1. ER Diagram & SQL Database Tool DbSchema

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    DbSchema is a database tool for designing the schema, browse data, build and run SQL queries. It is compatible with the JDBC Relational Databases, like MySql, Postgres, Firebird, Derby, Mimer, Db2, Informix, MSSQL, Oracle, etc.

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    • Dimensional Modeling Promo Video

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      This is the promo video for my dimensional modeling training course on www.ummtraining.com/dimensional-modeling

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      • Thinking differentially and downstream about archaeological data

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        RT6 Thinking between the lines: conceptualising the future of archaeological databases http://codifi.org/project/caa-2015-rt6-thinking-between-the-lines-conceptualising-the-future-of-archaeological-databases/ Siena, Italy. 30 March – 3 April, 2015 Alan Greene, Ian Johnson This session combines 5 minute lightning talks – appropriate for describing specific database examples, solutions, or methodological approaches – with a concluding round-table discussion that pulls together the threads of a more reflective approach to the conceptual structure of archaeological databases and the ways in which databases influence our thinking through constraints and facilitation. Archaeological research projects rarely occur in vacuums, but are situated in often-complex circles of interested parties – the stewards and stakeholders who have rightful claims to the archaeological places and knowledge being withdrawn from them. As archaeologists, we are afforded a powerful position of deciding what is knowledge, what is data, who gets access, under what circumstances, if at all. Even now as we are firmly rooted in the digital age, we tend to move from facts to interpretations, interpretations to reports, reports to public engagement, and sometimes, albeit rarely, to storytelling. And yet, for the communities who rely on us for the archaeological data, it is through stories, discussion and debate that often everything begins. In this lightning talk, we will look at where we're failing and succeeding to connect with stakeholder priorities for differential access to cultural content and archaeological data, and what this means for all of us in developing informed exchanges for digital archaeology. We’ll explore Mukurtu CMS, an open source platform designed specifically to address some of these challenges.. We will take a look at two contrasting examples of how our archaeological data is resituated - the land and research management plans of two first nations in North America, and the research agenda for a ‘total history’ of the Jezreel Valley Regional Project in Israel - to spark discussion about how our databases and the digital products we produce are used downstream in ways that we may not have imagined during our excavations and surveys.

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        • Rediscover DiscoverIT

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          EBSCO's Discover IT is a powerful search tool but can be overwhelming if not adapted for your library. Join Consulting Librarian Pam Henley as we compare three different profiles to examine the various options available. Learn how a profile can be customized to limit results so your patrons get the information they want. CE category: Technology Originally recorded: February 18, 2015

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          • NuoDB Continuous Availability Demo

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            This short video demonstrates how the NuoDB SQL database can be configured on-demand to run as a redundant active/active database across multiple hosts. The database is scaled out and processes are terminated randomly, all occurring without a moment of downtime. Continuous Availability in NuoDB offers built-in support for high-availability and redundancy, rolling upgrades, and online schema evolution and backup.

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            • 2015 02 06 - Persistence: A View from Stratosphere - Stefan Edlich

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              Professor Stefan Edlich from Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin talks about the current state of the art in databases, with particular focus on NoSQL and Apache Flink.

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              • BioOne - access for MT State Agencies

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                This comprehensive online collection of full-text articles and journals is licensed for access by Montana State Employees and contractors, and public library staff/trustees in Montana. To access on the state network, just visit research.msl.mt.gov and select "BioOne." To access off the state campus, request a library card from the MT State Library and login. In this webinar, Alana conducts sample searches and explores the types of content available in the BioOne database. For more information, contact Alana Mueller-Brunckhorst, Montana State Library amueller-brunckhorst@mt.gov

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                • No Knobs Administration Demo

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                  At NuoDB, automation is about much more than just making it easier to manage the database. That’s important but it’s the tip of the iceberg. Policy-driven automation is what the NuoDB Automation Console – and this video – are all about. The NuoDB Automation Console provides the tools that let you understand the size and scope of problems you need to solve. It also brings the right resources to bear. You define NuoDB Templates that specify how each database must perform when deployed. Templates determine which NuoDB database processes need to run where in order to maintain full redundancy, scaling out on demand, and running in multiple locations or simply testing on a local system. Take a look at this demonstration of the Console in action! Download the Free NuoDB software to experience it today: http://dev.nuodb.com/download-nuodb/request/download Tech Blog: http://dev.nuodb.com/techblog Press Releases: http://www.nuodb.com/resources/press-releases Follow us on: - Twitter (@nuodb): https://twitter.com/nuodb - Facebook: https://facebook.com/nuodb - LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/company/nuodb

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                  • 5. Winter Wonderland of Online Resources - Health Resources2

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                    The MT State Library licenses databases with a lot of current research materials for use by health care providers and patients. This content can be differentiated from the collection of materials found in Consumer Health Complete by the more academic nature of the content. While it may be too academic for some it is a valuable resource for students studying nursing, applied health, and general medicine as well as pre-hospital emergency care providers or community-based health care providers. This session explores the content found in the CINAHL Nursing and Applied Health database, Health Source, and MedLine (MedLine is a free database, but it easily searched and linked to from within both EBSCOhost and the DiscoverIt! search tools). Please see the other classes in this course to learn more in-depth about the resources in the MT State Library online databases.

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                    • We Want to Read!

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