IT leaders need to look for ways to get more value from their data. They need modernized database solutions that allow you to spend time innovating and building new applications—not managing infrastructure.
Moving on-premises data to managed databases built for the cloud can help you reduce time and costs. Once your databases are in the cloud, you can innovate and build new applications faster—all while getting deeper and more valuable insights.
Migrating to the cloud is the first step toward entering the era of purpose-built databases. But once in the cloud, how do you know which types of databases to use for which functions? Read on to learn more about purpose-built database types—and how you can ensure a smooth transition into this new era of innovation, performance, and business success.