Technical support teams usually support familiar hardware and software configurations. Specialization in particular combinations of operating systems and database management software is common, and this allows some team members to gain in-depth experience that is extremely valuable in an enterprise IT setting. How has big data changed this paradigm?
Importing into MySQL from databases of different types is challenging because vendors have their own proprietary tools and SQL extensions. Rob Gravelle presents some software products that can abstract each vendor's particular language so that data may be transferred between them in a seamless process.
When performance suffers it's likely the DBA who gets the blame, but it may not be the database that's at fault. Read on to see what other factors can affect performance and how to identify what is causing the slowdown.
Big data applications are here to stay. The promise of this technology is the ability to quickly and easily analyze large amounts of data and derive from that analysis changes to customer-facing systems. Management believes that the analysis and subsequent changes will drive up customer satisfaction, market share and profits, hopefully at a reasonable cost.
Chained and migrated rows in an Oracle database can adversely affect I/O performance, especially Exadata. Read on to discover how these rows are generated and what you may be able to do to correct the situation.