Monthly Archives: July 2015

Optimizing Database Performance, Part 1: Partitioning and Indexing

Today’s post is the start of a three multi-part series offering up an overview of the most important components of database performance that must be monitored and managed for any database implementation. Database performance focuses on tuning and optimizing the design, … Continue reading

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You Can’t Force Data Quality

How many times have you surfed the Web only to encounter a form that requests a slew of personal information before you are permitted to go any further? You know what I’m talking about. A company markets a white paper … Continue reading

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