Oracle 18c: “Oracle 18c and its impact on DBAs”

This article was written by Skant Gupta and Joel Perez in Oracle OTN. If you want to be updated with all our articles send us the Invitation or Follow us: Joel Perez’s LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/SirDBaaSJoelPerez Skant Gupta’s LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/skantali/ or Join our LinkedIn group: Oracle Cloud DBaaS   “DBAs will be fired.. ? It’s the end of DBAs because of the […]

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Exadata x7-2 with Cell Storage 18c

Continuing to raise the bar for enterprise-class database platforms, today Oracle announced the next-generation Oracle Exadata X7 with significant hardware and software enhancements in overall performance, storage capacity, network bandwidth, and automation. Exadata x7-2 delivers extreme performance and reliability to run the largest, most business-critical database workloads. Oracle Exadata is an Engineered System designed to be the […]

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Naming Convention for Oracle 18c

Below is the schedule and pertinent support information for currently released Oracle Database base releases and patch sets. A patch set is only added once it is released on the base platform, so no future patch sets are shown. The table below represents the most accurate information Oracle can provide, and is updated frequently. Unless […]

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Oracle 18c – Future Database

In today’s post, we are going to have a look on the latest and future database’s introduction. As Mr. Larry Ellison has been announced in OOW17 about the future database that is a huge change in the world of Oracle technology. In the world of automation, we have seen huge changes from basic daily life to professional life. […]

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How to Fail Over and Reinstate Oracle Database on Oracle Cloud

In this article, we will show you how to fail over and reinstate Oracle Database in the Oracle Cloud. This article is written by Skant Gupta and Joel Pérez in Oracle OTN. Note: To use the procedure presented in this article, you need two Oracle Cloud database instances. Also, the procedure presented was performed on Oracle Database […]

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Introduction to Oracle AWR

I must thank my fellow DBA Franky Weber Faust for his publication in his blog. Today let’s talk a little about a fantastic feature we have in Oracle Database that helps us in performance analysis: the AWR. What is AWR? AWR stands for Automatic Workload Repository, ie it is a repository of information about the […]

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