Today on the podcast we are going to talk about data governance. Data governance has been around a long time, but it is not a sexy topic with a jazzy solution that is going to make you famous at meetups.
The TNSNAMES.ORA file is an important file when working with Oracle. Learn all about what it is, its location, and how to create and edit it in this article. In this article, we’ll cover: What is TNSNAMES.ORA? Where is the TNSNAMES.ORA file? What order does Oracle check these locations TNSNAMES Location on Unix TNSNAMES Location […]
I have worked with Oracle databases for around 25 years now and during that time I have been very fortunate in that there has always been work for DBAs and it has been one of the higher paying disciplines within IT.
I am not prophesying the end of the Oracle database engine but I do see the writing on the wall for some of the large corporate solutions sitting on physical equipment in a datacentre. I also have to criticise Oracle for their business practises which I know are seeing customers move away to other solutions.
This post will be short... I'm not a big fan of systemd and honestly I can't understand how this disease (which became an epidemy) could have happened to Linux. Sometimes I wish an eternal insomnia to person who is responsible for this (I am joking of course). Anyway systemd is (unfortunately) part of my OS and (despite numerous benefits) it often offers me surprising moments.
Are you getting an “ORA-12514: TNS:listener does not currently know or service requested in connect descriptor” error? Learn what causes it and how to resolve it in this error. ORA-12514 Cause If you try to connect to an Oracle database, you may receive this error: ORA-12514: TNS:listener does not currently know or service requested in […]
If you’re thinking about moving from a traditional relational database management system (RDBMS), you should consider Apache™ Hadoop®—because your competitors probably are. According to Gartner, Hadoop joined the mainstream in 2016. And Allied Research says the Hadoop market will likely reach $84.6 billion in revenue by 2021, with a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 63.4% from 2016 to 2021.