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Stéphane Haby

Sté[email protected] 2012: Episode 1 – the Pre-Conf. Seminar

By | Technology Survey | No Comments

This morning, I was very happy to go to my first TechEd. Between the 10 seminars, as I said yesterday, I started with SQL Server 2008R2/2012 performance, tuning and optimization session. The thing is that we had just one session for the whole day. I will not copy the presentation of the 2 speakers (Thomas LaRock and Denny Cherry) who presented remarkably this session despite the failure of air conditioning during the morning. Fortunately, it…

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Oracle Team

Oracle Database Firewall

By | Database management | One Comment

Le marché du Database Activity Monitoring (DAM) devenant de plus en plus important avec des produits tels que Imperva, Guardium ou Sentrigo, je me suis intéressé au produit Oracle Database Firewall, qu’Oracle présente comme un substitut aux différents acteurs du marché des DAMs.

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Grégory Steulet

Saving time and increasing service availability with MySQL Enterprise Monitor 2.3

By | Hardware & Storage | 3 Comments

Nowadays MySQL Databases are encapsulated into many mission critical software solutions. Lots of companies host one or many MySQL databases in their data center, sometimes even without knowing it except when the MySQL service is no more available. In order to increase this service availability it is mandatory to have a monitoring solution. Regardles of you are using MySQL Server, MySQL replication or cluster the Oracle/MySQL monitoring solution is called MySQL Enterprise Monitor.

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David Hueber

NetBackup command lines – Tips

By | Hardware & Storage | 4 Comments

NetBackup provides a pretty nice Web Interface, OpsCenter, to monitor and check the basic configuration. However after working a while with it, you may find that some information can be quit boring to find out. Good news! Symantec didn’t forget that in Unix World some peoples still like working in command lines… Once connected through SSH on your NetBackup server, you will have access to a bunch of usefull tools to work with your media…

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