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Microsoft® SQL Server™ is a database management and analysis system for e-commerce, line-of-business, and data warehousing solutions. In this section, you will find information for several versions of SQL Server. You will also find articles on database and database application design, as well as examples of the uses that SQL Server can be put to. Microsoft SQL Server 2014 builds on the mission-critical capabilities delivered in our prior release by providing breakthrough performance, availability and manageability for your mission critical applications. SQL Server Library SQL Server Library
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VLDB is a premier annual international forum for database researchers, vendors, practitioners, application developers, and users. VLDB 2008, the 34th conference in the series, will be held in Auckland, New Zealand. The conference will feature research talks, tutorials, demonstrations, and workshops. VLDB 08 - VLDB 08 VLDB 08 - VLDB 08
VLDB 2001: Online Papers VLDB 2001: Online Papers Online Papers Invited Papers - Research Papers - Industrial track - Applications track - Tutorials - Demonstrations - Panels Invited Papers Business Process Coordination: State of the Art, Trends, and Open Issues Umeshwar Dayal (Hewlett-Packard Labs.), Meichun Hsu(CommerceOne Labs.), Rivka Ladin (Compaq Tandem Labs) Thursday 13th September, 15:15-16:15, Aula Magna Ambient Intelligence with the Ubiquitous Network, the Embedded Computer Devices and the Hidden Databases Egbert-Jan Sol (Ericsson) Tuesday 11th September, 9:30-10:30, Aula Magna Et tu, XML?