Dec 31, 2019 4:58:00 PM by Quest Software
Welcome to Coffee with Toad® 2019, the Toad World® blog monthly recap. Published the first Tuesday of every month, Coffee with Toad is organized by month, then by product, followed by each blog title and a brief description. Go directly to the product of your choice or peruse products that you're interested in. Each month this running blog is updated to include the most recent month first.
So, get your steaming or iced brew-of-choice and get ready to learn about tips and tricks, industry trends, and new releases by reading our knowledge-building, career-enhancing articles written by experts and thought leaders.
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A grouping of Toad World's very best information in ways we think will help you most is our December gift to you. This month we posted 12 blogs, accompanied with a new video verse added to each post, in our version of "The 12 Days of ... Projects." See the entire song/video, lyrics and links to posts, watch/read: 12 blogs wrapped with a bow: Database tools with free trials. The individual posts are listed below.
Is data critical to driving tech? What's a velocity gap? Can we achieve CI/CD? Plus link to the webinar where 3 subject matter experts explore these questions.
DevOps: Understanding the concept, its practices and how to get there. Bonus Oracle OpenWorld interview video, tech brief and more thought leadership links.
Two major challenges on the journey to the cloud are security and performance. Learn how SharePlex and other Quest tools can help you mitigate these challenges.
John Pocknell of Quest Software shares his thoughts on what changes we can expect to see in database management for 2020.
If you are undertaking an Oracle database migration to AWS from your on-premises data center, ask yourself these time and money savings questions first.
Structured or unstructured data? What will fuel data growth? What technology will have the most impact on DBAs? And, see an infographic for answers at a glance.
Toad Data Point: The 10, all-time most popular blog posts on Toad World today. Year after year, month after month and even daily—these posts get the most visits.
Code Tester vs. utPLSQL: Which tool is best for your experience level? Storing, importing and exporting code. Report and production format. [Comparison.]
Toad has a code analysis feature that scores and grades code. Get familiar with new terms. Join me as I break down the concepts into simple language.
Learn how to use this powerful feature that allows you to easily compare and synchronize properties between SQL Servers.
Even if you're happy with what you already know, there's more to gain from Toad. Read this new blog series to help direct your path to more “hidden” gems.
Data can be the most critical piece of a project, even outweighing your choice of algorithm. What steps should you take to create a quality data set?
Read about the basics and how to get started using the new REST API feature in Toad DevOps Toolkit 1.3.
Top 13 improvements. At-a-glance format: utPLSQL, sensitive data protection, updated Create/Alter DB object windows and updated Analyze Objects. Toad free trial link.
What's going on in database management? Toad World Blog Monthly Recap highlights the news, tips and tricks and industry trends from the best and brightest.
Toad evolves to ease challenges presented by DevOps. The new release of Toad for Oracle 13.2 includes a utPLSQL unit test creation module in all Toad editions.
This blog will tell you how you can take a picture or snapshot of your Oracle database using Toad for Oracle.
Code testing is like fitness training—you know it's a good idea, so why don't you make it happen? Make functional unit testing part of your regimen.
Find out what SQL Toad and your other Oracle applications are sending to the database. This is really helpful for troubleshooting a variety of issues.
Sensitive data protection tutorial (Part 1 of 2): defining rules and default policy actions within Toad for Oracle.
Sensitive data protection tutorial (Part 2 of 2): how to use the search feature within your database, apply default policies, and create a recurring task.
How to proactively scan for SQL that may not be running using the “Scan SQL” feature within Toad SQL Optimizer. [Tutorial]
Need to be more data driven? With massive data growth and multitudes of different data sources, how can you gain the insights you need to help drive business?
6 ways to optimize Toad Workbook to work with large result sets.
Read about 7 hacks to get you up and running on Toad Edge, the next-gen tool set for open source relational database environments.
Familiar with other DBMS? Understand the DB2 process model and learn to quickly identify where performance bottlenecks are occurring on the DB2 database or partition.
Series 1 of 5: Toad for Oracle vs. SQL Oracle. 5 key reasons why a commercial grade software application outperforms a quasi-free tool.
Learn how to create a workspace in Toad for Oracle, so you can quickly resume work after restarting Toad.
Visit Quest at Oracle OpenWorld 2019, Booth 1911, for networking opportunities, cool prizes, and tips on monitoring and managing data.
DBAs: Do you know where your private data is? Easily scan all your databases, identify where PII exists and enable your company to protect sensitive data.
Quest Software takes top spots in every single category for the 2019 DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards, winning first in four categories.
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