Welcome to the 156th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.Read More >
This is the 155th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.Read More >
Welcome to the 154th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs. Let’s dive right in, shall we?Read More >
This blog post was inspired by a recent report of a Database Analyst at American Express stealing Credit Card data. It’s amazing how many companies still follow a mainly “perimeter security” approach when it comes to controlling access to sensitive information—their focus is on network security using firewalls, advanced authentication options, and so on. Even with such measures, it’s very common to setup strong barriers to the outside world but very little by way of internal limits; most internal people have some level of access to servers that store and process sensitive data.Read More >
This is the 153rd edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.Read More >
OpenSQL Camp will take place Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd of August, in St. Augustin, Germany, so it could do for a nice August getaway to Germany. It’s not really the biggest of cities, but then again, that is part of the charm, going to some small city and learning more about databases.
In case you do happen to be curious, feel free to check out the list of proposed sessions, although it is not complete, it does give a overview of what to expect.
Welcome to the 152nd edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.Read More >
This year, the International Free Software Forum celebrated its 10th anniversary. It happened last week in Porto Alegre. Pythian presented a session on Thursday called 8 Rules for Designing More Secure Applications with MySQL. As promised, here are the slides we used on that session: 8 Simple Rules to Design Secure Apps with MySQL.Read More >
Welcome to the 151st edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.Read More >
Presentation: Migrating 1 Terabyte Database to MySQL — Case Study by Alex Gorbachev. This presentation is based on the real project migrating from RDB on OpenVMS to MySQL on Linux. We will review the migration of the data itself and what infrastructure has been setup — high availability cluster with Heartbeat, DR site replication, organizing backup for 1 TB database. The system has been successfully put in production few months ago.Read More >