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PDF42 facts for Grid Infrastructure, ASM and RAC

Published: 03.04.2017 - This document is restricted to members

OUG Ireland 2017 23 & 24th March

PDFMigrating your Oracle Database with near Zero Downtime

Published: 03.04.2017 - This document is restricted to members

OUG Ireland 2017 23rd & 24th March

PDFNo Magic, No Jungle, No Swamp: The Oracle Alert Log

Published: 03.04.2017 - This document is restricted to members

OUG Ireland 2017 23rd & 24th March

PDFShortening your Oracle Database Development Cycles without compromising Quality & Performance

Published: 03.04.2017 - This document is restricted to members

OUG Ireland 2017 23rd & 24th March

PDFHow Much Memory is Truly Used By My Oracle Instance?

Published: 17.03.2017

Oracle Scene - Issue 62

There are many articles about the amount of memory that is taken by the Oracle Database executables and the database SGA and PGA. The reason for the article is to answer the question "Can I set the SGA_MAX_SIZE parameter to a value higher than the SGA_TARGET parameter - without a penalty?"

PDFAn Introduction to Docker pt3

Published: 03.03.2017 - This document is restricted to members

Oracle Scene - Issue 62

Welcome to the final part of the series I committed to write on Docker, a series I’ve now realised could have continually kept on growing! Between submitting the last article for review and waiting for it to be published I watched Docker evolve through a major release and release production versions for Mac and Windows.

PDFMore Real World Tips and Tricks

Published: 30.01.2017 - This document is restricted to members

The presentation would cover a series of useful hints and examples discovered/borrowed while supporting a large and complex database estate. It will cover a variety of topics so there should be something for everyone. The hope is that this session will give you something you can immediately go back to your systems and make use of.

UKOUG Database SIG - 25th January 2017

PDFPluggable Databases - What they will break and why you should use them anyway!

Published: 30.01.2017 - This document is restricted to members

The multitenant architecture was "the" headline feature announced in Oracle Database 12c. On the surface pluggable databases sounds great, but are they really? This presentation will explain the parts of your systems that will break if you move to pluggable databases, but why you should probably use them anyway.

UKOUG Database SIG - 25th January 2017

PDFIndexing & New Technology

Published: 04.01.2017 - This document is restricted to members

Oracle Scene - Issue 62

Over the last 8 years there have been many dramatic changes to the technology underpinning the Oracle RDBMS. We have Exadata systems, in-memory columnar storage, container database, and the move to Cloud computing. The changes in software apply not only to the storage mechanisms but also to the optimizer features available.

Despite all the change, though, there’s still the common hope that we can make the most cost-effective use of the technologies we’ve licensed and, for critical systems, that still means understanding how to create the best indexing strategies.

PDFPerformance For All Editions on ODA X6-2S/M

Published: 04.01.2017 - This document is restricted to members

Oracle Scene - Issue 62

The Oracle Database Appliance is not new. The idea comes from early 2002 with the 'Row Iron' plan: an appliance with Sun server and Oracle Database. The idea was resurrected in 2011 with ODA V1 and has evolved through capacity and flexibility to X3-2, X4-2 and X5-2. This year the new one, X6-2 has been announced with some major changes:
• Multiple models: X6-2S, X6-2M and the previous X5 is renamed 'HA'.
• Single server models (2S and 2M) whereas previous ODAs were all 2-nodes clusters
• Ability to run Standard Edition (previous models were only for Enterprise Edition)
This article describes the 'Small' and 'Medium' models that are out at the time of writing. A 'Large' one will extend the range of those ODA 'Lite' soon.

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