SQL Anywhere: A Holistic Approach to Database Self-management

@article{Bowman2007SQLAA,
  title={SQL Anywhere: A Holistic Approach to Database Self-management},
  author={Ivan T. Bowman and P. Bumbulis and Dan Farrar and Anil K. Goel and Brendan Lucier and A. Nica and G. Paulley and John Smirnios and Matthew Young-Lai},
  journal={2007 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Data Engineering Workshop},
  year={2007},
  pages={414-423}
}
In this paper we present an overview of the self-management features of SQL anywhere, a full-function relational database system designed for frontline business environments with minimal administration. SQL Anywhere can serve as a high-performance workgroup server, an embedded database that is installed along with an application, or as a mobile database installed on a handheld device that provides full database services, including two-way synchronization, to applications when the device is… Expand
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