Log Buffer #384, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Aug 15, 2014 / By Fahd Mirza

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This Log Buffer Edition starts with some great posts from Oracle arena, then passes through the world of SQL Server, and stops at the MySQL field.

Oracle:

OAG/OES Integration for Web API Security: skin and guts by Andre Correa

Showing Foreign Key Names in your Data Modeler Diagrams

walkmod : A Tool to Apply Coding Conventions

Oracle VM Virtual Appliances for E-Business Suite 12.1.3 Now Available

RMAN Catalog requires Enterprise Edition (EE) since Oracle Database 12.1.0.2

SQL Server:

Restore Gene : Automating SQL Server Database Restores

With a hybrid cloud, can you get the freedom and flexibility of a public cloud with the security and bandwidth of a private cloud?

A clear understanding of SQL Data Types and domains is a fundamental requirement for the Database Developer, but it is not elementary.

Automating SQL Server Agent Notification

Adding Custom Reports to SQL Server Management Studio

MySQL:

The Road to MySQL 5.6 — A DBA Perspective

Virtual servers for MySQL are popular but are they the answer? Should we be containing our instances instead.

Jeremy Cole recently blogged about the feature SET GLOBAL sql_log_bin.

Which SQL queries take all the time? Using MaxScale to answer that age old question.

SBR vs RBR when using On Duplicate Key Update for High Availability

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