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PostgreSQL – Rock Solid in the face of forking MySQL
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Ever since Sun Microsystems agreed to acquire MySQL back in 2008 (http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/sun-to-acquire-mysql.html), there has been a fair bit of uncertainty and chaos surrounding the world’s most popular Open Source database. With many big names in the MySQL community pulling in different directions and the recent Oracle / Sun acquisition, the choice of which Open Source database to use is now easier than ever –

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Database Change Management
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Databases are used by many different disciplines, from your DBA to your Developer, right down to the End User. They can also be viewed from many different perspectives…

DBA’s are usually interested in the server configuration, index usage etc. Developers however are often concerned with retrieval methods, datatypes and occasionally stored procedures. One thing is for sure, your database if used effectively will be changing frequently, and with so many people accessing your database do you know what the last change was? Would you know if someone added an index to a table? (would you care…

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