Category Archives: MongoDB

SQL Server: ranking your data

This is the kind of query that kills some servers – ranking. It’s a bit hard to make programmers understand how important the performance of their code can have a big impact on server speed – they all seems to … Continue reading

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Talk about MS-SQL, Oracle, NoSQL and Babylonian accounting tablets

Looking at the past can teach us a lot of things. This is a great way to know more about the things you like. And this is a great article about some fundamental characteristics of the major database systems today. … Continue reading

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Virtualizing your databases guide

Recently the guys at SQLServerCentral published a great article about SQL Server virtualization. But it is usefull for SQL Server, Oracle or any other DB technology that must run “on the cloud”. So here is the link to it: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Stairway+Series/112555/Continue reading

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Disaster Recovery: Unteachable Techniques

Today I’ll link a great article about Disaster Recovery: http://www.simple-talk.com/sysadmin/general/unteachable-disaster-recovery-techniques/ And that’s it. It is too big to quote here, but it is too good to miss the oportunity of sharing with you. And because this subject is related to ALL … Continue reading

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