As the festive season starts, bloggers across Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL have been producing some sparkling blog posts. This Log Buffer Edition highlights a few of them this week.
Spencer McGhin blogs about Python for Analytics – Exploring Data with Pandas.
Say writes on Automated Deployment to SOA Cloud Services using Developer Cloud Services.
Kent Graziano gets an early Christmas as newest version of Oracle (#SQLDev) SQL Developer Data Modeler (SDDM) is ready for download!
Ben discusses Oracle SINH, COSH, and TANH Functions with Examples.
According to Connor, there is a 12.2 treat for the festive season.
The easiest way of explaining how a DevOps approach to database deployment can dramatically speed up the process is to use the term ‘shift-left’.
SQL Server 2016 Enterprise Edition Performance Advantages
Virtual machines are easier to manage via PowerShell than with the the Hyper-V Manager console. PowerShell Direct takes this further by allowing you to interact easily with the virtual machines on the Hyper-V host without needing network access.
Mission critical features in SQL Server 2016
10 Ways to Save Money and Provide Comprehensive High Availability for SQL Server
You are a DBA working hard to keep all the databases running so your staff can enter key data.
On Databases, Temporal Datatypes and Trains
MySQL on AWS: RDS vs EC2
JSON and MySQL Stored Procedures
Online schema change for MySQL & MariaDB – comparing GitHub’s gh-ost vs pt-online-schema-change