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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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Sqlplus Shortcut Script

Oracle DBA expert Zane shares a sqlplus shortcut script in his latest blog post.

Zane Warton | June 25, 2019

Top SQL Server 2016 Features: The Stretch Database

The Stretch Database is one of the more important new features of SQL Server 2016 that blend on-premise and cloud environments into a single entity.

Ben Jongewaard | June 18, 2019

SQL on Linux: Building Your Own SQL on Linux Lab

SQL Server expert JP Chen takes users through steps to download and install the required software to build your own SQL on Linux lab on your Windows PC.

JP Chen | June 13, 2019

SQL? NoSQL? Cloud? On-premises? Evaluating Database Options

Databases are only going to get larger and more complicated in the future, so it’s important to know how to manage this environment, and what choices are best.

Eric Russo | June 12, 2019

Top SQL Server 2016 Features: Analytics

The adoption of big data analysis capabilities is soaring. SQL Server 2016 can enhance your capabilities to perform such big data analyses.

Rajnikant Tandel | June 4, 2019

4 Ways to Optimize Database Operations

As the supply of and demand for data both continue to increase, companies need database administrators who are skilled at optimizing databases.

Eric Russo | May 29, 2019

Better Together: Why Datavail is Partnering with Continuent for MySQL and MariaDB Database Solutions

Datavail and Continuent provide a full suite of MySQL products and services clients.

Srinivasa Krishna | May 29, 2019

Open Source PostgreSQL Offers Boon to Business

If your organization is looking for more flexibility and control while also to save money while managing its data, PostgreSQL may be the DBMS for you.

Will Fike | May 21, 2019

Restore a Single Tablespace Using RMAN

Sometimes you only need to restore a single tablespace using RMAN, it can be done with four simple steps provided in this latest blog post.

Cindy Putnam | May 14, 2019
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