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    Planning for Successful Cloud Data Migrations
    By Mark Van de Wiel, CTO, HVR, an IOUG partner

    This post provides a set of best practices to facilitate cloud migrations with minimal downtime and minimal risk, irrespective of the type of cloud service you plan to adopt, focusing on the application data that has to be migrated. Generally, databases store application data and change continuously. Application servers, interfacing with the database, can be migrated more easily using a lift and shift approach because they don’t store the data.



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    New Features to Reduce and Optimize vCPUs on Amazon RDS for Oracle Database
    From Amazon Web Services, an IOUG Partner | Summary by Kristin Fields, SELECT Editor

    In an age where increased productivity is the gold standard, DBAs continuously seek new ways to become more efficient in their daily work. Amazon Web Services (AWS), an IOUG partner, recognizes this need and recently announced two new features to reduce and optimize vCPUs on the Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for Oracle Database.



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    Another of Oracle's Key Focus Areas — Security
    By Simon Pane | Edited by April Sims

    From Oracle OpenWorld 2017 and subsequent Oracle announcements, it’s clear that Oracle currently has two key focus areas or messages: the Autonomous Cloud Database starting with the Autonomous Cloud Data Warehouse; and security. There is plenty of attention on the first item as it is new and revolutionary in many ways. But the second area also deserves emphasis, as it is ubiquitous to databases.


    In-depth, peer-reviewed articles from recognized authorities in Oracle technology.


    Notes from the editor, along with regular columns, like DBA-201, Middleware, Data Evolution, and more


    Unique insights from the IOUG community.


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