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Welcome to Datavail’s Blog, where you can read the latest insights, tips and opinions of our experts on all things data and technology.

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Exploring the Options: Managing Your Data Warehouse with Informatica

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?

Chuck Ezell | June 1, 2017

4 Webinars That Will Make Your DBAs More Effective: Part II

4 important webinars that will help your DBAs to be more effective. New technologies, apps, and custom frameworks that enable a higher level of efficiency.

Chuck Ezell | September 21, 2016

4 Webinars That Will Make Your DBAs Smarter

We’ve put together this 2-part series connecting you to webinars that will make your DBAs more effective. Watch them all today.

Chuck Ezell | September 7, 2016

The Relationship Between Big Data and Data Governance

As the demand for big data grows, the need for a good data-governance policy increases as well. Learn more in this post.

Chuck Ezell | August 31, 2016

Cloud Partner Integration With Docker Containerization & Orchestration

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

Chuck Ezell | August 4, 2016

Try Splunk for Database Monitoring

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.

Chuck Ezell | October 22, 2015

Meet Splunk

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

Chuck Ezell | October 8, 2015

What Is Data Purging?

Although an organization may want to keep its data for data mining & analysis, there is a finite amount of storage to warehouse those bits and bytes.

Chuck Ezell | September 29, 2015

Five Quick Fixes for Database Reporting Slowdowns

Databases are the cornerstone of any business, storing every important detail that keeps them operating.

Chuck Ezell | August 4, 2014