Posts by Fahd Mirza
This high-spirited Log Buffer Edition covers some of the best blog posts of the previous week from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL bloggers from across the planet.
There are many ways to express the knowledge learned but nothing is better than a comprehensive and concise blog post. This Log Buffer Edition gathers such blog posts across Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.
Log Buffer Carnival enables readers to see through the minds of database bloggers who are converting their thought process into blog posts. This Log Buffer Edition is the part of same chain. Enjoy.
Australia, being the most arid country in the world is known for its bushfires. The part of Australia where I live in doesn’t have many bushfires, but we do have several building fires, like any other part of the world. Firefighter is one occupation which many kids want to be when they grow up. Kids…
Fueled by massive growth of data and propelled by mammoth future potential of its application, bloggers across the database technologies are finding new things to explore in the light of previous knowledge. This Log Buffer Edition covers that all.
You can’t make a password strong enough. But at least you can try. Having at least one upper case character, one lower case character, one number, one punctuation mark or symbol, and greater than 8 characters, you can have a password which can be considered something decently safe, probably.
With promising clouds hovering over the skies of database technology, this Log Buffer Edition gathers some selective droplets for Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.
In multi-tenant environment, Database Resource Manager (DBRM), at the Container Database (CDB) level enables us to manage the resources like CPU usage and number of parallel execution servers among the plugabble databases (PDBs). Then within each PDB, DBRM enables us to manage resources like CPU, parallelism and managing the runaway queries which exceed the certain…
When I was 6 I dreamed about dinosaurs – the bigger ones, like the T-Rex. I loved them. As I reached 16, I dreamed about the girl next door, and everything else was simply invisible. When I was 26, I was already a DBA of few years, going through the final years of being a…
The Log Buffer carries on with the sparkling blog posts gathered from all across Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL.