The Object Database Handbook: How to Select, Implement, and Use Object-Oriented Databases
Douglas K. BarryThe first complete, hands-on guide to choosing, implementing, and managing the right object-oriented database for your organization
If you are responsible for selecting and implementing an object-oriented database in your organization, you need a tool to help you evaluate your options and make the right selection. And now here it is: The Object Database Handbookthe first complete, hands-on guide for anyone planning a move to object-oriented database technology. Doug Barry, "Databases" columnist with Object Magazine, provides you with a rational, systematic approach to selecting, implementing, and managing the object-oriented database products best suited to your company's unique computing needs. The book covers all the bases, providing clear, step-by-step guidance on how to:
Also, the book provides dozens of valuable checklists that make it easy to identify your needs and match them with the right choices. And several full-scale case studies are developed throughout the book that help you arrive quickly at a practical understanding of the concepts discussed.
DOUG BARRY is the Executive Director of the Object Database Management Group, the leading standards-setting body for object database technology. He also heads the consulting firm of Barry & Associates, where he specializes in helping his clients select object database management products for their application needs. Doug has more than twenty years of experience with database development and object technology.
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