What is Apache Drill and how to setup your Proof-of-Concept

Sam Vruggink 2

Apache Drill is a schema-free SQL query engine. Drill supports a variety of NoSQL databases and file systems, including HBase, MongoDB, MapR-DB, HDFS, MapR-FS, Amazon S3, Azure Blob Storage, Google Cloud Storage, Swift, NAS and local files. A single query can join data from multiple datastores. For example, you can […]

InfluxDB V2.0 – Stack Implementation Proof of Concept

Sam Vruggink 2

This blogpost will give you detailed instructions and information regarding the InfluxDB stack. Since February 2019 InfluxDB now consists not only the database itself, but also Telegraf, Chronograf and Kapacitor. Later you’ll read about what every part of the stack does. 18-2-2019: Living on the bloody edge, do not run […]

Enterprise Manager Convert to Cluster Database (RAC) fails without showing errors at Pre Configuration phase

Johan Buijser

Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c provides a wizard to convert a single-instance database to an Oracle RAC database. This requires the Oracle Database Lifecycle Management Pack for Enterprise Manager Cloud Control. When converting the database to a cluster database, after proving all the required details in the wizard,  a […]

Enterprise Manager DataGuard Add Standby Database fails without showing errors at Destination Preparation phase

Johan Buijser

Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c provides the Add Standby Database wizard to create a broker configuration that includes a primary database and one or more standby database. This requires the Oracle Database Lifecycle Management Pack for Enterprise Manager Cloud Control. When adding a Standby Database, after proving all the […]

InfluxDB for time series data

Gertjan van het Hof 2

In this small blog post I will talk about when to use a time series database and why to use InfluxDB for this. But first of all I need to explain what time series data is. Time series data is data where the time aspect is the most important characteristic. […]

ETL using Oracle DBMS_HS_PASSTHROUGH and SQL Server

Harry Dragstra

While I prefer a “loosely coupled architecture” for replication between Oracle and SQL Server, sometimes a direct (database) link cannot be avoided. By using DBMS_HS_PASSTHROUGH for data extraction the 2 other ETL processes (transformation and load) can be configured and administered with more flexibility, providing an almost acceptable level of […]