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Author: Chuck Edwards
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Business Continuity Planning: Disaster Recovery in the Cloud

Some IT professionals still have their head in the clouds when it comes to preparing for provider outages and having a database disaster recovery plan.

Chuck Edwards | March 17, 2013

SOX is poorly implemented for IT operations

What’s worse: Not knowing you have a problem or being told you don’t have a problem when you really do?

Chuck Edwards | March 8, 2011

A CEO’s Guide to Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) allows you to add and remove computing services on demand. You pay for only what you use.

Chuck Edwards | April 30, 2010

Oracle Backup and Recovery

Oracle provides a library of fantastic tools for recovering data.

Chuck Edwards | April 26, 2010

Working with Oracle Support

Let’s face it, dealing with Oracle Support can be a nightmare.

Chuck Edwards | April 22, 2010

SQL Tuning

When troubleshooting a performance problem, one of the first things to look for is, “what’s running?”

Chuck Edwards | April 22, 2010

Oracle Backups to S3

Backup your Oracle Database on Amazon S3. The Oracle Secure Backup Cloud Module delivers Oracle RMAN integration with Amazon S3 using an SBT library specific to Amazon S3.

Chuck Edwards | April 21, 2010

Oracle Licensing on EC2

When it comes to licensing Oracle Databases on Amazon EC2, EC2 pricing does not include Oracle licensing fees, even when using an Oracle-supplied AMI.

Chuck Edwards | April 21, 2010

Oracle Certification vs Oracle Support

At Collaborate this week, I received a lot of questions regarding support and certification for Oracle on Amazon Web Services.

Chuck Edwards | April 21, 2010

Emergency Database Repair

Repairing a database is often trickier than a restore or a recovery; the database may be functioning normally except for an isolated problem that prevents normal transaction processing.

Chuck Edwards | March 19, 2010

Emergency Database Recovery

Restore and recovery are the first steps to getting back on your feet in an unplanned outage.

Chuck Edwards | March 19, 2010

Amazon Web Services FAQ

The Amazon Web Services (AWS) are a collection of remote computing services (also called web services) offered over the Internet by Amazon.com.

Chuck Edwards | February 11, 2010

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