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Kscope15 Recap – the Conference, Networking and Learnings!

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What a couple of weeks! Having only just returned from Japan a few days earlier, I was now headed for another plane and another first; this time the East Coast of the USA, and the balmy beaches of Hollywood, Florida, just north of Miami. Despite 3 flights and a 2am arrival time, there is something about stepping out of a homeland winter and into a welcoming tropical … Continue reading...

db tech showcase – Tokyo, Japan

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When heading to a country for the first time, there is often a sense that you don’t know quite what to expect, and this was certainly the case when I journeyed to Japan just a little over 2 weeks ago. This was augmented by the feedback I received from friends and colleagues who had been there previously, and which included a curated shortlist of essential experiences, such … Continue reading...

Oracle Standard Edition 2 (SE2) is on the horizon….

The long awaited Oracle Database 12c was released on the 25th June 2013 with version 12.1.0.1, and back then this included the same key editions we are used to: Standard Edition … Continue reading...

Cascade Constraints and Logical Replication

There have been so many advances over the years in what relational databases can do. Over time, you tend to start taking many of these features for granted and just assume they have … Continue reading...

Partnerships, Products and Pubs – Our Visit to England & Germany

As I mentioned in the NZTE Networking in London blog, I had a great opportunity to talk about partners while in London in March. In fact, I can now tell you that NZTE made a video about … Continue reading...

10 Must Do’s Before Testing with Dbvisit – Part II

In our previous installment, we talked about 5 things to have ready before you install Dbvisit Replicate. Many of the items seemed quite ‘simple’ and things that shouldn’t have to be … Continue reading...

When I’m boxed in with tight timeframes and urgent migrations, what do I do?

In today's business environments, where flexible hours are the norm, expectations around data availability can be 24/7. And while that's great for organizations, let's face it, that also … Continue reading...

10 Must-Do’s Before Testing with Dbvisit – Part I

I was asked by a partner recently on what the top 10 must-do's were before setting up Dbvisit Replicate. After I sent the email to him, I figured that it would be useful for others so I … Continue reading...

Collaborate 2015 Round Up

The last thing in the world I wanted to do on Sunday morning was wake up early and get on an airplane. I had just arrived back home on Friday night at about midnight. However, I … Continue reading...

Report In The Cloud Part 2

In Part 1, we discussed a bit about the differences in AWS EC2 instances and AWS RDS instances; then it was right into the facts about how to set up replication from on premise to the … Continue reading...