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Ineffective database architecture drives costs up
Applications supported by legacy databases or multiple databases can suffer a myriad of architectural issues. Those problems lead to production issues and high costs that limit business evolution.
Legacy databases stall success
Maintaining legacy systems is expensive, limits innovation, and diminishes customer experiences
Multiple databases are too much to manage
Using two or more data technologies per application puts your license and integration costs way over budget
Cloud bills spiral out of control
Using too many cloud services to support your applications can introduce hidden fees and steep running costs
Limited database architectures drive bills up
Legacy databases and point solution technologies require extra integration work, additional license fees, more maintenance efforts, and elevated infrastructure costs to maintain your application.
- Too many databases and technologies increase fees
- Extra integration and maintenance efforts rob valuable time
- Weak scalability leads to overprovisioning of infrastructure
Reduce cost with a fast and flexible database
For modern customer experiences, powered by applications spanning from cloud to edge, you need a cost-effective, scalable, and automated database.