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    Using ZFS Storage Application with Exadata: A Match Made in Heaven

    By Umair Manssob | Editor Jim Czuprynski

    Many Exadata customer faces a common dilemma when it comes to additional storage options for their Exadata environments, especially for backup and recovery of their large databases. Customers would love to have a cost effective storage option that can be used not only for backups but also add in database administration work. They have option to use to local Exadata storage but if you have multiple Exadata Machine hosting Tera Bytes of databases it can be an expensive solution and waste of valuable storage.



    IOUG: 25 Years, One Unified Voice

    By Mike Carrozzo 

    The year was 1993. Intel introduced the world to its Pentium Processor and Microsoft just released Windows NT 3.1. Web browsing became popular for the general public through a little product named Mosaic, and gamers worldwide got their first glimpse of a game that would change their lives named ‘Doom’.

    This was also the year in which Oracle was busy re-writing all of its applications to run in client/server mode. This was in response to more businesses adopting this model for mission-critical applications. For Oracle, it was a path that began with the release of Oracle Financials for OS/2 just three years prior.



    COLLABORATE 18 Session: Oracle 18c New Features For Developers & DBAs

    By John King | Edited by Michelle Malcher 

    Oracle 18c became available on Oracle Cloud and Engineered systems in February 2018 and for DBaaS in March 2018. Though not yet available on-premise; the release cycle has begun.

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