Log Buffer #345, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
Nov 8, 2013 / By Fahd Mirza
There are a number of technologies, apps, and social media creations out there seeking to displace blogs as the mode of sharing between surfers, but blogging has proved hardy. It has proven its mettle and it’s here to stay. This Log Buffer Edition appreciates this strength of the blogs.
Translating Fusion Apps Customizations: Composers mean Usable Apps in Any Language, Ultan o’Broin has more.
Do you find yourself trying several times to explain a problem in a Service Request? Does the support engineer ask more than once for clarification?
What If I Don’t Get An Exam Results Email Alert? Brandye Barrington asks.
Oracle is evolving the Oracle® Unified Method (OUM) to achieve the vision of supporting the entire Enterprise IT Lifecycle.
Richard Lefebvre is helping us to understand Oracle CX solutions pillars quickly and effectively.
How Often are Thumbnail Images Refreshed in the Power Pivot Gallery?
SQL Server Monitoring Functionality for the Mobile DBA
While the tabular model in SSAS makes it much easier to build cubes than the multidimensional model.
Version 9.04.004 of the RML Utilities for MS SQL Server has been released.
If you administer a SQL Server Reporting Services server, chances are you’ve had users complain the report manager is loading slowly.
MySQL introduced row-based replication in version 5.1, but Ike Walker still uses statement-based replication most of the time.
The MySQL developer tools team at Oracle is excited to announce the availability of MySQL Workbench 6.0.8.
Percona Server has implemented per-query variable statement support in version 5.6.14-62.0.
Ronald Bradford monitoring an online MySQL ALTER TABLE using Performance Schema.
In case you missed it, MySQL 5.6 added support for explicit partition selection.
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