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Ten Simple Rules for Effective Statistical Practice

Science has somewhat of a problem with sloppy use of statistics. Because many fields and researchers have gotten stuck with a tunnel vision on p values, a lot of research cannot be replicated. 492 more words

Papers

Live Webinar: Is Your Storage Ready for Disaster?

The recovery expectations of users and organizations is changing and their tolerance for downtime is lower than ever. IT professionals can no longer rely on the traditional backup and recovery process to meet these new requirements. 140 more words

Backup

Replication: Snapshot Agent fails on date conversion

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In the previous post I wrote, I explained how to setup replication from an on-premise SQL Server instance to an Azure SQL database. 779 more words

SQL Server

Is RAID/Replication/Erasure Coding Backup?

One of the things that makes a backup person’s head spin around is when they hear someone say, “my data is on RAID, so I don’t need to back it up.” The same would be true of erasure coding and replication. 616 more words

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PDXPUG - January meeting

When: 6-8pm Thursday Jan 19, 2017
Where: iovation
Who: Mark Wong
What: pglogical

Mark Wong will give an overview of pglogical, the latest replication option for Postgres. 181 more words

Meeting Announcements

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Making DRaaS Make Even More Sense - Bluelock Briefing Note

Disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) continues to grow on both the demand and the supply side of the equation. While some still wonder if DRaaS makes sense for their business, many customers and vendors alike are flocking to the space. 870 more words

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