Your database is one of the most important parts of your business, and keeping it healthy is essential to ensuring that your staff can be efficient and keep your customers happy and satisfied. In order to keep your database at its best, you need a database health check. But what is a database health check and when should you get one? Keep reading to find out.
Your database is the heart of your company, but with the exponential growth of big data, it has become increasingly difficult for businesses to ensure their data is safe and secure. So why is database security more important than ever in 2022? And what can you do to protect yours?
Are you currently running Oracle 12c (version 220.127.116.11) and have heard that it is soon to reach end of life? Released in 2013, it may be a surprise to find out that this is taking place so soon. So what does this mean for your organisation and what can you do next? Read on to find out more.
Version History 9i This release is mentioned for the i as opposed to the g and lately the c after the database versions. i stands for Internet, G represents Grid … Read more
If you are currently using SQL Server 2012, then you may be aware of some big changes coming up for your organisation – after July 2022 you will no longer be able to get hotfixes, service packs, cumulative updates, or any other support from Microsoft. But what exactly is going to happen and how will this impact you? We take a look at the details.
Last updated 17:00, 21st December 2021 On December 10th, Oracle released Security Alert CVE-2021-44228 in response to the disclosure of a new vulnerability affecting Apache Log4j prior to version 2.15. … Read more
Table of Contents The chances are, if your estate runs on an Oracle database, you’ve probably been approached by Oracle’s internal License Management Services (LMS) or Global Licensing Advisory Services … Read more
Now that RAC is no longer available for SE2 users as of 19c, how do you deploy disaster recovery for Oracle Standard Edition? After all, disaster recovery is a business … Read more
Still running on a legacy system? Perhaps your applications run fine (for now). And in uncertain times, the prospect of stumping up the capital investment for a new database estate … Read more
It’s remarkably easy to put off patching and because of this, database administrators (DBAs) have historically been lukewarm in their approach to applying patches. There are a range of factors … Read more