About Me

First and foremost, Welcome to my Blog! In all honesty, this blog has never been created with the intention that it would be viewed by anyone other than me…so if there are any errors, then please try to ignore them or let me know so I can resolve them!

I have been a DBA for over 10 years working initially as a SQL Server DBA, and then furthered my career with my current employer, for whom I was a part of a team who look after SQL Server 2000, 2005, 2008, Oracle 10g and 11g including some RAC implementations.

Today, I am part of the infrastructure team, architecting our cloud strategy for applications and datastores. Working in this area comes with some exciting learning opportunities including containerisation platforms including Kubernetes, managed databases in cloud platforms and data migration complexities.

Disclaimer: I take no responsibility for any issues you may get from using any of the material posted on this blog. the situations discussed have resolved issues for me in my setup and may not necessarily be the correct solution for your setup.

6 Responses to About Me

  1. bhanu says:

    Hello, have you worked for Frontier corp ?


  2. Dushyant says:

    I’m totally new to MySQL workbench and i have quick question
    How can I copy multiple tables with the data from the database from SQL Server 2005 to MySQL workbench 5.2ce? I do not want to copy database …
    It’s really appreciated if you can help me..Thanks

  3. kumar says:

    looking for monodb dba training for my self

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