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Log Buffer #471: A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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This Log Buffer Edition covers Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL blog posts of the week.

Oracle:

Improving PL/SQL performance in APEX

A utility to extract and present PeopleSoft Configuration and Performance Data

No, Oracle security vulnerabilities didn’t just get a whole lot worse this quarter.  Instead, Oracle updated the scoring metric used in the Critical Patch Updates (CPU) from CVSS v2 to …

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Writing SQL that works on PostgreSQL, MySQL and SQLite
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I am one of those crazy people who attempts to write SQL that works on SQlite, MySQL and PostgreSQL. First I should explain why:

This is all for my project sabre/dav. sabre/dav is a server for CalDAV, CardDAV and WebDAV. One of the big design goals is that it this project has to be a library first, and should be easily integratable into existing applications.

To do this effectively, it’s important that …

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MariaDB MaxScale 1.4.2 GA is available for download
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Thu, 2016-04-28 08:23Johan

We are pleased to announce that MariaDB MaxScale 1.4.2 GA is now available for download!

If MariaDB MaxScale is new to you, we recommend reading this page first.

1.4.2 is a bugfix release, not bringing any new features but fixing certain issues found in 1.4.1.

MariaDB MaxScale 1.4 brings:

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MariaDB ColumnStore, a new beginning
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Thu, 2016-04-28 07:33nishantvyas

MariaDB’s new analytics engine – MariaDB ColumnStore - has been in the works for some time. What is it and how did it come about? This post outlines our thinking in choosing the engine and features we implemented.

Databases are expanding from their roots as systems of record into new analytics applications that some people call “systems of intelligence.” That means that instead of just storing and querying transactional data, databases are increasingly being used to yield insights, predict the future and prescribe actions users …

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Planets9s - Watch the replay: Become a MongoDB DBA (if you’re re really a MySQL user)
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Welcome to this week’s Planets9s, covering all the latest resources and technologies we create around automation and management of open source database infrastructures.

Watch the replay: Become a MongoDB DBA (for MySQL users)

Thanks to everyone who participated in this week’s webinar on ‘Become a MongoDB DBA’! Our colleague Art van Scheppingen presented from the perspective of a MySQL DBA who might be called to manage a MongoDB database. Art also did a live demo on how to carry out the relevant DBA tasks using ClusterControl. The replay is now …

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Upgrading to MySQL 5.7, focusing on temporal types
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In this post, we’ll discuss how MySQL 5.7 handles the old temporal types during an upgrade.

MySQL changed the temporal types in MySQL 5.6.4, and it introduced a new feature: microseconds resolution in the TIME, TIMESTAMP and DATETIME types. Now these parameters can be set down to microsecond granularity. Obviously, …

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Building MaxScale 1.4.2 form GitHub on Fedora 23
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MariaDB MaxScale is mentioned in many blog posts recently. It's Application of the Year 2016 after all! I'd like to test it, follow posts like this etc, all that on my favorite and readily available testing platforms that are now Ubuntu of all kinds and, surely, Fedora 23 (on my wife's workstation, the most powerful hardware at hand).

My old habits force me to build …

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MariaDB Server growth bolstered by OpenStack User Survey
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Wed, 2016-04-27 14:20colin

While many are at the ongoing OpenStack Summit in Austin, it came to my attention that the OpenStack project has recently published their latest user survey. From there, it is clear that there is growth in the usage of MariaDB Server -- up 6 points from the previous survey. MariaDB Galera Cluster dropped by 1 point, but it's worth noting …

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Watch the replay: Become a MongoDB DBA (if you’re really a MySQL user)
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Thanks to everyone who participated in this week’s webinar on ‘Become a MongoDB DBA’! Our colleague Art van Scheppingen presented from the perspective of a MySQL DBA who might be called to manage a MongoDB database, which included a live demo on how to carry out the relevant DBA tasks using ClusterControl.

The replay and the slides are now available online in case you missed Tuesday’s live session or simply would like to see it again in your own time.

Watch the replay

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Take the new MySQL Shell for a Spin … in Docker!
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The most recent release of MySQL Server — 5.7.12 — ships with the X Plugin, which opens up an entirely new area of functionality: In addition to the classical relational approach to data management using SQL, MySQL can now also be used as a schemaless document store, something which is commonly referred to as a NoSQL database. In order […]

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