Category: Blog

Keeping track of database objects and ensuring that each object is created, formatted and maintained properly is the goal of database structure integrity.

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SQL 2008 reaches its extended end of life July 2019. If you continue using, there's risk for security exploits, higher maintenance costs and compliance issues.

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This post is related to the new Datavail white paper, "Standing Up a Project Management Office (PMO)," and explains how to assess PMO maturity.

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SQL Server on Linux is a platform of choice — across all OS, data types, on premises and in the cloud — that gives customers flexibility and control over their data.

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With an on premises installation of Oracle Business intelligence, you can get to the cloud through lift and shift. Here's what you should do before the migration.

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Amazon CloudWatch provides great monitoring services of AWS cloud resources and clients' applications running on AWS infrastructure.

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An SSH key is part of the Oracle Cloud service setup, and it's required for the Oracle Virtual Machine. This post shows you how to add an SSH key and resolve issues.

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Finding a qualified Hyperion administrator is an emergency matter for many organizations. It doesn't have to be. How to get the Hyperion talent without hiring.

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This blog will guide you through a work-around on an error you may face during the OBIEE 12c RCU Installation on a Windows 2012 R2 environment.

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This post examines how to get organizational buy-in and establish Project Management Office (PMO) communications.

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