Next Tuesday at 11:20 am at Oracle headquarters there will be a panel discussion on SQL. You can participate whether you are there or not as we are collecting questions ahead of time and will video the panel to be posted later. The panel’s participants will be
In my last blog I talked about trying out Jenkins. In this blog post I want to talk about the new Jenkins plugin for Delphix.
Delphix plugin is easy to add. Just navigate to “Manage Jenkins” in the top left
Then click on “Manage Plugins”
Then type in “delphix” in the search bar and then click on the “Delphix Jenkins plugin” to install
Now we can access Delphix APIs through the Jenkins (more...)
Jenkins seems to be the top code build, integration and QA automation tool to support continuous delivery.
Jenkins allows me to kick of jobs on a schedule or ofter certain events and Jenkins will keep track of the status of the jobs and the results.
Wow, this is big – a Yes SQL conference !
Finally ! It’s here ! Yes SQL ! the conference!
At Oracle headquarters !
Send me your questions!
Have questions about SQL? about No SQL? about Yes SQL? About how Oracle is faring in the industry with SQL? I’ll be moderating a SQL panel discussion with
- Andy Mendelsohn (Executive Vice President for Database Server Technologies)
- George Lumpkin (Vice President, Product Management)
- Bryn Llewellyn (Distinguished Product Manager)
- Steven Feuerstein (Developer Advocate)
I knew I had to try out Neto’s Graphora when I saw that it was a docker container to collect Oracle performance data and send it to Graphite. Graphite has been on my radar as I see and hear about more and more companies using it to graph and monitor performance data. Any graphical Oracle performance tool interests me and recently I’ve been spending some time investigating Docker so having everything rolled up in (more...)
A recent post on LinkedIn had this image:
The problem is as old as development. The tester finds a bug but the developer can’t reproduce the bug so closes it as unreproducible.
… but how else can testing show development the bug? Should the developer come over to the testers desk and work on the testers systems while the tester waits?
The problem is that there is a difference in the developer’s environment and the tester’s environment. To solve (more...)
One of the attractive things about Docker to me, is that I can spin up containers with software that doesn’t affect the rest of my system. I can spin down the container, remove the container, make multiple containers. It’s all nice neat and clean unlike traditional application installation on an OS where files are spewed all through the file system and it’s a mess to try and clean it it up and/or remove it if (more...)
In my last post I showed using Docker and Delphix to support WordPress.
I use wordpress for this blog. Works fine on it’s own. It is just me making a few posts here and there. Occasionally there are problems like an upgrade that goes bad or a hack that get’s some redirection code into the site. In those cases I have to go to a backup of my MySQL database that is used by wordpress (more...)
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One challenge with Docker is having persistent storage for a container especially when that container gets restarted on another VM host and we want it to point to the same data. If we add in Delphix with Docker we can easily move persistent data and a docker container to a new host.