0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 31, 2014 2:18 PM by DanielleH

    Blame-o-Saurus

    DanielleH

      Virtual Vandal

       

      The Blame-O-Saurus loves subjective information. It's a hotbed of finger-pointing, name-calling, and hair-pulling. What caused the problem? Was it the database? The app code? The network? The hardware? The database is often the most complicated and convoluted in the mix, so the burden of proof lies with the DBA.

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