For over a year I’ve been researching cloud migration best practices. Consistently there was one red flag that trips me that I’m viewing recommended migration paths. No matter what you read, just about all of them include the following high level steps:
I was in a COE, (Center of Excellence) meeting yesterday and someone asked me, “Kellyn, is your blog correct? Are you really speaking at a Blockchain event??” Yeah, I’m all over the technical map these days and you know what?
I recently switched to a Mac after decades use with PCs. I loved my Surface Pro 4 and still do, but that I was providing content for those I thought would be on Macs, it seemed like a good idea at the time.
I’m itching to dig more into the SQL Server 2016 optimizer enhancements, but I’m going to complete my comparison of indices between the two platforms before I get myself into further trouble with my favorite area of database technology.
This post has a lot of the support code and data for my Oak Table Talk that I’ll be giving at IOUG Collaborate 2017 in Las Vegas on April 5th, 2017.
I ended up speaking at two events this last week. Now if timezones and flights weren’t enough to confuse someone, I was speaking at both an Oracle AND a SQL Server event- yeah, that’s how I roll these days.
I thought I’d do something on Oracle this week, but then Microsoft made an announcement that was like an early Christmas present- SQL Server release for Linux.
OK, so I’m all over the map, (technology wise) right now. One day I’m working with data masking on Oracle, the next it’s SQL Server or MySQL, and the next its DB2.
It’s Friday and the last day of my first Summit conference.