Stories From The Issue Of » March 22, 2004
Bigger & Better
Just a few years ago, a data warehouse or transactional database that approached a terabyte was considered big. Today, "big" means tens of terabytes. Here's the story behind four of the largest data systems in the world, plus a government database project expected to reach up to 5 petabytes (or 5,000 terabytes) within several years and up to 50 petabytes in 20 years. All are examples of organizations pushing the edge of what's possible with database technologies.
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- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Trust, Yes, But Ask For Accountability
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- William Schaff Taking Stock: Enterprise Software: Let's Make A Deal
- The Advisory Council SmartAdvice: Getting The Right Onsite Mix With Offshore Suppliers
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: Cool and Quiet, Part III
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