The specialized magazine database pro of the Neue Mediengesellschaft Ulm GmbH publishing house provides every two months practical expertise for professional database architects, administrators, consultants, users and IT-managers whose scope of work is the selection of technologies, platforms, databases and development environments.
The magazine focuses on cutting-edge technologies and on products of the world of relational database systems (RDBS) with Open-Office solutions like MySQL having their dedicated area together with major producers like Microsoft, Oracle and IBM. Also, interfaces to CMS and CRM-systems are repeatedly put focus on.
Furthermore, next to user and practical reports, methods and tools on Business Intelligence are as well a part of the editorial concept offering in detail product tests, case studies, tips & tricks, insights into the industry and market overviews. Here, main emphasis is always put on the benefit of the described technology or product for the user.
|May 10 ‑ May 13, 2011||
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