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    Planning for Successful Cloud Data Migrations
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Mark Van de Wiel | Released: July 17, 2018, 1:53 pm

    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.

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    New Features to Reduce and Optimize vCPUs on Amazon RDS for Oracle Database
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Kristin Fields | Released: July 9, 2018, 2:05 pm

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

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    Feature | Amazon RDS for Oracle | Amazon Relational Database Service | Oracle Database

    Another of Oracle’s Key Focus Areas – Security
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Simon Pane | Released: June 27, 2018, 2:10 pm

    It’s clear that Oracle currently has two key focus areas: the Autonomous Cloud Database and security. There is plenty of attention on the first item as it is new and revolutionary in many ways, but security also deserves emphasis, as it is ubiquitous to databases.

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    Using ZFS Storage Appliance with Exadata: Match Made in Heaven
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Umair Mansoob | Released: April 20, 2018, 9:05 am

    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.

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    Sharding Database Infrastructure Horizontally - Sharding Oracle – Part III  [Testing Oracle Sharding]
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Nassyam Basha | Released: April 16, 2018, 7:08 am

    We will walk through the remainder of the setup - post the initial deployment. The main purpose of this article is to test and demonstrate that the data is indeed being distributed across the shards.

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    Feature | Nassyam Basha | shard


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