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Real Time Data Warehouse ETL

Part 2 – Implementing Service Broker as a Real Time ETL Tool – The Code

To implement my Service Broker ETL API, I started with the basic code/framework provided by Eitan Blumin in this blog post: … 539 more words


Real Time Data Warehouse ETL

Part 1 – Implementing Service Broker as a Real Time ETL Tool

The cheapest and easiest way to solve the real-time ETL problem is to not even attempt it in the first place, but we live in the real world and businesses are saying that: 663 more words


[Smart Object] - K2 & MySQL (แบบไทย)

สวัสดีครับ ก่อนอื่นต้องขอต้อนรับ นักเขียนหน้าใหม่ ซึ่งขอเป็น Ranger สีดำ คุณโอ๋ แห่งค่าย Venteck นะครับ พอดีคุณโอ๋ มาขอไกด์ไลน์การต่อกับ MySQL แล้วไปลองดู พอได้ความก็เลยเขียนมาเล่าให้เราฟัง เราเห็นว่ามีประโยชน์ดี ก็ไม่รอช้า (จริงๆ ก็นานแล้วแต่เพิ่งมีเวลา) นำมาแปะไว้โดยไว  เชิญเสพโดยพลัน 111 more words

K2 Blackpearl

CF Summit 2015 in Santa Clara!

It’s been a busy year of lots of work, switching jobs, running Duchess SF (SF Women’s Java User Group) but I’m glad to find a little time again to post about Cloud Foundry and that my fandom of CF is stronger than ever. 236 more words

Plaform As A Service (PaaS)

Tracking down CPU spikes using process explorer and DMVs

What is it about 4:45 pm on a Friday afternoon that makes CPUs spike, drives crash, databases corrupt? I wish I knew but I don’t. I do know that I have been on the receiving end a few times. 502 more words

SQL Server

IoT Requires a Fabric Based on a Service Broker

IoT needs a service broker which collapses web services, SOA, ESB, Security, Privacy and translation/transformation allowing any protocol, any platform from any provider to communicate.  Many expressed views of the world is that there will only be static relationships between devices and never will there be need to go beyond those pre-determined relationships. 378 more words

Internet Of Things

Podcast Show Notes: SOA and Cloud - Where's This Relationship Going? By Bob Rhubart

Opinions vary on the relationship between service oriented architecture and cloud computing. Some say SOA is essential to the cloud. Others say cloud is entirely possible without SOA. 286 more words