Log buffer #552: a carnival of the vanities for DBAs

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Aug 9, 2018

This log buffer edition covers Cloud, Oracle and MySQL. Cloud AWS Config is a service that maintains a configuration history of your AWS resources and evaluates the configuration against best practices and your internal policies. AWS released a new IAM feature that makes it easier for you to delegate permissions management to trusted employees. Amazon ElastiCache for Redis has achieved the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). This means that you can now use ElastiCache for Redis for low-latency and high-throughput in-memory processing of sensitive payment card data, such as Customer Cardholder Data (CHD). Many companies use Istio to connect, manage and secure their services from the ground up. Machine Learning (ML) is causing quite the buzz at the moment, and it’s having a huge impact on healthcare. Payers, providers and pharmaceutical companies are all seeing applicability in their spaces and are taking advantage of ML today.  
Highlights of the Kafka Summit San Francisco 2018 Agenda
Oracle Today’s little puzzle comes courtesy of the Oracle-L mailing list as listed by Jonathan. Text classification implementation with TensorFlow can be simple. One of the areas where text classification can be applied: chatbot text processing and intent resolution. Automating the Oracle JDK installation on RHEL derivatives (such as CentOS, Oracle Linux) and Debian derivatives (such as Mint, Ubuntu) differs. Oracle Database 18c was available on Oracle Cloud. Now everybody can download Oracle Database 18c On-Premises for Linux (LINUX.X64_180000_db_home.zip) Christian Antognini is posting some interesting observations about scalability of data loads in ADWC. MySQL Windows over data can be framed and this is where things can get wild and woolly. Table x has a column named x (me being overly creative again) that has the values one through 10. If we sum the values of x we can get different values depending on how the frame is constructed. MariaDB 5.5.61, MariaDB Connector/Node.js 0.7.0 and MariaDB Connector/J 2.2.6 now available With package installations of MySQL using YUM or APT, it’s quick and easy to manage your server’s state by executing systemctl commands to stop, start, restart and status. But what do you do when you want to install MySQL using the binary installation with a single or with multiple MySQL instances? Hibernate 5.3 is available for a little more than three months now, and last week the team released the third maintenance release. There are many nice changes included in the MySQL 8.0.12 release that were published a couple of days ago. One of the most exciting is the ability to make instant schema changes to tables.

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