Mining Gold from Machine Data

Today's data centers consist of complex, layered groups of siloed and interconnected technologies. These complexities make it difficult to quickly identify and resolve issues, causing user dissatisfaction...
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7 Reasons Every Managed Hoster is Not Alike

Despite what marketing or sales may say, there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all managed hosting solution. Hosting providers may focus on a specific geography, certain vertical, or concentration...
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3 Tips for Staying Centered in the Fast-Paced World of Technology

Technology change is moving at warp speed. And we high tech professionals have to keep pace. So here are three tips for stayed centered as you enjoy the wild ride of innovation! Tip 1: Tame Your...
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Quiz Night

How many rows will you return from a single table query if you include the predicate rownum > 2 in the where clause. Warning: this IS a catch question To make it easier and avoid ambiguity,...
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Get Your Data Under Control in 5 Steps

Unmanaged data, non-integrated data, and bad data in general actively cost a company a lot of money. Companies can implement these five steps to get their data under control.Request Free!
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Gmail Cheat Sheet

Do you know that Gmail comes with plenty of keyboard shortcuts that you can use? It’s always a good idea to learn shortcut key combinations to functions you use on a regular basis. This Gmail...
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12c shows patch information in alert log

I just noticed on a pretty recent installtion (12.1.0.2) of a database shows information on applied patches in the alert log during instance startup. Usually one had to run opatch to get this kind of information...
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Analytics in the DC: From ‘What’s Next’ to ‘What’s Coming?’

Most facilities are using data, but not everyone is getting the most out of it. What good are enormous data sets if you can’t use insights to improve warehouse planning and operations?From long-term...
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Running at the Speed of Business

This eBook highlights some common scenarios where DB2 helps businesses derive unprecedented value from expanding data stores—affordably and reliably.Request Free!
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Instance stats

While reading a posting by Martin Bach on a new buffering option for 12c I was prompted to take a look at another of his posts on the instance activity stats, which reminded me that the CLASS column on...
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