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Keeping a secret: MySQL router "bootstrapping" without a "root" account
Matthias Jung
Data Management
Even as an experienced consultant, you don't think about many things until you are faced with them. I have put several InnoDB clusters including MySQL router into operation over the past few years. Up to now, this was always an interactive process where it was no problem to simply enter the passwords of privileged users (at the console). It was cle...
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Pleasing DBAs with small things: Validation of MySQL configuration
Matthias Jung
MySQL
Configuration files are a constant source of errors. Especially with older systems (before version 8.0), which did not yet have the possibility to make online persistent changes (e.g. "set global persist…"), there were often minor problems. The parameter was set online (but volatile; i.e. not rebootable) due to a lack of downtime and was written to...
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Import of GeoJSON into Oracle Spatial - no problem with PowerShell
Andreas Jordan
Data Management
The GeoJSON format (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeoJSON) is a popular exchange format because it is supported by many applications. In addition, the JSON structure makes it easy to read for both humans and machines.With the help of the procedure "sdo_util.from_geojson" provided by Oracle Spatial the format can be converted very easily into the da...
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PowerShell and Oracle – a good team
Andreas Jordan
Data Management
I use PowerShell almost daily to access data in Oracle databases. Why, especially in this combination, I want to present by means of an example. But first there will be a few words about the used technology.  Why PowerShell?  Quite simply: Because it's there. Completely without the installation of additional components, PowerShell is pres...
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Harnessing the power of Kafka
Muriel Djanko Kamdoum
Data Management
Is there more to Kafka than the usual producer and consumer APIs? Kafka, the event streaming platform, is usually known for its producer and consumer APIs allowing applications to write, store and retrieve events from the platform in a decoupled way. In the age of ubiquity of compute resource and huge volume of data being generated, it offers the p...
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Certificate watcher with telegraf and Grafana?
Janis Ax
Englisch
One of our customers uses self-signed certificates for some internal processes. From a technical perspective, they work as expected. Problems arise after about one year, when the certificates expire. Since they are not officially signed, no one watches them to check when they expire. I was wondering if there was a way to set up an easy watch and al...
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