Log Buffer #372, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

May 23, 2014 / By Fahd Mirza

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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.

Oracle:

Tanel Poder is combining Bloom Filter Offloading and Storage Indexes on Exadata.

Randolf talks about 12c Hybrid Hash Distribution with Skew Detection / Handling – Failing.

Kyle talks about 5 Databases issues that are costing you time and money.

Frits Hoogland unfolds as how Exadata Smart Scan works.

A Framework Approach to Building an Oracle WebCenter Intranet, Extranet, or Portal.

SQL Server:

Microsoft adds forecasting capabilities to Power BI for O365

Capping CPU using Resource Governor – The Concurrency Mathematics

Dell Doubles Application Speeds, Processes Transactions 9X Faster with In-Memory OLTP

Architecture of the Microsoft Analytics Platform System

Introducing the AzureCAT PPI Theater at PASS BA

MySQL:

Dean Ellish blogs about using Go with MariaDB.

MySQL 5.6 has added support for EXPLAIN FORMAT=JSON. The basic use case for that feature is that one can look at the JSON output and see more details about the query plan. More advanced/specific use cases are difficult, though.

Real-Time Data Movement: The Key to Enabling Live Analytics With Hadoop.

MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.3.17 is now available for download on the My Oracle Support (MOS) web site.

If you run multiple MySQL environments on multiple servers it’s a good habit to set your MySQL prompt to double check which server you are on.

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