12c Partitioning New Features for Data Warehousing
Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Hannah Jaracz | Released: June 9, 2015, 11:22 am
Oracle's latest database release, 12c, included some big improvements for partitioning in a data warehouse environment. The use of partitions in a data warehouse is crucial for acceptable performance when querying large datasets.
This session will investigate the new features in 12c including refer
12c In-Memory – An Optional Feature that is Actually Essential
Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Hannah Jaracz | Released: June 8, 2015, 10:08 am
The In-Memory Option for Oracle Database 12c became available 188.8.131.52 database patchset, opening a world of possibilities as far as performance improvement. For companies with a strong need for improved retrieval and analysis speeds (which is everyone), this could be a huge breakthrough, but what d
Database 12c from IOUG Press
Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Hannah Jaracz | Released: May 21, 2015, 10:08 am
Protecting Oracle Database 12c helps you solve the problem of maximizing the safety, resilience, and security of an Oracle database whilst preserving performance, availability, and integration despite ongoing and new security issues in the software. The book demonstrates, through coded examples, how
DBaaS- Database as a Service in a DBAs World
Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Kellyn Pot'Vin-Gorman | Released: November 10, 2014, 9:17 am
DBaaS, (Database as a Service) is a newer EM12c cloud feature that has many DBAs scratching their heads and wondering what it's all about and how it fits in their changing world as we head to the cloud. DBaaS, especially with Database 12c will have DBAs focus less on building databases, but more on
Upgrading to Oracle Database 12c: How Do I Get There?
Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Eric Siglin | Released: September 2, 2014, 11:13 am
In this presentation and accompanying white paper, we will discuss the various methods to take your database to 12c along with the pros and cons of each. The challenge is to look at your applications, how they use the database and how much down time they can tolerate. We’ll see what tools are availa