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Oracle 12c Multitenant Option – A Database Architect’s Perspective

The Future Do you wonder what the future holds for the principal Oracle Database platform in terms of its RDBMS Architecture? The Oracle Multitenant Architecture is the platform for the future. Putting this plainly, the current Non-Multitenant Architecture (aka Legacy Architecture), will ultimately be de-supported so, if you’re serious as an Oracle DBA, you had

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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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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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Oracle 12c Multi-Tenancy: Changing the Way We Think About Database Design

Oracle Database 12c’s multitenancy option represents a significant change in the traditional database architecture. For those not familiar with the multitenancy feature, it can be summarized as a single Oracle instance (known as a “Container Database” or CDB), with multiple databases (known as “Pluggable Databases” or PDBs) using the processes and memory structures of that

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