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Welcome the the 87th of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.
Courtesy of our friends at Oracle cost containment company Miro Consulting, I am giving a webinar tomorrow at 1pm EST (click this link for the time in other timezones please. The subject I’ve chosen is how to apply the best practices around advanced supply management that are extremely successful and mature in the product supply chain world to the equally extremely immature practices we typically find in enterprise IT supply provisioning. It should be a great presentation; I give an overview of the famous “Toyota Way” and cover some recent findings from the California Management Review as well. Keep reading for a full overview.
Welcome to the 86th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs. Let’s jump right in.
Welcome the the 85th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs. Here we go!
At the risk of making it seem like this is all we’re talking about here at Pythian, here we go again. Paul Vallee pointed me towards this article by John Dvorak that more or less echoes a blog post I wrote in French the day previous for my personal blog that you can read here. So, first things first, Dvorak’s article leads me to think my theory is indeed wrong: if Dvorak says I’m right ; I’m afraid I’m wrong.
The 79th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs, has been published on H. TonguÃ§ Yilmaz Oracle Blog.
I was blog-tagged by Doug Burns – in his post, I *hate* chain letters ….I hate them too, I literally never pass them on no matter what vile fate that condemns me to. But this one includes a chance to talk about myself without seeming too self-involved, and there wasn’t even a threat of eternal damnation if I don’t do it. So let’s proceed then! 8 things about me that aren’t common knowledge…
I try to do a decent job of advocating for caring about good backups and business continuity strategies in my 7 Deadly Habits article. But this one beats them all, have a look for yourself, it too funny.
Welcome to the 77th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.
Dave has been sick these past two days and as a result, we do not have a comprehensive log buffer ready. I had two choices – cancel this week’s log buffer, or try to make it great despite this adversity. Never one to accept defeat easily, I’ll go for the second option. So this week’s log buffer is as follows: we are counting on each and every one of you, our faithful readers, to propose the one article you read in the last week, and include a short paragraph as to why this article was interesting to you and why it should interest us.