Database 12.2 New Features – Controlling an Oracle VM with Clusterware!
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Erik Benner | Released: October 9, 2017, 2:47 pm
DevOps automation is often associated only with tools that work with Virtual Machines at the hypervisor or operating system level.
A Master (Class) Discussion with Andy Rivenes
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Socious Support | Released: September 4, 2017, 5:05 pm
September 13 will be a day of learning around Oracle Database 12cR2. Join experts for the Oracle Master Class, which will focus on two of the most compelling features - Multitenancy and Database In-Memory (DBIM) - with plenty of discussion around other pertinent features.
Improving Performance with 12C In-Memory Option
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Fong Zhuang, 25769 | Released: July 17, 2017, 2:06 pm
Before Oracle introduced dual format memory architecture, it was very challenging to find the best approach to accelerate the performance of OLAP and OLTP in the same database. We witnessed two types of DBMS in the market, columnar oriented and row-major oriented.
Optimize Oracle Database Storage with Storage Tiering
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Kai Yu | Released: June 6, 2017, 9:21 am
IT organizations face huge challenges with data management performance, capacity and cost due to exponential growth of data. To provide more cost effective storage solution, Solid State Disk (SSD)-based storage can be combined with traditional HDD-based storage to form a tiered solution.
The Best Oracle 12c R1 & R2 New Features – Part 1
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Rich Niemiec | Released: May 26, 2017, 8:49 am
This is part one of an article series focused on new Oracle 12c R1 and R2 new features and will cover upgrade paths, INMEMORY_SIZE, In-Memory Column store, 12cR2 advancements with Approximate Query, Multiple Indexes on the same Column, In-Memory Virtual Columns in 12cR2 and more.