Author: Chuck Ezell

Vice President – Data Integration Practice

Chuck Ezell

With almost 20 years of development experience, Chuck Ezell leads the Development, Tuning and Automation Practice (DTA). Bringing his knowledge from supporting some of the world's largest infrastructures in database & application performance tuning. With a broad background in process automation, database application development, optimizing database performance and many DevOps tools. Although he and his team excel at optimizing and customizing Oracle systems, Chuck works with .NET, T-SQL, C#, PHP, javascript, Java, ANSI SQL, PL/SQL, APEX, and many other languages on systems by Oracle, HP, IBM, Linux and Windows. He uses SSMS, Oracle OEM, AppDynamics, Splunk, Visual VM along with many others, for performance tuning operations.

Articles Written by Chuck Ezell

The 2016 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools named Informatica a leader in data tools. What does it have to offer to small businesses?

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Four important webinars that will help your DBAs to be more effective. This time, we'll discuss new technologies, apps, and custom frameworks that enable a higher level of efficiency in a DBA’s daily tasks.

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To help you give your team a little extra fire in their database engines, we’ve put our heads together to give you this 2-part series connecting you to webinars that will make your DBAs smarter and more effective.

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As the demand for big data grows, the need for a good data-governance policy increases as well.

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The effects of the cloud partner integration with Docker on its uses and applications and what this means for DBAs.

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Despite not being designed as such, Splunk has a number of useful scripts and tools a user can employ to help monitor databases. Visit to learn more.

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Splunk is a helpful tool for visualizing, monitoring, and analyzing machine-generated data and metadata from various sources through a Web-style interface.

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Although it might seem that an organization would want to keep all its data for data mining and analysis, there is a finite amount of storage available to warehouse those bits and bytes.

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Databases are the cornerstone of any business, storing every important detail that keeps them operating. They behave as living things, growing in a way that seems very organic. And like living things, databases require maintenance and care in order to...

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A database development concept in circulation for several years holds that developers should be able to pick and choose the best tool for a specific job. The theory, known as polyglot programming, was reintroduced by Neil Ford, with others, namely...

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