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Oracle Compute Cloud Service (IaaS) New Features

The latest versions of Oracle’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) compute Cloud Service have added a slew of features and functionality that keep improving the capabilities and the performance of the service. The most notable additions of the latest releases were: High I/O shapes featuring NVMe SSD disks (February 2017) It is now possible to

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ODA X6-2 Small / Medium: Important New Tools in Our Solution Architecture Toolbox

We at Cintra have been fans of the Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) platform since it was released in late 2011, seeing it as a great fit for some common use cases among our customers, namely: Modernization, Upgrades and Cloud Roadmaps Customers looking to refresh, upgrade and adopt a modern platform Customers looking to adopt a

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Oracle 12c: Real-Time Database Operation Monitoring

In the latest release of Database 12c, Oracle has come up with another brilliant feature for performance monitoring: Real-Time Database Operation Monitoring. Real time SQL monitoring was introduced in 11g and helped with monitoring SQL query performance in real time. However, only individual SQL statements could be monitored in 11g. Now, imagine there is a batch

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Oracle Database Appliance X5-2: Providing 64TB of usable storage on 8TB drives at no additional cost

If you’re not familiar with the Oracle Database Appliance (aka the “ODA”) then you need to be; the ODA is the most successful Oracle Engineered Systems platform in terms the number of units deployed globally. The ODA is now in it’s fourth incarnation and as of October 2015 Oracle announces support for 8TB high capacity

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Oracle GoldenGate 12c: Integrated Configurations

Setting up a GoldenGate environment entails making several decisions on how to structure the environment. Choices like trail file location, naming conventions for processes, etc. are usually pretty simple. With the release of 12c, there is a decision that merits very close attention: whether to use an INTEGRATED configuration or a CLASSIC one. The INTEGRATED

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The Oracle Optimizer: Mode Considerations

Oracle’s Cost-Based Optimizer has been with us now for a long time. Choosing the right mode setting can improve the average performance of your database queries and is often overlooked. The Optimizer tries to determine the best execution plan for a database query based on many factors including table statistics, query predicates, joins, indexes, partitions

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Private Cloud Design: Pick the Right Brick

I guess many of you still remember good old times when your company had about three core applications, users were less than twenty, the client layer was installed on a few workstations and all this was fitting perfectly on 2 single instance databases. And then, the company grows, business gets diversified, and suddenly IT becomes

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Tales from Oracle OpenWorld 2015: Day 2 (Monday)

Oracle OpenWorld kicked off in earnest today, with over 65,000 people descending on the Moscone Center for their dose of Oracle knowledge! If you couldn’t make it in person, here are the Cintra team’s hottest topics of the day: Monday Morning Keynote: This morning’s keynote was largely in line with Larry Ellison’s presentation the previous

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