This Log Buffer Edition sheds light at some of the nifty blog post of the week from Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.
Patch Set Update: Hyperion Data Relationship Management 188.8.131.52.504
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the EXPLAIN PLAN Part 33: The mother of all SQL antipatterns?
MongoDB as a Glassfish Security Realm
E-Business Suite customers must ensure that their database remains on a level that is covered by Error Correction Support (ECS)
EM12c: How to Retrieve Passwords from the Named Credentials
How does a View work on a Table with a Clustered Columnstore Index ?
How do you develop and deploy your database?
Microsoft Azure Storage Queues Part 3: Security and Performance Tips
Stairway to SQL Server Security Level 6: Execution Context and Code Signing
Centralize Your Database Monitoring Process
New Galera Cluster version is now released! It includes patched MySQL server 5.6.21 and Galera replication provider 3.9
Shinguz: Nagios and Icinga plug-ins for MySQL 1.0.0 have been released
The next release of MongoDB includes the ability to select a storage engine, the goal being that different storage engines will have different capabilities/advantages, and user’s can select the one most beneficial to their particular use-case. Storage engines are cool.
The MySQL grant syntax allows you to specify dynamic database names using the wildcard characters.
Oracle‘s 10 commitments to MySQL – a 5 year review