DBM

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AcronymDefinition
DBMDatabase Management
DBMDepartment of Budget and Management
DBMDemineralized Bone Matrix (grafts)
DBMDecibel (referenced to milliwatts)
DBMDibenzoylmethane (chemical compound)
DBMDemineralized Bone Matrix
DBMData Base Module
DBMData Buffer Memory
DBMData Base Mass Memory
DBMDialog Box Manager
DBMDigital Brand Manager
DBMData Base Machine
DBMDual Bit Map
DBMDynamic Buffer Management
DBMData Burse Message
DBMDistributed Bandwidth Manager
DBMDatabase Marketing
DBMDouble Balanced Mixer
DBMDrake Beam Morin (human resource services)
DBMDeadly Boss Mods (World of Warcraft addon)
DBMDatabase Mirroring (Microsoft SQL Server 2005)
DBMData Base Manager
DBMDe Bellis Multitudinis (Latin: large scale battle)
DBMDiploma in Business Management (tertiary education)
DBMDéchets Biomédicaux (Biomedical Waste)
DBMDatabase Machine
DBMDon't Bother Me
DBMDécision Budgétaire Modificative (French: Revised Budget Decision; various organizations)
DBMDesign Basis Memorandum
DBMDealer Business Management (automotive)
DBMDoctor of Business Administration
DBMDrive by Media
DBMDelta Blues Museum
DBMDivine Breakthrough Ministries, Inc. (Tallahasee, FL)
DBMDivision of Biology and Medicine
DBMDe Bury Motoservice (motorcycle garage; France)
DBMDual Bitmap
DBMDynamic Buffer Management (Cisco)
DBMDevelopmental Behavioural Modelling
DBMDivorced Black Male
DBMDeep Breathing Meditation (clinical study)
DBMDevelopment Bank of Mauritius Ltd
DBMDiploma in Botanic Medicine
DBMDean Berg Ministries (Broken Arrow, OK)
DBMDial Backup Module
DBMDense Bituminous Macadam (transportation engineering)
DBMDepressive Black Metal (music genre)
DBMDomestic Bulk Mail (various locations)
DBMDynamic Battle Management
DBMDisrupted in B-Cell Malignancy
DBMDifference Bounds Matrix
DBMDisplay Based Marketing (ASDI)
DBMDistributed Buffer Manager (Juniper Networks, Inc. routers)
DBMDistributed Battle Management
DBMDistributed Behavioral Model
DBMDeutscher Berufsverband der MotopädInnen Mototherapeut/Innen (German Professional Organization of Mototherapists)
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Microsoft's SQL Server software includes several tools to prevent data corruption, including snapshot replication, transactional replication, AlwaysOn Availability Groups, failover clustering, and database mirroring.
For quite a while, I was under the impression that AlwaysOn was Microsoft's term for the successor to database mirroring, a useful high availability feature introduced in SQL Server 2005 SP1.
Additional redundancy and database mirroring options via a move to Microsoft(R)'s SQL Server(R) database, to provide enhanced uptime and additional tools for meeting CIP-009 requirements for system availability and recovery.
NET framework integration, integration services, service broker, database mirroring and snapshots, and reporting services.
At the conclusion of this course the student will be prepared for successful database administration, design and programming of SQL Server 2005, including all the new features such as Management Studio UI, recursive queries, enhanced reporting, improved error control, integrated projects and database mirroring.
SP1 provides production-ready Database Mirroring functionality for continuous availability, complementing SQL Server 2005's Always On Technologies, including database snapshots, failover clustering, log shipping and snapshot isolation.
SQL Server 2005 Beta 2 includes many performance, scalability and availability enhancements to key features such as Snapshot Isolation, Database Mirroring, Database Snapshots, partitioning and Service Broker to help customers deploy highly scalable, reliable applications.
I think that there are some technologies around to sort of the high-end nonprofits these days that will allow them to maybe take advantage of some more sophisticated techniques like database mirroring, things of that nature, but I think the bulk of nonprofits really need to rely on (steady backup techniques).
Office Talk Version 3 Enterprise edition provides, the functionality and database the options of the Standard edition with the addition of support for database mirroring and synchronisation and multiple work groups for multi-site and larger organisations.
INTERSYSTEMS CORPORATION'S NEW VERSION OF ITS CACHE HIGH-PERFORMANCE OBJECT DATABASE TARGETS THE INCREASING DEMAND BY CIOS FOR ECONOMICAL HIGH AVAILABILITY BY INTRODUCING DATABASE MIRRORING, WHILE ALSO ADDRESSING JAVA DEVELOPERS' NEED FOR HIGH-VOLUME HIGH-PERFORMANCE PROCESSING COMBINED WITH PERSISTENT STORAGE FOR EVENT PROCESSING SYSTEMS.
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