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Theory about split data in several isolated (different physical server) DBMS to gain in security?
Suppose the following scenario: 1- A web app (on WEBSERVER1) and its database (on DBMS1) having very sensible information deployed in the same physical server (lets said that for simplification). ...
Oct 10 '13 at 13:25
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