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Pros and Cons of modelling a ready only query system with Multiple databases vs Multiple schemas?

I have the following scenario where an SQL Server database (D1) is being replicated to D1_p (on-premise SQL Server). I have another on-premise oracle database (D2) being replicated to D2_p (on-premise SQL Server). I am trying to understand the pros and cons of setting up D1_p and D2_p on two separate DB servers vs a single SQL Server database and have 2 separate schemas on it. Would love to hear your thoughts on the same. Also please note that there is a constant sync happening in an asynchronous manner between (D1 and D1_p via SQL Log Shipping) and (D2 and D2_p via Golden Gate).

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Paradox? Contradiction? or just misdirected proof? "pi" is the ratio of Circumference to Diameter, its value is 3.141592653 ad infinitum. How can the circumference of a square enclosing a circle appear to be equal to pi ? Illussion? Looks like we are throwing infinitely many corners (which add up) under the carpet! 
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Excellent point of view backed with data. I believe its a way of life. To inculcate this kind of lifestyle and values organically, would take a generation to live through it. The other possibility is to rebuild in an entirely new way after a calamity (as you indicated in the article). I personally like this way of life and was excited when you said "demanded that leadership change every few months" to keep the creativity and innovation intact.
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Self referential recursive Escher. 
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Brace for the news this THUR (2/11/16). Whatever the outcome, it is set to be a milestone on the cosmic calendar. It has been 100 years since Einstein published his General Theory of Relativity that married Gravity to Space-Time. LIGO has measured the last of the predictions made by this theory, ie, the presence of ripples in space-time caused by rapidly spinning objects like pulsars, 2 star systems etc.. Detecting a gravitational wave is like noticing the Milky Way — which is about 100,000 light-years wide — has stretched or shrunk by the width of a pencil eraser.
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La teoría de la relatividad fue hecha con los esfuerzos de diversos talentos, con experimentación de campo y en desarrollos físico/matemáticos. Esfuerzos donde Einstein no hizo desarrollos clave o importantes. Simplemente plagio y se adueño de los trabajos de otros: conceptos o estructuras matemáticas/físicas, teorías, formulas, etc. Chequen sus fundamentos antes de hablar. Einstein no fue genio y es falso que la teoría de la relatividad sea de Einstein. No promuevan falsedades. Saludo.
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2/11/16 could be a milestone on the cosmic calendar!
 
Gravitational Waves and How They Distort Space

It’s official: on February 11, 10:30 EST, there will be a big press conference about gravitational waves by the people running the gravitational wave detector LIGO. It’s a fair bet that they will announce the first direct detection of gravitational waves, predicted by Albert Einstein 100 years ago. If all goes as the scientists hope, this will be the kick-off for an era of gravitational wave astronomy: for learning about some of the most extreme and violent events in the cosmos by measuring the tiny ripples of space distortions that emanate from them.

Time to brush up on your gravitational wave knowledge, if you haven’t already done so!

Read more: http://buff.ly/1T2is6Q
Rumor has it that gravitational waves might be detected soon - a late triumph for Einstein's theory of general relativity. But what are these waves?
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In episode five of Talking Machines, we hear the first part of our conversation with Geoffrey Hinton (Google and University of Toronto), Yoshua Bengio (University of Montreal) and Yann LeCun (Facebook and NYU). Ryan introduces us to the ideas in tensor factorization methods for learning latent variable models (which is both a tongue twister and and one of the new tools in ML). To find out more on the topic, the paper Tensor decomposit...
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A 21st century gold rush is under way – but it isn’t about precious metal, it’s about data. The amountRead More
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Congratulating the dynamism & determination of ISRO - Indian Space Research Organisation & our scientists on successful launch of PSLV C31 & putting IRNSS 1E in orbit precisely. Spoke to the scientists at ISRO - Indian Space Research Organisation & congratulated them on their accomplishment today. Our scientists keep making us proud.
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  • Trilogy
    Architect and Technical Delivery Manager, 2004 - 2013
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    Software Engineer, 2003 - 2004
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    Software Engineer, 2002 - 2003
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Graduated in Computer Science from IIT-G and ever since taken up multiple hats as a software engineer, product manager and an architect for managing excellence through execution. I have delivered over 20 large scale high volume transactional systems primarily in the J2EE domain for fortune 500 customers. 14 yrs of industry experience. Passionate about Space and building enabling technologies. Ardent believer in GODEL!

My interests lie in Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Big Data Platforms and Neural Networks.

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Graduated in Computer Science from IIT-G, Do things the right way, Successfully delivered 20+ large scale and business critical application on time and to budget, Awesome balance of theory and practicality.
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  • Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
    Computer Science., 1998 - 2002
    Theory of Computation Formal Languages & Automata Compilers Probability & Statistics Software Engineering Algorithms Discrete Mathematics VLSI Systems Design Computational Geometry Computer Networks Digital Design Computer Organization & Architecture 20th Century Philosophy
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