How to fix SQL backup to URL error: The remote server returned an error: (400) bad request

Problem: You are trying to take a native SQL Backup to URL and you receive the error below: Msg 3271, Level 16, State 1, Line 1 A nonrecoverable I/O error occurred on file “https://MyStorageAccount.file.core.windows.net/MyContainer/Adventureworks_full_20190420.bak:” Backup to URL received an exception…

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How to run DBSAT against Oracle RDS database

The scope of this article is to show how to run DBSAT (Oracle Database Security Assessment Tool) against an Amazon RDS Oracle instance. This is based on a real-life execution. The DBSAT version used was 2.0.2 over an RDS database…

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How to fix SQL backup to URL failure – operating system error 50

Problem: You run an SQL backup to URL and get the following error: Msg 3201, Level 16, State 1, Line 1 Cannot open backup device ‘https://<mystorageaccountname>.blob.core.windows.net/<mycontainername>/AdventureWorks_full_20190420.bak’. Operating system error 50(The request is not supported.). Msg 3013, Level 16, State 1,…

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Running new Oracle DBSAT version 2.1.0 against Autonomous Database

Recently Oracle released the newest version of the “Database Security Assessment Tool” (DBSAT 2.1.0). This version is certified to run against Oracle Cloud DBCS (PaaS) and Autonomous Databases. Also, the Discoverer option can now find sensitive and personal data in…

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How to build a cost-effective serverless blogging platform on GCP – Part 2

Welcome back to the 2nd part! Last time, we set up the tools that allowed managing the blog as a set of configuration and Markdown-formatted files stored in a source code repository. Now it’s time to deploy the blog on…

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How to build a cost-effective serverless blogging platform on GCP – Part 1

I remember when I started blogging in 2008. It was a nice learning experience, and it was rewarding, too – both the challenge of formulating my thoughts clearly and the feedback I received, and still am receiving, on some of…

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Reviewing the operation modes of Oracle GoldenGate BigQuery Handler

GoldenGate for Big Data 12.3.2.1.1 introduces a new target – Google BigQuery. BigQuery handler can work in two Audit log modes: 1. auditLogMode = true 2. auditLogMode = false I want to review the differences between these two operation modes…

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How to creates Kubernetes jobs with Python

In this blog post I will do a quick guide, with some code examples, on how to deploy a Kubernetes Job programmatically, using Python as the language of choice. For this I’m using GKE (Google Kubernetes Engine), logging via StackTrace…

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How to run RHEL5/Centos5 in Google Cloud

Google cloud instances run on top of KVM hypervisor. In newer KVM versions, such as the one used in Google Cloud, virtio-scsi is used instead of an older virtio-blk storage backend. The virtio-scsi disk devices looks like: In RHEL6, a module…

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Lessons learned from debugging application performance in Cloud

Lift and shift migration using tools like Cloudendure is the fastest way to migrate ‘on premises’ systems to Google Cloud. When the migration is complete, the environment can be refactored to use cloud-native capabilities. During application testing after a recent automated…

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