Tag Archives: Dataweave

Off-the-shelf Oracle database servers

Implementing mission critical enterprise database servers used to be a lengthy process. Configuring server hardware, implementing clustering, and making sure all of the software components are correctly patched and configured can be very time consuming. Oracle seems determined to change … Continue reading

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Getting back Insync

Last week saw the annual pilgrimage of Australia’s Oracle database and business applications users to hear from their peers and global Oracle experts at the Insync11 conference in Sydney. Roadmaps were presented, war stories shared, and we all had the … Continue reading

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Happy 5th Birthday Dataweave

Last week saw us hit an important milestone – Dataweave’s 5th birthday. We have grown rapidly since our inception in 2006, with revenue growth hitting 35% this year. To thank our many customers and partners, we braved the winter chill … Continue reading

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CEO Sleepout raises $3.7m

I joined 250 other CEOs at Luna Park last night sleeping rough in aid of the homeless. Thank you to everyone who sponsored me – I raised over $3,000 through your kind donations. Altogether 1001 CEOs slept out across Australia … Continue reading

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Wet and weary, Brisbane starts to rebuild

I spent time working in Brisbane last week, and had the opportunity to see first hand how our clients and local staff  had weathered the storms and flooding. IT systems are rarely designed to function during long term power outages, … Continue reading

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Things were hairy in November

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In November, Mark Watson decided to form the “Dataweave Dudes” – a prickly bunch, dedicated to raising money for Movember. Of course, I wasn’t going to miss out on the fun. After a month bristling with excitement, the Dudes had … Continue reading

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The big bang vs the laser rifle

In the not so distant past, outsourcing used to mean one thing – big, expensive, multi year contracts. It often meant handing the keys to your entire IT cupboard over to a huge multinational, and letting them dictate how your … Continue reading

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