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Everyone is talking about it. Some are worried about it. What are you doing about it? How are we to properly access and maintain all the data which we find so critical to the decisions we make? Whether you are talking warehousing, migration, or replication, managing big data can be made much easier with bulk load functionality.
DBTA and Progress DataDirect are sponsoring a webinar on Wednesday, November 30, which will discuss multiple bulk use-case scenarios. Whether you are looking at Disaster Recovery, or Cloud Data Publication, whether your application uses ODBC, or JDBC, you can simplify the data access architecture with DataDirect bulk load.
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