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How to Eat an Elephant – Getting Started with Large Projects

posted September 6, 2019, 11:28 AM by

by Joe Grant (@dba_jedi), Principal Architect

Through the years, I have been assigned to several projects that can be considered large migrations. Some were just database migrations, but many of them included a variety of different applications. Other examples of…

PostgreSQL Configuration for HA and Load Balancing

posted May 7, 2019, 10:18 AM by

Andy Kerber (@dbakerber), Senior Consultant

In this blog, we will cover the installation and configuration of PostgreSQL for load balancing and High Availability (HA).  This is a fairly basic, traditional configuration that uses a hot standby rather than SQL replication.
Servers

First,…

What You Need to Know About Changes to Java Licensing

posted February 8, 2019, 12:47 PM by

Jeff Klemme, Principal Architect & David Woodard, Principal Architect

There are two different builds of the Java Development Kit.  Both are owned by Oracle, but one (OpenJDK) is licensed using an open-source model and the other (Oracle JDK or Oracle…

Top Tools for Troubleshooting & Performance Benchmarking

posted February 1, 2019, 6:40 PM by

Jim Hannan (@jim_m_hannan), Principal Architect

Is this blog, we have gathered some of our favorite blogs and tools related to benchmarking and performance troubleshooting. Feel free to bookmark this blog, as we will be updating it as we author new…

House of Brick’s 20th Anniversary – A Personal Retrospective

posted June 1, 2018, 10:07 PM by

Dave Welch (@OraVBCA), CTO and Chief Evangelist
A Former Professional Life
The Product Integration Group was established at a former employer by a visionary president. He understood the need for something that went beyond functional quality assurance—a team that proved and…

Microsoft SQL Server on Linux: OS Installation – Red Hat

posted May 11, 2018, 5:08 PM by

by Joe Grant (@dba_jedi), Principal Architect

This is part two of an ongoing series discussing the installation and configuration of SQL Server on Linux. Technically this is part 2a, and there will be parts 2b and 2c covering the installation…

Oracle Geospatial Features: Spatial vs. Locator

posted March 30, 2018, 2:11 PM by

by Jeff Stonacek, Principal Architect

Oracle Spatial and Graph is a product that allows for the storage and processing of geospatial objects inside of the database. From the Oracle Technology Global Pricing List, “Oracle Spatial is an integrated set of…

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