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Join Kyle Hailey (Oracle ACE, OakTable) from Delphix and James Murtagh from Red Gate on Monday Sept. 22nd for a DevOps round table discussion. The session will revolve around: setting up and maintaining development environments; replicating production conditions; and the challenges of managing, sharing, and deploying changes. Further talking points will include: spinning up virtual databases quickly and cheaply; and managing team… Continue Reading →

Application Development, Database Administration, Database Development

Download your free copy of TortoiseSVN and Subversion Cookbook – Oracle Edition and use the recipes to work better, faster, and do things you never knew you could do with SVN. If you’re new to source control, this book provides a concise guide to getting the most out of Subversion. Both TortoiseSVN and Subversion have very good reference books available… Continue Reading →

Application Development, Database Administration, Database Development, eBook

 Weds July 31st, 2013 Watch video To many people who build and run software, “performance” is a side-effect, an afterthought of designing and building “proper” features like buttons that book orders and reports that explain profitability. But great performance at scale doesn’t happen by accident. The first step to great performance is to remember what performance is: it is the… Continue Reading →

Application Development, Database Development, Performance Tuning, Webinar

The first time you consider it, it may seem a strange idea to put a database into source control but, on reflection, it makes sense. The reason to do so is the same reason that you put anything else in source control: to be able to revert to previous releases with minimal effort. Imagine that, after you release version 1.0… Continue Reading →

All Things Oracle Full Articles, Application Development, Database Administration, Database Development, eBook

Database replay was introduced in Oracle 11g R1, and it allows you to capture workloads on a Production system and replay them in your Development or test environments while maintaining the unique characteristics of the workload. This enables the user to test a variety of system changes such as hardware/software migration, operating system/ database upgrade, patches, database config changes etc…. Continue Reading →

All Things Oracle Full Articles, Application Development, Database Administration, Database Development, Oracle Database, Troubleshooting

Watch video Continuous integration is not just for application developers. Database code is still code, so the considerable benefits of continuous integration are also available to Oracle database developers. All you need are the right tools. This session will look at how to setup continuous integration using Jenkins and Red Gate’s Deployment Suite for Oracle tools. A live Q&A session… Continue Reading →

Application Development, Database Administration, Database Development, Oracle Database, Webinar

Watch video End-to-end metrics bridge the gap between the developer and the DBA, the Developer and Oracle, and the DBA and the application. Most applications today are n-tiers using a connection pool on the application tier, which makes them very hard to trace. With a little bit of collaboration between developers and DBAs, tracing can be turned on very easily… Continue Reading →

Application Development, Database Administration, Database Development, Troubleshooting, Webinar

The below content is based on a David Peake‘s presentation at OOW 2012 and APEX World 2013. As the Oracle Database 12c is not out yet at the time of writing, note that things might be different in the final product. The Oracle Database 12c is a major release in Oracle history, as it contains a complete redesign of the underlying architecture. Two… Continue Reading →

12c, APEX, Database Development

Prerequisites A local database, for development SQL Developer version 3.2.20.09.87 or higher (Download) Wallet Manager Getting started To get started, we first need an account on the Oracle cloud. So go to Oracle Cloud, login with your OTN account and request a trial period. You will need to enter a credit card for verification, but it will not get charged… Continue Reading →

All Things Oracle Full Articles, APEX, Application Development, Oracle Cloud, Oracle Database, PL/SQL

Console Wrapper 1.0.4 is officially out. You can download it from the project page: https://code.google.com/p/js-console-wrapper/ The only change for this release was to resolve an IE 9/10 issue which I previous blogged about. If you’re using any of the ClariFit plugins you may want to update the $console_wrapper.js file that’s included with each plugin. I’ll be sure to include the update file for each of… Continue Reading →

Application Development