Blogs

1 person recommends this.
Read about 5 companies using Delphix in 5 different ways, ranging from app development of customer-facing apps to cloud migration and more, to power digital transformation.  This article was originally published on the Delphix website  here  December 17, 2018. As industry leaders relentlessly pursue digital innovation across everything they do, speed and quality of application development are central to their success. Forward-thinking companies recognize that software applications determine the quality of the experience and engagement with their customers.  Delphix provides a platform solution that works in any environment with the data sources ...
0 comments
Be the first person to recommend this.
Don’t get left behind. Here are 7 ways to enable the flow of secure,  high quality data across your enterprise through a platform-based approach to enable DataOps. This article was originally published on the Delphix website  here  November 16, 2018. As companies make significant headway with  DevOps  to meet the needs of modern app development and deployment,  DataOps  is an emerging practice that can further enhance individual and team outcomes by bringing people, technology and process together to create an iterative agile flow. Recognized by Gartner as a new entrant in its  2018 hype cycle report , DataOps is “ a collaborative ...
0 comments
1 person recommends this.
From large corporations to smaller upstarts, AI technology is being introduced and adopted by organizations across industries as it moves from its academic roots to the forefront of business. But before thinking AI, think data first. This article was originally published on the Delphix website here July 8, 2019. From Amazon Alexa to Spotify and the Nike Fit app , artificial intelligence (AI) technology is becoming a household norm. There’s not a company today that isn’t looking to leverage AI to deliver new digital services and insights that disrupt, or fend off disruption within their market. Every company is a data company, ...
0 comments

Joining a Community

Be the first person to recommend this.
Many of the Delphix DataOps Community communities are open for you to join. To join a community and receive notifications, complete the following procedure: Sign in to the community. For more information, see " Signing In to the Delphix DataOps Community ". Click Communities > All Communities in the top navigation bar. In the All Communities window, click Join next to the communities you want to join. When you join a community, you are able to set your notification preferences. For more information, see " Modifying Your Community Notification Preferences ". #joining_communities #notifications
0 comments
Be the first person to recommend this.
The previous posts in this 3-part series of posts covered an overview of How Delphix In-Place Masking Works , then described the Test Cases and summarized the Results . Continuing with the third post, this calls out the detailed steps required to improve the overall masking performance... Previous Post                                                                          Implementation steps Follow the steps below to set the recommendations on the masked VDB… Using the VDB provisioning wizard to provision the VDB which is being masked, check the checkbox labeled VDB Configuration Template , which ...
0 comments
Be the first person to recommend this.
The previous post in this 3-part series of posts covered an overview of How Delphix In-Place Masking Works .  Continuing with the second post, this covers the internal testing that was performed to improve the masking performance ... Previous post                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Next in the series Test Cases The following test cases are performed individually and observed the improvement for each of the specific tests. All ...
0 comments
Be the first person to recommend this.
This is the first post in a 3-part series, with an overview of How Delphix In-Place Masking Works .  The next post in the series describes Test Cases Performed  and summarized Results , and the last post details how to deploy the recommendations . ..                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ...
0 comments
1 person recommends this.
Welcome the Delphix Community. We are a community of doers, makers, creators, experimenters, and data-ops evangelists. We want you to enjoy your time in the community and have only one major guideline. Do no harm. Seems pretty simple. It works with other golden-rule-type behaviors… treat others as you wish to be treated.  So, to spell it out, don’t be rude, cruel, nasty or obnoxious to your fellow members. Be a good citizen. Help people you can help. If you are tempted to snark, click away from the thread first, please. We are not here to put down products, companies, or other members or nonmembers. We want your best practices and your good intentions. We ...
0 comments

Disabling Your Account

Be the first person to recommend this.
Should you need to disable your account and remove your data from the site, you may do so by completing the following procedure. To disable your account and remove your data: Log in to your account. Click your profile image, and then click Profile . From within your profile, click the My Account tab and then select Disable My Account . Please provide a reason for disabling your account and, if you would like your data removed from the system, also send an email to community@delphix.com requesting your data be erased.
0 comments
5 people recommend this.
By default Self Service Refreshes on a container will refresh the container database or databases to the latest point in time available. We have seen that some of these refreshes may take some time. In the Oracle case, all archivelogs created after the backup have to be applied. Our clients have been requested a way to refresh a container to the point in time where the snapshot happened in the template, but unfortunately the snapshots are not visible on the template timeline. Here we present a workaround to be able to see snapshots in the template timeline on the Self Service screen. On this example, the template has only one datasource. The solution is ...
2 comments
2 people recommend this.
Starting with the 5.3 release , Delphix has built an integration with Splunk , the leading application monitoring tool, to allow Splunk Enterprise customers to monitor and understand their Delphix application status. Delphix enables self-monitoring/diagnosability of Delphix engines by providing native integration with Splunk Enterprise. Once configured, the Delphix engine or engines automatically send structured JSON logs to Splunk capturing the following engine activity: Delphix events (Actions, Job Events, Faults, and Alerts) Performance metrics (CPU, Disk, Network, TCP, dataset, nfs, iSCSI) Capacity metrics (total space, ...
0 comments
Be the first person to recommend this.
Connecting is a two way street. When you hover over the name of a community member in a piece of content, view a profile, view the member directory, or view the members tab of a community, you will find the ability to connect. If the member accepts your request, you will connect and they will be visible in you contacts on your profile. This is a good way to collect important contacts and have them at the ready for consultation, engagement, and the sharing of ideas. When setting up your profile security, you can also allow contacts to see more about you than the public or authenticated users. Note: If you accept a connection request, that member can directly ...
0 comments
Be the first person to recommend this.
When you @ mention someone, if they have their notifications turned on, they will be notified.  To @ mention , type the @ sign followed by at least 3 characters. A menu will allow you to select the person you want to draw into the conversation.  ​​​​
0 comments

Tagging Content

Be the first person to recommend this.
Tags help us stay organized and help people with the same interests find content. To tag content while you are creating it,  type the hash (#) sign. A menu allows you to select from previous tags or just keep typing to create your own. To tag content after creation, find and open the content, locate the green tags, then add your tag by clicking Add a tag . ​
0 comments
Be the first person to recommend this.
Signing in or logging in to the community is easy. If you were a member of the previous community, complete the following procedure: Click Sign In at the top right of the main community page. Click Confirm Your Email on the Login or Register window.  Enter your  Email Address , and then click  Send Password Link . Check your Inbox, you will see an email with subject " Forgotten password on..." Open your email, and then click the provided link to walk you through the rest of the sign in, including acceptance of our Terms and Conditions. If you are a new member, complete the following procedure: Click Sign In ...
0 comments
Be the first person to recommend this.
Remember to circle back when you have asked a question to make sure you give credit to the member who answers your question. As the original poster, you have the ability to select and answer as the Best Answer. To select the best answer on a thread: Ensure you are logged into the community, and then select your avatar and your profile from the Avatar menu. Select the My Contributions tab, and then click List of Contributions . Click the discussion for which you want to select a Best Answer. Navigate to the reply that is the best answer to the question. Select the down arrow next to Reply Inline, and then click Make Best Answer . Note: ...
0 comments

Voting on an Idea

Be the first person to recommend this.
One of the easiest ways to engage in the community is to vote for a feature request or idea for the solution. When you vote, you lend your voice to that of the original poster, and we know more than one customer is interested. Let your voice be heard. To vote on an idea: Log in to the community, and then click Ideas in the top menu. If you are not logged in, you will not see the Ideas menu item. On the Ideation page, you can sort ideas by category, stage/status, among other facets. To vote for an idea, click the thumbs-up icon in either the widget form of the idea or the full-page view. Widget view: Full-page view: Note: If the preview ...
0 comments
Be the first person to recommend this.
Do you have an idea for us to enhance or take our products in a new direction? We want to hear from you. To create an idea: Log in to the community, and then click Ideas in the top menu. If you are not logged in, you will not see the Ideas menu item. On the Ideation page, click Add on the right side. Provide a title and a description which includes your use case. The more detail you can provide, the more likely others will understand and share your need, making it more likely to be voted up and incorporated in the product. When you have provided your use case, make sure to select the correct product category before clicking Save . ...
0 comments

Writing a Blog

Be the first person to recommend this.
We want your voice in our community. We want to hear you. To create a blog: Log in to the community, and then click Browse > Blogs . You can always blog in your own space. You may need permission to blog in one of the other communities. The best way to start is to create your blog and then let people know it is there. It’s quite possible that an admin will associate your blog with the community you want to associate it with. Note: Remember to reveal the Search Engine Optimization features and use canonical URLs if you have posted your blog in other locations. #Blogging #HowT
0 comments

Finding Your Drafts

Be the first person to recommend this.
The community saves your work when you are idle for 10 seconds. Drafts of material can be found in your profile, whether your draft was saved automatically, and you are accessing the material after a crash or mistakenly closing your browser. Or, you are looking for drafts of posts or blogs you saved as drafts and are actively coming back to work on. To locate your drafts: Log in to the community, and then click your profile picture (or silhouette) at the top right of the window. Click Profile . Select the My Contributions tab, and then click List of Contributions . On the List of Contributions window, filter the list and select View draft ...
0 comments