In this blog, I will be discussing some distinct types of data involved in feedback. The types that I will be covering are as follows: 1) structural; 2) event; 3) quantitative; 4) contextual; and 5) systemic. In 2014, I recall reading a number of blogs about three types of data: prescriptive, descriptive, and predictive. There was a data scientist apparently on tour lecturing extensively about these three types. I don't recall the individual's name. Well, prescription, description, and…Continue
Added by Don Philip Faithful on July 5, 2015 at 4:56am — No Comments
When I read a blog, I often find myself in deep thought as I approach the end, trying to determine if the author has said anything that I might be able to use. A blog doesn't have to say anything. Nor does it have to be useful to me specifically. It might simply offer a personal reflection on life. As a person who also writes blogs, I…Continue
Added by Don Philip Faithful on January 3, 2015 at 8:16am — No Comments
I created this blog to further discuss the issue of mass data assignments, a methodology that allows qualitative data events to be incorporated into metrics such as performance indicators. These assignments are routine for me now after having developed a prototype. However, I am unaware of the prevalence of this or similar techniques in the broader community. So I periodically work the topic into my blogs to help stimulate discussion. When quantitative data exists, it means that we had…
Added by Don Philip Faithful on November 22, 2014 at 8:18am — No Comments
The celebrity of Toronto's mayor has certainly drawn a lot of attention to the city in recent years. Several candidates are now running for Rob Ford's job. Since the mayor is currently undergoing treatment for cancer, he decided to withhold his candidacy in the upcoming municipal election. Being a longtime resident of Toronto, and being aware of the city's wealth and poverty, I'm always interested in how these competing needs play out when it is time to vote. Consider the interesting…
Added by Don Philip Faithful on October 11, 2014 at 6:07am — No Comments
Being the son of a mechanic, I have spent many years handling power tools. I'm especially fond of a couple of hammer-drills in my possession. They can effortlessly drill holes through concrete. At least, this is what my father once claimed. He handed down his most treasured tools to me. I'm big on pliers and screwdrivers. This might be due to my vocational training as a technician. Even today - long after I completed my diploma and continued to further my education - I still carry a licence…Continue
Added by Don Philip Faithful on September 27, 2014 at 7:39am — No Comments
As the size of the database grows database performance becomes critical. Automation is a growing focus for data center operators facing increasingly complex environments. Database administration is complex, repetitive and time consuming. DBAs have to work long hours during off hours downtime. The outage of database costs heavily to the companies and affect their repute.
Shopping engines and online shopping places are highly dependent on database performance. Slower application…Continue
Added by Muhammad Saeed on May 9, 2014 at 4:00am — No Comments
Managing performance of enterprise applications and achieving high levels of Performance with minimum resources is topic of discussion in today’s large enterprises. Resolving performance issues is essential for database administrators (DBAs) when it happens however it is best to react to the problems proactively. Proactive management requires very high level of attention and to help make sense of the overwhelming data provided by the database engine.
In database management being…Continue
Added by Muhammad Saeed on April 21, 2014 at 3:43am — No Comments