Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Get the 411 on federated databases

March 25, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
What is a federated database?

Get up to speed on federated databases with this short video, the first in our new Channel Explained video series.

Stephen J. Bigelow, senior technology writer, explains what a federated database is and discusses its pros and cons. He also talks about the two kinds of federated databases: heterogeneous and homogeneous. The information in this video will help you talk to your customers that are considering database federation.

Watch this video.

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