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Articles from Database Trends & Applications (September 1, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
A look back. Kline, Kevin 648
American tower selects expressor for its new enterprise data warehouse program. Company overview 587
As the oracle ecosphere evolves: so do its participants. McKendrick, Joe Cover story 2344
BlueFinity announces mv.NET version 4.2. 127
Brent Ozar becomes certified master for SQL Server 2008. Interview 735
Customer successes with Oracle Data Integration. Gobelyan, Hagop Argiflt 630
Data quality isn't a one-night stand. 1075
Data virtualization and MDM: the fastest way to a 360[degrees] view. 477
Dispelling the top five open source database myths. Schumacher, Robin 804
Entrinsik introduces informer 4.1 with new plug-in architecture. Brief article 123
Five key factors for implementing successful real-time data integration. Radzik, Irem 629
Increase operational responsiveness with real-time data integration. Product/service evaluation 585
Integrating uncommon data formats in financial services. 754
Is your approach to multidomain master data management upside-down? Shankar, Ravi 1072
Keep your head down on the follow through. Schraml, Todd 647
Kore Technologies tapped as resale partner for rocket CorVu products. Brief article 127
Managing database storage. Mullins, Craig S. 794
Movements in the private cloud. Harrison, Guy 618
MVP software scores with online sports scheduling application: revelation Software's new O4W module supports new web application for high school sports management. Wells, Joyce 1137
Optimizing DBMS performance in virtualized data centers: Scott Walz, Senior Director of Product Management for Embarcadero Technologies, explains what changes when data centers move to visualization. 749
Pragmatic MDM-data virtualization enables simple to complex MDM with low risk. 566
The challenge to delivering a complete picture of the business. McKendrick, Joe 809

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