Sean Hull

Sean Hull is a business and technology consultant, author and speaker. He is the founder and senior consultant at Heavyweight Internet Group in New York and has worked as a database consultant and expert for ten years. He is the author of “Oracle and Open Source” on O’Reilly & Associates and his articles have appeared in Oracle’s own OTN website, DBA Zine, ChangeThis.com, and many others. Using techniques, technologies, and perspectives discussed in the book, articles, and seminars, he has taken his career into exciting areas. He has served as Technology Consultant, Project Manager, CEO, and mentor with a background in programming, systems integration & administration, project development and management. He can be reached at [email protected] or visit http://www.iheavy.com for more info about consulting services.


References


BOOK: Oracle & Open Source
OTN Article Jan 2005: “PHP vs. ASP.NET Redux”
OTN Article Jan 2004: “PHP and ASP.NET Go Head-to-Head”
EFY Group, New Delhi Jan 2005: “Open Source PBX with Asterisk”
DBA Online Lecture, May 2 2003 – Oracle 9iRAC on Linux/Firewire
NYOUG Lecture, Mar 12, 2003 – Building 9iRAC db on lowcost Linux servers
Choosing an Oracle Open Source Web Technology
Oracle Open Source Directory
Karma – How to Monitor Multiple Oracle Databases – presented at NYOUG General Meeting, Mar, 1999.

Current Articles




MySQL Hotbackups with XtraBackup
– November 16, 2010


Inside MySQL Character Sets & Settings
– October 15, 2010


MySQL Server Benchmarking 101
– October 12, 2010


Inside MySQL Binary Logs
– September 16, 2010


MySQL in Amazon EC2 – Beginners Guide
– August 17, 2010


How to Use Multi-Master MySQL to Get a Leg Up on Database Performance
– July 20, 2010


Top 10 IBM Information Management Trends
– July 14, 2010


An Introduction to Multi-Master MySQL
– July 9, 2010


Even More Maatkit for MySQL
– June 15, 2010


The Wonders of Maatkit for MySQL
– May 18, 2010


MySQL Exotic Storage Engines
– April 8, 2010


Survey of MySQL Storage Engines
– March 11, 2010


DRBD and MySQL – Heartbeat Setup
– February 11, 2010


DRBD and MySQL – Virtualbox Setup
– January 4, 2010


DRBD and MySQL – Excellent Low-cost HA Solution
– December 10, 2009


Bigger and Better MySQL
– November 10, 2009


Faster & Stronger MySQL
– October 8, 2009


7 Ways To Crash a Database
– August 13, 2009


MySQL: Five More Dials To Turn
– July 9, 2009

MySQL: Five Dials to Set
– June 12, 2009

MySQL Clustering in a Sandbox
– May 8, 2009

Five Query Optimizations in MySQL
– April 6, 2009

Optimizing the MySQL Query Cache
– March 12, 2009

Advanced MySQL Replication – Improving Performance
– February 12, 2009

Intro to MySQL Proxy
– January 15, 2009

Fixing MySQL Replication – December 1, 2008
MySQL Replication Pitfalls – November 13, 2008
Intro to Oracle’s Automatic Workload Repository (AWR) – October 14, 2008
Intro to PHP + Oracle – August 14, 2008
DBA Insider – Useful PL/SQL Packages – July 10, 2008
Oracle Automatic Storage Management – June 12, 2008
Programming, Perl + Oracle – May 5, 2008
Oracle Indexing – What, Where, When? – April 10, 2008
Create a Database Manually – When & Why? – March 12, 2008
Migrating MySQL to Oracle Part 2 – February 14, 2008
Migrating MySQL to Oracle Part I – January 10, 2008
Eight Ways to Hack Oracle – Part 2 – December 13, 2007
Eight Ways to Hack Oracle – November 6, 2007
Oracle, MySQL and PostgreSQL feature comparison – Part 2 – October 11, 2007
Oracle, MySQL and PostgreSQL feature comparison – Part 1 – August 9, 2007
Open-source Technologies for Oracle DBAs and Developers – Part 2 – July 17, 2007
Open-source Technologies for Oracle DBAs and Developers – July 12, 2007
Manual Standby Database under Oracle Standard Edition – June 14, 2007
DBA Interview Questions – May 17, 2007

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