This article is intended to...

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 •  November 19, 2016

Designing, building and maintaining highly available (HA) architectures is the key to providing end users with 24x7 access to mission-critical applications. From the financial services sector to higher education, organizations require their databases be online and readily accessible. When these critical applications become unresponsive or...