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IDG Contributor Network: Thinking of cutting out your database administrator? Think again

Network World

Once upon a time, there was a role known as the database administrator. Back when all data was stored locally, these employees were the keepers of the company database, responsible for making sure all information was accessible and tracking things such as financial information and customer details.

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Oracle’s ATP Raises The Bar On Database Administration

Forrester's Customer Insights

Oracle recently launched Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) service to complement its Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW) offering. Similar to ADW, Oracle’s ATP service focuses on self-tuning, self-securing and self-managing but for OLTP databases. An important part of its autonomous database strategy is its Exadata appliance, which is an scale-out optimized database system. While Oracle has some […]. database as a service (DbaaS

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DevOps for Oracle EBS: Workflows Tips

Flexagon

Companies using Oracle EBS face difficulties when they want to upgrade, migrate, or make other changes. Among these, FlexDeploy has a plugin for Oracle EBS to streamline workflows. Organizing workflows with the FlexDeploy plugin for Oracle EBS accelerates software delivery.

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Oracle 12c New Features for Developers

Database Star

Oracle 12c is Oracle’s latest version of their database engine. Learn about all of the new Oracle 12c new features for developers in this massive guide. Introduction Oracle 12c comes with a range of new features. Many of these features are great improvements for developers, and some of them are more focused on database administrators. […]. oracle 12c features Oracle programming SQL

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60 SQL Interview Questions and Answers

Database Star

Are you going for a job where you need to know SQL, such as a Database Developer or Database Administrator? oracle employer interview Oracle SQLBrush up on your interview questions with this extensive list of SQL interview questions. This collection of interview questions on SQL has been collated from my experience with SQL and from various websites. It contains […].

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Amazon Aurora ascendant: How we designed a cloud-native relational database

All Things Distributed

Relational databases have been around for a long time. The core technologies underpinning the major relational database management systems of today were developed in the 1980–1990s. Relational database fundamentals, including data relationships, ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability) transactions, and the SQL query language, have stood the test of time. Those fundamentals helped make relational databases immensely popular with users everywhere.

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Amazon Aurora ascendant: How we designed a cloud-native relational database

All Things Distributed

Relational databases have been around for a long time. The core technologies underpinning the major relational database management systems of today were developed in the 1980–1990s. Those fundamentals helped make relational databases immensely popular with users everywhere.

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Why Does a Remote DBA Expert Prefer SQL Programming?

Galido

SQL is referred to as the Structured Query Language that is meant for accessing databases. SQL could actually be defined as the domain-specific programming language that is used for managing the relational databases and performing diverse operations on the stored data. SQL is actually used and regarded as the standard database language universally by all reputed relational DBMS such as Informix, Oracle, MySQL, Sybase, DB/400, SQL server, and MS Access.

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Expanding the Cloud for Windows Developers - All Things Distributed

All Things Distributed

s announcement of Amazon RDS for Microsoft SQL Server and.NET support for AWS Elastic Beanstalk marks another important step in our commitment to increase the flexibility for AWS customers to use the choice of operating system, programming language, development tools and database software that meet their application requirements. Managing databases has been a stumbling block for many of our customers, shifting their time away from developing innovative applications to the â??muckâ??