BlogsTag: Jim Czuprynski
DBA, Heal Thyself: Five Diseases of IT Organizations and How Oracle DBAs Can Cure Them
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: James Czuprynski | Released: April 26, 2017, 7:01 am
Oracle DBAs possess diagnostic prowess and, thus, add value to their IT organization. They can actively and accurately diagnose depreciatory behavior patterns and less-than-progressive ways of thinking, including Uniquitis, HypoRMANosis, Tengenertia, Toolichondria and Idiomyopia.
Regression Analyzed, Tout de Suite: Leveraging Oracle 12c Database Real Application Testing (RAT) Suite, Part 2
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: James Czuprynski | Released: December 21, 2016, 3:20 pm
In this second and final part of this series, we illustrate how to use the latest features of RAT in Oracle Database 12c to replay the
workloads previously captured to determine if there will be any
significant variance in application performance.
Regression Analyzed, Tout de Suite: Leveraging Oracle 12c Database Real Application Testing (RAT) Suite, Part 1
Blog: SELECT | Posted By: James Czuprynski | Released: December 19, 2016, 4:08 pm
This article — the first in a two-part series — discusses the new features of RAT in 12cR1.It then illustrates how to capture an actual application workload from a pre-12c Oracle Database for eventual replay and analysis against an Oracle 12c Database.
Discover the Latest 12c Updates in SELECT Journal
Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Morgan Sherlock | Released: July 12, 2016, 8:08 am
In the Q1 2015 edition of IOUG's SELECT Journal, Oracle Database expert and IOUG member Jim Czuprynski wrote an article that explored his own experience getting to know the recently released Oracle Database 188.8.131.52.
More In-Memory Magic
Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Morgan Sherlock | Released: February 29, 2016, 9:08 am
More In-Memory Magic
In the last installment of Jim Czuprynski’s series on In-Memory Column Store, he discusses in-memory joins, how in-memory aggregation works with in-memory joins, how the new advanced index compression works and more.