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Work is only getting more complicated for DBAs. You’re under pressure to manage a growing number of database instances and database platforms. Open source and NoSQL databases along with cloud adoption are all having a major impact on your role. Despite having trained and specialised on a single database platform, you’re now expected to ensure the best performance and stability of your entire environment.But what if you could meet growing demands faster and with less risk? T
To better understand how agencies can leverage the NIST Cybersecurity Framework to navigate the changing threat landscape, GovLoop partnered with Quest, a leader in helping build and manage modern, secure and more resilient IT architecture.
Industry expert Clay Jackson reveals which parts of database administration will be autonomous and which will not.
This e-book shows you how to simplify the migration and upgrade process so you can avoid the risk, downtime and long hours normally associated with it, particularly the upgrade to databases.
Are you about to lose your job to database automation? Or is there a way to thrive in this new world of cloud data management? Database expert Clay Jackson answers these questions and more, as he separates fact from fiction in his e-book
This webcast will walk you through a real-world scenario, showing how this can easily be achieved. We’ll cover monitoring and root-cause diagnostics, problem resolution inside a DevOps workflow and data replication in a hybrid database environment. You’ll
Are you managing open source and non-relational databases like MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB and Cassandra, right alongside your relational databases like SQL Server and Oracle? While these systems come with the same set of challenges most DBAs are used to e
Deadlocks strike fear into the hearts of even seasoned DBAs -- but they don't have to! In this session, you’ll get the code to cause a sample deadlock in SQL Server. You'll see how to interpret the deadlock graph to find out where the conflict lies, and