IOUG Blogging Guidelines
Interested in becoming a blogger for IOUG? Included in the document below is a set of guidelines, best practices and policies for representing the IOUG as a blogger.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns with the guidelines and process outlined below, please direct them to the IOUG Social Media Marketing Coordinator.
Thanks, and looking forward to your help!
- The IOUG Team
How to Blog For IOUG (Word Document)
A DBA’s Journey to APEX, Part 4: Leveraging #SmartDB and Production Deployment
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: James Czuprynski | Released: April 23, 2019, 11:15 pm
This article – the fourth and final in this series – shows how to take advantage of APEX 18.2’s social log in capabilities for improved user security. It also discusses how to leverage #SmartDB concepts to isolate SQL statements where they best belong: inside the database itself.
Use Cases for Virtualizing Your Exadata Database Machine
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Umair Mansoob | Released: April 16, 2019, 9:06 am
Virtualizing an Exadata Machine has become an important deployment decision for many Exadata customers and most of them like to explore or discuss virtualization to see what benefits exist. Keeping that in mind, what follows are use cases where it makes sense to virtualize an Exadata Machine.
Guide to Modify Pluggable CDB Name, PDB Name, and DBID in Oracle 18c Multitenant Architecture
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Emad Al-Mousa | Released: April 3, 2019, 11:35 pm
In this article, Emad Al-Mousa provides detailed steps for three different changes that can be implemented in a multitenant architecture CDB environment: Changing PDB name; Changing CDB name; Changing Oracle DBID for all PDBs.
Machine Learning Demystified
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Michelle Hardwick | Released: March 29, 2019, 8:34 am
Machine learning is a hot topic, but not many people know much about it. In her COLLABORATE session, "Machine Learning Demystified," Michelle Hardwick will bridge that knowledge gap and help DBAs approach machine learning.
IOUG and Quest: Better Together
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Kristin Fields | Released: March 25, 2019, 1:20 pm
What the IOUG/Quest combination means for SELECT.