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In the previous instalment of this series I introduced three ways of accessing the run-time statistics for a query and described, for one of the methods, the basics of the information we can get and how we can use it. In this article I want to expand on the use of one method to show it can help use identify… Continue Reading →

All Things Oracle Full Articles, Database Administration, Database Development

Friday January 23, 2015, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM CST Register Featured Presenter: Martin Bach Fill the Glass Host: Cary Millsap Description: In Fill the Glass episode 2, Cary welcomes Enkitec engineered system specialist Martin Bach. In this action-packed hour, Martin will guide us on a tour of the magnificent collection of Oracle Exadata internal technologies commonly called Smart Scan…. Continue Reading →

Database Administration, Webinar

Wednesday January 28, 2015, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM GMT Register Description: After a short introduction into what the Oracle Exadata Database Machine is, in this one-hour webinar Oracle expert Randolf Geist will look at an analysis of different database query profiles that are based on a real-world customer case, how these different profiles influence the efficiency of Exadata’s “secret sauce”… Continue Reading →

Database Administration, Webinar

The Oracle GoldenGate software package delivers low-impact, real-time data integration and transactional data replication across heterogeneous systems for continuous availability, zero-downtime migration, and business intelligence. Oracle GoldenGate 12c empowers organizations to capture, route, transform, and deliver transactional data between heterogeneous databases in real time with minimal overhead. In 12c, it is now available with new features for all major operating… Continue Reading →

12c, All Things Oracle Full Articles, Database Administration, Database Development

So far in this series we’ve talked about interpreting the shape of an execution plan and understanding the meaning of the predictions that the optimizer has made about cost and cardinality. It’s finally time to see how Oracle gives us execution plans that show us how well the optimizer’s estimates match the actual work done as the query ran. There… Continue Reading →

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Oracle Database 12c has new enhancements and additions to Recovery Manager (RMAN).  The Recovery Manager continues to enhance and extend the reliability, efficiency, and availability of Oracle Database Backup and Recovery. In this article series, I will be explaining the new features and how it will help the Oracle community. See new features covered in Part 1 – Oracle Database… Continue Reading →

12c, All Things Oracle Full Articles, Database Administration, Database Development, Oracle Cloud

The Oracle GoldenGate software package delivers low-impact, real-time data integration and transactional data replication across heterogeneous systems for continuous availability, zero-downtime migration, and business intelligence. Oracle GoldenGate 12c empowers organizations to capture, route, transform, and deliver transactional data between heterogeneous databases in real time with minimal overhead.  In 12c, it is now available with new features for all major operating… Continue Reading →

12c, All Things Oracle Full Articles, Database Administration, Database Development, Oracle Cloud, Oracle Database

Designing an index is not done through “trial and error”. This kind of strategy seems to doom many engineered indexes to imprecision, explosion, and locking issues. Designing a precise index very often tends to be a “kill two birds with one stone” strategy.  In this article I am going to show you how to design a single index with which… Continue Reading →

All Things Oracle Full Articles, Database Administration, Database Development

Oracle Database 12c has new enhancements and additions in Recovery Manager (RMAN).  The Recovery Manager continues to enhance and extend the reliability, efficiency, and availability of Oracle Database Backup and Recovery. In this article series, I will be explaining the new features and how it will help Oracle community. In this article I will cover: SQL Interface Improvements SYSBACKUP Privilege… Continue Reading →

12c, All Things Oracle Full Articles, Database Administration, Oracle Database

Security is in the news again.  It seems there’s no greater click-bait than a story about indecent photos of beautiful young Hollywood actresses stolen from their iPhones. Find a way to rope a cute kitten into the story and the Internet might very well explode. The current theories abounding seem to suggest that the vulnerabilities lay not with Apple, but… Continue Reading →

All Things Oracle Full Articles, Database Administration