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  • Infographic: Four Ways SWO Helps Fuel Business Innovation

    Single-console visibility helps DevOps observe everything, observe from anywhere, and automate systematically and intelligently.

  • eBook: Four Ways SolarWinds Observability Is Built to Amplify the DevOps Trifecta

    Operational awareness within a single cloud environment today can be complex and challenging for DevOps teams. Add on multiple cloud vendors and the need for robust observability expands dramatically. simply being cloud-aware isn’t the end game. Cloud observability is also about taking control of the business and DevOps teams to see the entire, complete picture as a single source of truth when issues flare up. This ebook introduces the idea of the DevOps trifecta-- Integrated Tools, Unified Intelligence, and Large-Scale Cooperation-- and how SolarWinds Observability can amplify all three aspects to optimize awareness in one’s public cloud.

  • Choosing Between Windows 10/11 Pro and Windows 10/11 IoT Enterprise

    Not all Windows flavors are created equal. The differences between Windows 10/11 Pro and Windows 10/11 IoT Enterprise are many, ranging from obvious to subtle, and organizations ignore them at their peril. Download this paper sponsored by top Microsoft distributor Advantech to make deciding between the two as painless as possible.

  • The guide to saving time when creating AI data

    Wading through vast amounts of unstructured data to accurately annotate assets requires a tremendous amount of patience, organization, and time. Drawing from the experiences of hundreds of AI teams across industries, we are sharing six time-saving practices for ML teams to implement when handling AI data.

  • 10 training data practices used by the most successful AI teams

    Machine learning teams today are confronted by a variety of challenges around the development of training data, such as building an efficient and optimized labeling pipeline, improving the quality of labeled data, incorporating advanced methodologies such as automation, and more.

  • The complete guide to data engines for AI

    ML and data science teams often spend a disproportionate amount of their time curating, labeling, and preparing training data in order to build AI products and improve model performance. Learn what many leading AI teams have discovered which is that by employing a data engine to be the foundational infrastructure for how their team members interface with data and models — they can remove key bottlenecks and build these products remarkably fast.

  • Why Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    Windows 10 IoT Enterprise has the best set of technical and business attributes for your intelligent edge devices.

  • Maintain Optimal SQL Server Performance

    Optimal SQL Server performance is vital for today’s businesses. IT professionals charged with keeping Microsoft® SQL Server® running at peak performance need an effective strategy paired with a fully functional solution to maintain a watchful eye over their database environment.

  • Gaining Performance Insights for SQL Server

    Database engines like SQL Server or Azure SQL Database are very heavily instrumented pieces of software. SQL Server tracks a multitude of internal and operating system metrics, down to the level of tracking which each thread is waiting on and aggregating the data. Starting in recent versions of SQL Server, query execution and performance are tracked in stored in a feature called the Query Store.

  • Query Optimization for Plan Explorer

    Execution plans provide a rich source of information that can help us identify ways to improve the performance of important queries. Sometimes, performance will still not be good enough, even after multiple performance tuning techniques are applied. This eBook will help you get the absolute most out of the additional insight a SQL monitoring tool should offer.

  • DevOps for the Database

    This book is about DevOps for the database, and why it’s different, hard, valuable and doable. You can adopt or improve DevOps practices for your databases. We all can. If you’re responsible for all or part of building and running a data-intensive application, and you want to modernize and automate as much as you can for speed, stability and efficiency, then this book is for you.

  • Understanding Fundamentals of Database Performance

    Explore ways to monitor, analyze, and improve database performance by optimizing queries and understanding the foundations for database workloads. No matter your level of expertise, this is an indispensable resource for anyone responsible for SQL query optimization.

  • Identifying Database Performance Problems

    Is your application slow, or is it just you? Slow applications frustrate users and impose very real costs. Most applications rely on databases, and this makes database performance analysis an increasingly important topic of exploration. This tech brief provides an overview of database performance analysis software and why it's important to your business.

  • Managing the Multiple Database Journey

    Learn how you can implement a technology built specifically for SQL query performance, monitoring, analysis, and tuning, which supports not only the leading open-source databases like MySQL and PostgreSQL, but also Oracle, Azure® SQL Database, and Microsoft.