Ron Hymer Chosen To Lead New, Data Intensive, Custom Software Development Division

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TAMPA BAY, FLA. JANUARY 21, 2019 Dobler Consulting is pleased to announce that Ron Hymer, a recognized thought–leader in custom software development, will be joining the Dobler team to lead their client-centric software development practice. Hymer brings to Dobler years of experience designing and implementing data-intensive software solutions for national and regional business in a variety of sectors. “We are excited to have such a savvy business technologist like Ron join our team,” said Peter Dobler, President of Dobler Consulting. “The trend we’re seeing for 2019 and going forward is that business not only need expert managed services for their expanding enterprise data assets; they now need to more expertly leverage those assets through integrative, fine-tuned, custom software applications that are niche specific. Ron gives us this expertise and leadership.” According to Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Trends for 2019, this trend of fine-tuned software customization is driven by the combinatorial effects of strategic technologies: AI–driven development, edge computing, augmented analytics, blockchain, and security to create smart spaces for innovation, collaboration and immersive experiences. “I have worked in data leveraged software development for over twenty years, and there has never been a more exciting time where the convergence of technologies has (more…)

Dobler Consulting Achieves Prestigious SAP Gold Partner Certification Status

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Gold Certification Status Enables More Robust Value Creation For Client Needs   Tampa Bay, August 8th, 2018 – Dobler Consulting is pleased to announce it has achieved Gold Partner certification status with global technology giant SAP. SAP is the world’s leader in data-driven business transformation software, supplying over 90% of Fortune 2000 companies with data, cloud and enterprise software solutions. Dobler Consulting celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, as a nationally recognized database and information technology managed services supplier, and an INC. 5000 Fastest Growing Company. The trend is clear; exponential data growth and the talent and tools to leverage value from those data assets, is driving business transformation. Leveraging this trend, in order to make customers successful, is the foundation of the SAP Business Partner relationship. “The goals of Dobler Consulting and SAP have always been in sync,” said Peter Dobler, CEO of Dobler Consulting. “Make our clients successful by creatively linking customer demand-chain data to global supply-chain data in real-time, from any device, anywhere in the world. Gold Partner Certification is both an affirmation and commitment to that goal.” Gold Partner Certification is especially critical now as most businesses, both small and enterprise level are in or are (more…)

2018 Trends for Database and Data Management – Six Months Later (Trend 3)

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More Companies Will Die From Data indigestion Than From Data Starvation   Read about Trend 2 It’s True – companies today are swimming in data. And all the while, they are spending more money to create data, store data, manage data and secure data. Plus, the Internet of Things (IoT), and the Internet of Everything (IoE)  thing, is really just getting started. Data lakes, warehouses and silos are increasingly becoming obsolete words in the modern vocabulary of data management. A new approach of data architecture that facilitates orchestrating, securing and rapidly deploying data from various structured and unstructured sources to create actionable value is emerging. When data doubles every two years, the new tools and approaches to data management, real-time analytics and actionable solutions will no longer be nice-to-have. They will be got-to-have. Business data now is now a two-edged sword, it presents an existential opportunity and an existential crisis for your company. Want to avoid the crisis and leverage the opportunity?   Join Dobler Consulting and Anthony Antonello, VP, SAP HANA Global Center of Excellence, for a Live Webinar June 19th, 2018 @ 2:00 PM EDT for: SAP Sybase Roadmap 2018 View Video Replay and Download Presentation (more…)

2018 Trends for Database and Data Management – Six Months Later (Trend 2)

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The Rise of Real-Time Transactional Data   Read about Trend 1 Read about Trend 3 It seems analyst are hard at work to find the right wording that connects the promise of in-memory technology, to advanced analytics to multiple database sources, at the precise moment of transaction with the customer. Forrester calls it the odd-looking word  “translytic” as in “translytic data platforms”, Gartner uses the term “hybrid transaction / analytical processing, hopefully, HTAP for short, and IDC uses the rather straightforward “analytic transactional processing” which could mean everything and nothing at the same time. These rather athletic examples of concept mash-ups got me thinking about basketball and that maybe in-memory technology which makes it really all happen, is a point guard and that analytic engines and datasets are the centers and forwards of the game. And who was inarguably the greatest point guard in the history of the game, guy named Magic – Magic Johnson. So maybe the word the analyst are searching for is Magic… My point is, that technology and dry sounding words are not the point at all. Creating business value, creating Magic is the point. It’s when data meets analytics, meets creativity and meets the customer (more…)
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2018 Trends for Database and Data Management – Six Months Later (Trend 1)

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Enterprise database platforms are expected to expand beyond traditional relational database models to include non-relational alternative models   Read about Trend 2 Six months in, it seems quaint now to say that the world of non-relational data has exploded. Customers now expect general purpose database platforms will support a whole new level of workloads and functions. This is driven in part by the emergence of the non-relational technologies of NoSQL and Hadoop and the creative force to extract new value from data. The new standard is the ability to use multiple data types, video, graph and spatial capabilities, in addition to data virtualization and data virtualization support. Real time data analysis is now the norm and no longer the exception. Six months in, is it safe to say we are at the acceptance level of this trend but implementation and vision remains another matter?  Want to find out more about how your company can leverage the power of non-relational data and your database platform?   Join Dobler Consulting and Anthony Antonello, VP, SAP HANA Global Center of Excellence, for a Live Webinar June 19th, 2018 @ 2:00 PM EDT for: SAP Sybase Roadmap 2018 View Video Replay and Download Presentation (more…)
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In-Memory Databases vs Intel NVMe NUMA

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For the past few years, the hot topic for database vendors was the in-memory database. The general belief was and maybe still is, that server memory is getting cheaper and density will continuously improve. For the most part, this has been the case, maybe not as extreme as predicted. However, the data storage needs for databases increased at a much faster pace during the same time, which created another problem. Going beyond 1TB of memory in a single server will quickly become very expensive. A 1TB database used to be called very large. This attribute is now applied to the 5-10 TB databases servers. In-memory databases are needed where read and write performance are equally important. Traditional databases improve read performance by caching data in memory, but there is no way to improve write performance. To be ACID (Atomic, Consistent, Isolated and Durable) compliant, data must be written to persistent storage. An in-memory database achieves this by writing every transaction in parallel to a high-performance storage. In many cases this is a flash drive on the PCI bus or a SSD drive. But every write action must be stored away from Memory (RAM) to be ACID compliant. There are many (more…)
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Remote Database Support | Sybase | SQL Server | Oracle

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Get Around the Clock Database Support at an Affordable Price. Traditional remote database support services offer services based on your install base, if you need it or not. We offer a new approach of database managed services that goes beyond the databases and covers the entire user experience of any application. Remote DBA Support Plans and Pricing   We Support These Systems SAP Sybase ASE 16 SAP Sybase IQ SAP Sybase Replication Server SAP Sybase PowerDesigner SAP Sybase PowerBuilder SQL Anywhere SAP HANA SAP BusinessObjects Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Microsoft SharePoint Oracle Database 12c Golden Gate Oracle RAC Oracle Enterprise Manager MySQL Times Ten In-Memory Database Discover the Difference Managed Oracle Database Services Can Have on Your Business The basic concept of a remote database support is to lower the cost of database administration. Traditionally, remote database support was offered to large enterprise corporations with entire teams of databases. The goal was to do the same at a lower cost. This is just another form of outsourcing.   The Right Remote Database Support Service Model For You Our remote database support approach is one of the most flexible in the business. It is geared towards small and medium businesses that have a one or more applications (more…)

The Improvements of SAP HANA SPS11

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SAP HANA recently released a new version, SPS11, and it is full of excellent improvements that will help with data analytics, the management of IT, and application development. SAP HANA SPS11, or Support Package Stack 11, has been available since early November, but the company officially announced it in early December. SAP has said that this release will help many different companies of all sizes use SAP HANA to run their business. Read More