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Database and Industry Perspectives
Chris Kleisath  

RSSThe Invisible Database

Thoughts and opinions on embedded, mobile and self-managing database systems, as well as the software business.

Blog on the Move!
Thu, 20 Dec 2012 09:19:06 EST
As part of Sybase's integration with SAP, this blog is on the move. Please update your links and RSS feeds to my new "Invisible Database" blog on the SAP Community Network (SCN). Here is the direct link: well, the RSS feed is here:

Glenn Paulley  

RSSI'd rather play golf

Thoughts on data management, autonomic computing, and self-managing database systems.

Call for tutorials: SOCC 2012
Tue, 26 Jun 2012 09:30:00 EST
The third annual Symposium on Cloud Computing , co-sponsored by ACM SIGMOD and ACM SIGOPS, will be held October 14-17 in San Jose, California. This is the first year that SOCC will not be co-located with another conference, which speaks volumes about the Symposium's popularity and the growing importance of cloud computing. The program chairs for this year's installment are Mike Carey from UC Irvine and Steven Hand from Cambridge.

Mobile Database  

RSSWandering Data

A blog about SQL Anywhere technologies for mobile applications

A SQL Anywhere Push Sample for Android
Mon, 22 Aug 2011 15:21:06 EST
This sample uses the Google Cloud to Device Messaging Framework (C2DM) to push data changes from a SQL Anywhere database running on your desktop to an Android application. It shows you how to add push capability to your own SQL Anywhere application on Android. Preparation To get this sample to work, you first need to register for two services. Each of these services needs to recognize your application, and see that


Geek Speak
Eric Farrar  

RSSPeering Behind the Browser

Exploring the World of Data Behind the Tags

This Blog is Moving to the SAP Community Network
Fri, 04 Jan 2013 11:20:54 EST
As of January 2013, this blog is being migrated to the SAP Community Network. It is available at Please update your bookmarks and news readers.Most of the content will be migrated to the new blog; however this original blog location will remain in a read-only state. This will be the last post on the original blog. All new posts will be made exclusively to the new blog on the SAP Community Network.I a

Jason Hinsperger  

RSSRows and Columns

SQL Anywhere perspective on technology

The Various Degrees of Hosting
Mon, 20 Feb 2012 08:00:59 EST
In talking with people about the differences in hosting options, I ended up with the following continuum view of various hosting models. I still need to think about it some more, but I present it here as a work in progress.The following table illustrates what you, as an end user, would have to manage under each 'level' of service. Following that is a brief description of each level, and what it offers. Hosting LevelHardware OS So