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    • 22 Mar 2017

    New Postgres Section Live on Toad World

    We’re happy to announce a new Toad World section supporting PostgreSQL and sponsored by EDBPostgres. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a surge in the adoption of open source relational database platforms. MySQL and Postgres datab...
    • 21 Mar 2017

    Collaborate Tip of the Day: Visit Quest at Booth #1308

    My feet hurt. I’m tired of wandering the floor. Who’s got the best giveaways and Oracle expertise at Collaborate 2017? We don’t want to toot our own horn, but…toot, toot! We’re talking Apple watch giveaways on the dai...
    • 20 Mar 2017

    It's About Time - Oracle Time Data and SharePlex

    Recently, we’ve had a number of questions about how SharePlex replicates Oracle time data; especially in cases where the source and target systems are in different timezones. Here’s a brief tutorial on how Oracle handles time data,...
    • 14 Mar 2017

    Slay SQL Server Dragons In Your Sleep

    Once upon a time, there lived a great king, some would say the king of all DBAs. Every evening, he retired to his castle where he enjoyed long, blissful nights of uninterrupted slumber. He awoke at his leisure, well-rested and ready to rule his doma...
    • 13 Mar 2017

    Would you like to have a direct influence on the Toad Products? Introducing Toad Design Research.

    We need your help. We know you are the experts using our products or how you might want to use our products. Our most valuable data comes from you. When you participate in our research studies, you are talking to people who have direct influence in the design process. One may see an existing product or a new prototype. In addition, we could just chat with you about how you use certain products or ask you to keep a record...
    • 10 Mar 2017

    The PostgreSQL Community, a new Toad World community

    Toad World brings to you a section on Postgres to expand our community for database professionals who are using or are interested in using this powerful data platform. PostgreSQL (or Postgres) is one of the world’s most advanced open-source relational databases, with a reputation for reliability, data integrity, and correctness. SQL-standards based, the database is highly customizable and runs on all major operating...
    • 9 Mar 2017

    Change Data Capture with SharePlex

    SharePlex replication can conveniently be used to maintain a change history target. Another industry jargon for change history is Change Data Capture or CDC. The CDC target maintains historical data on target as opposed to a copy of the source in case of a target in a regular replication. The CDC target is typically used for data mining. SharePlex gathers change data from source database to populate a change history...
    • 8 Mar 2017

    Quest 4 EDB Postgres Webinar

    Come one, Come all! #Quest4EDBPostgres Webinar Your Data is growing and growing and growing as is the cost of your databases and the thought of using an Open Source Database is really starting to look like a sweet way to go…..You’re not ...
    • 7 Mar 2017

    Hadoop's Map Reduce component and example

    I wanted to share the very popular posting from Oracle DBA, Fernando Garcia , within the NoSQL and Cloud Databases Community. Fernando is from Argentina and posted his knowledge in Spanish. With a posting this good, it needed to share amongst the English community as well. An example of using Map Reduce Map Reduce is a component of the Hadoop ecosystem. It consists of a programming model that allows large volumes...
    • 3 Mar 2017

    Forget Fake News, what about Fake Data?

    Over the past few months we’ve all seen how “fake news” and “alternative facts” can influence a presidential campaign, but it’s not just world leaders who can be affected. “Fake data” has the potential to cause chaos within organisations. People talk about being in the Information Age, but for organisations it’s more like the Data Age, epitomised by trends such as...
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