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Dealing with Failure

This past week was a dichotomy for Coloradans. On Tuesday, it was 60F (15C) for most of the day, with my daughter and I going to volleyball practice in t shirts and shorts. Our phones chimed during practice, noting that … Continue reading

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Someone Lost My Data

It was bound to happen. I’m sure it’s happened before, but this event was interesting to me as it wasn’t a customer issue, but a cloud vendor problem. There was an outage in Azure on Jan 29, which happens, but … Continue reading

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DR Prep Can Miss the Little Things

The other day we had a blizzard in Colorado and we weren’t quite prepared. My wife and I were away on a trip and watching the weather. We were concerned about flights and about the conditions at the ranch with … Continue reading

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DR Planning

Data professionals know that protecting and ensuring our data is safe is one of our primary jobs. Many of us worry that if we were unable to recover a database, our job might be jeopardy, which makes sense. If we … Continue reading

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