Column Level Security BigQuery(GCP)

BigQuery provides fine-grained access to sensitive columns using policy tags, or type-based classification, of data. Using BigQuery column-level access control, you can create policies that check whether a user has proper access at query time. For example, a policy can enforce…

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Missing LOV buttons in Forms 12

LOVs (List Of Values) is a great feature of Oracle forms and is widely used. Sometimes you might run into an issue with missing screen fields for drop down boxes for the LOVs (List Of Values) , i.e. when you…

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Data Monetizations Impact on Data Governance

In our previous discussion we explored the application of data governance programs to legacy technology platforms. We explored methods to ensure high levels of integrity with data managed on these legacy platforms and what organizational investments allow us to reduce risk and…

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Patroni – An awesome PostgreSQL HA Solution

Patroni Patroni is a High Availability solution for PostgreSQL using asynchronous streaming replication, Etcd, and HAProxy. For more details, you can read the Patroni documentation which is really good and covers many details. In this post, I will explain: Patroni architecture Ansible for patroni cluster…

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DAG Monitoring with Airflow

What is Apache Airflow? Airflow is a platform to programmatically author (designing pipelines, creating workflows), schedule, and monitor workflows. These functions are achieved with Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAG) of the tasks. It is open-source and still in the incubator stage….

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Switching to a new Google Cloud partner?

Blog 4: Switching to a new Google Cloud partner?.

Google wants to ensure that its customers are successful in the cloud. To do that, partners play a vital role, particularly in areas that require skilled expertise such as data analytics, artificial intelligence, Kubernetes and other emerging tech. That’s why…

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How to Minimize downtime for 19c upgrade using Oracle logical standby transient Database

How to Minimize downtime for 19c upgrade using Oracle logical standby transient Database

Oracle has a documented process for using Oracle logical standby transient Database (TLS) to minimize downtime during database upgrades. I would like to share my experience in the real world using this process to get an Oracle database migrated. I…

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Tailor Business Cases for Digital Transformation

Running a business in a technological era is exciting, however tough to keep up with. It seems like everyone and their neighbor has the latest and greatest when it comes to maintaining a technological edge. Landscape shifting services and products…

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Split brain solution using pg_rewind in PostgreSQL

Split brain solution using pg_rewind in PostgreSQL

Summary In this blog I will explain pg_rewind use case to solve split brain after a database failover happens. Split Brain Syndrome Split Brain is often used to describe the scenario when two or more nodes in a cluster, lose…

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Data Governance in Legacy Environments

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In our previous post we discussed the governance requirements for creating, managing and deploying analytical models. Analytical models do not stand on their own in today’s complex data landscapes. They have unique needs that must be captured in policy, automated…

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