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    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.

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    Feature | 12c | best practices | Oracle Database 12c | Oracle Database In Memory | rich niemiec

    Oracle Open World 2014 - Rich Niemiec on Performance Tuning for 12c
    Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Hannah Jaracz | Released: January 21, 2015, 1:08 pm

    This presentation will look at which 12c tuning features should be investigated for use. Many of the tuning features that will be covered will be related to the DBA, but there will also be a few outside that realm that focus on the developer. There will be simple examples (such as a quick example

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    Website | #12c | #DB12c | #IOUGenius | 12c | Performance Tuning | rich niemiec

    You Don't Have to Be the Boy in the Bubble
    Blog: IOUG Blog | Posted By: John Matelski | Released: March 16, 2013, 2:25 pm

    This post appeared originally on SearchOracle.com as ''IOUG celebrates 20th anniversary."

    In his 1986 song "The Boy in the Bubble," Paul Simon sings that "every generation throws a hero up the pop charts." In other words, while everyone thinks their situation is unique, the truth is that the names

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    Why the “Study Group” Approach to Data Warehousing Challenges Makes More Sense Than Ever
    Blog: IOUG Blog | Posted By: John Matelski | Released: March 16, 2013, 1:54 pm

    One of the most common learning strategies/survival mechanisms for law school, medical school, data science and other students working on advanced degrees in complex subjects is the study group. Rather than trying to comprehend all the nuances  of abstract concepts and memorize volumes of facts on t



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