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    Query optimization techniques in Oracle

    Posted December 14, 2018

    Databases play a vital role in the performance of online operations which makes it very crucial to keep them optimized for an overall higher performance. Diligent Database Administrators make sure that the databases are performance tuned and optimized from time to time for seamless operations.   Oracle is one of the most used databases where

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    MongoDB Performance: A Review For You

    Posted September 19, 2018

    SQL is the language which forms the basis for most database management systems. Over the recent years, NoSQL has gained popularity because of its ability to handle and process multiple data types. Built using NoSQL, MongoDB is the most popular database management system. MongoDB is and open source software and has the ability to handle

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    Relational Database: Best Design Practices

    Posted September 10, 2018

    With the advent of big data and the increasing importance of data analytics, database management is more critical than ever. Every organization using a database management system appoints a DBA equipped to manage the resources and optimize the efficiency of the Database Management System.   Owing to the exponential increase in the volume and types

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    MongoDB: The future of data?

    Posted August 24, 2018

    MongoDB, one of the most powerful NoSQL database systems is an open source database management system which is document oriented and uses non-structured query language. Rather than using rows and columns associated with traditional DBMS systems, MongoDB has been designed to work on collections and documents. With an offbeat approach to data management, MongoDB has

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    MySQL v/s MariaDB

    MySQL v/s MariaDB: Is There A Winner?

    Posted August 20, 2018

    Database revolution took a new turn in 2010 when Oracle Corporation acquired MySQL. According to Michael Widenius, one of the original developers of MySQL, Oracle had a conflict of interest with their original Oracle database. Hence, his response to this situation was forking the MySQL project and creating MariaDB. The first version of MySQL was

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    Database Administration: Proactive or Reactive?

    Posted August 12, 2018

    Database Administration: Proactive or Reactive? Being proactive can prevent many application related issues. When it comes to database performance, enterprises these days are looking for tools that can find potential vulnerabilities and threats. We will discuss the possibility of taking precautions concerning database administration. However, first, we need to understand that a significant part of

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    5 Strategies for Performance Tuning in SQL Server

    5 Strategies for Performance Tuning in SQL Server

    Posted August 5, 2018

    Performance Tuning in SQL Server involves identification and execution of error correcting strategies to improve application performance. The scale of enterprise databases makes it a challenging task to locate the erroneous components and strategize a solution that best suits the organization’s needs. Over the years that we have worked with large organizations, we have identified

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    MySQL Optimization Experts

    Posted August 1, 2018

      A user waits for approximately 3 seconds for a web-page to load. If it doesn’t, the user chooses an alternative. Most applications make hundreds of requests to the servers many of which are DB requests. MySQL Optimization Experts can help you identify the bottlenecks and optimize the MySQL queries to improve the performance of

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