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Performance tuning any database takes time, patience and some know how. It’s an ongoing challenge for any DBA manager and if not handled with a focused approach, can bring your system to a screeching halt.
I’ve been looking forward to presenting a webinar for awhile on a unique approach to tuning that I’ve honed while working at Datavail, which we refer to as The 5S Approach. I’m proud to say the hope is now a reality and I will get one hour, sans interruptions, where I get to talk about each stage of the process as well as key performance…
Database performance problems are not caused by magic. Indeed, all performance problems are always caused by change. That statement flies in the face of what I normally say, which is “Almost never say always or never”… but in this case, it is true.
Think about it for a moment. If everything remains stable and unchanging in your environment, then why would performance vary? That’s right, it wouldn’t.
Something tangible must change before a performance problem can be experienced. The challenge of performance tuning is to find the source of the change, gauge its impact, and formulate a solution. Change can take…
NSX was one of the acronyms on everyone’s lips at VMworld, but what is it and what does it mean to your organization?
VMware NSX is a network virtualization platform launched during VMworld. The software is reportedly able to operate using any hypervisor and most networking hardware. It is a fully functioning network within a software container.
If it sounds similar to Software Defined Networks (SDN), you would be right. This is another type of network virtualization.
A virtual network replaces a physical network. It is akin to virtual server…
VMworld is VMware’s annual conference for IT professionals that focuses on virtual server environments and technologies.
This year, the company reported the event attracted 23,000 registered attendees. What were the trends and technologies introduced? What were conferees buzzing about during the show?
Software-defined networking, or SDN, was a front-of-mind topic for most attendees, who wanted to know more about this transformative virtualization technology, which promises to make hardware-based networks increasingly obsolete.
Nancy Owano, writing in CIO Today, stated that throughout the event: