The 2012 Dynamic Database Project Award

Win an Apple iPad; deadline is Nov. 9

SearchOracle.com and SearchSQLServer.com are teaming up to select three finalists and one winner of the 2012 Dynamic Database Project Award. We will choose the most innovative, cost-saving, best database project that started or finished in 2012, and the winner will receive a free iPad. Enter your project by Nov. 9.

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Introduction to the Dynamic Database Project Award competition

Have you or your team instituted a game-changing database project in the past year? Do you know a database pro who can best be described as a true innovator?

The Dynamic Database Project Award will recognize an important, innovative, best database project that started or finished in 2012. Nominations can come from database administrators, IT managers, chief information officers, chief technology officers, or others who had a key role in the project.

Dynamic Database Project Award entries could include submissions for database consolidations, migrations to SQL Server 2012 or Exadata, migrating databases to the cloud, leveraging databases through big data, or any other number of innovative ideas.

An independent panel will judge nominations for innovation, improved performance and decreased expenses. There will be three finalists, all of whom will be featured on SearchOracle.com or SearchSQLServer.com. The one winner will receive an Apple iPad.

Download the 2012 Dynamic Database Project Award submission form. Submit your entry to mfontecchio@techtarget.com.

Award Winner

In the coming months, we will feature profiles of the three finalists. Here we will profile the ultimate winner of the Dynamic Database Project Award.

Finalist profile

We will feature a profile of a finalist's database project here.

Finalist profile

We will feature the third finalist's database project here.