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Analyzing PostgreSQL RDS Workload with pgbadger

New blog post lays out the steps to help you analyze your PostgreSQL RDS workload with pgbadger.

Shailesh Rangani | January 29, 2020

5 Pros and 5 Cons of the Lift and Shift Cloud Migration Model

It is important to understand the advantages and disadvantages of the lift and shift cloud database migration model as it pertains to your organization.

Pavan Konduru | January 28, 2020

Predicting the Unknown Part 2: Maximizing Future Opportunities

Oracle has made it its business to look ahead for its customers in order maximize future opportunities. Oracle Database 19c is just one example as as future trend.

Chuck Farman | January 23, 2020

Prevent Data Loss with MongoDB Backup & Restore

Having a good backup and restore strategy in place will help protect your databases and avoid data loss caused by failure(s). The best practice is testing.

Hanan Alsahsan | January 22, 2020

Rotate Your TLS-SSL Certificate on RDS-Aurora Before February

AWS provides CA certificate for connecting to RDS instance using SSL/TLS. This certificate gets rotated frequently as part of ongoing maintenance and best practices.

Shailesh Rangani | January 16, 2020

7 Things Oracle Enterprise Manager Can Do

Oracle had made a ton of innovations when it comes to Oracle Enterprise Manager. Let’s take a look at seven things you may not know it can do.

Rakesh Nagdev | January 14, 2020

6 Reasons Amazon Redshift Shines for Data Warehouse Clusters

In this blog, find out why Amazon Redshift is among the best solutions to consider for cost-effectively creating a cloud-based data warehouse.

Siva Thangavelu | January 13, 2020

Oracle Database Pilot Light Disaster Recovery in AWS Overview

Organizations realize the importance of having a strategy to recover from a disaster but not all can afford the tremendous expense it takes to build a disaster recovery site.

Jesse DeVries | January 7, 2020

AWS re:Invent 2019 Database Recap

There were new announcements at AWS re: Invent this year. This post talks about what’s new in the database world.

Siva Thangavelu | December 20, 2019
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