Posts Categorized: Oracle
I’ve attended the Strata conference in NYC last week. Its been many years since I’ve last attended a conference without presenting in it. I decided to attend the conference since it is considered the foremost data science conference. And I was very much interested in what those data scientists are up to. I share some of it here.
With Oracle Open World in the offing, Oracle and MySQL bloggers and professionals are flocking to either San Fransisco or to their blogs to relish this annual medley of technologies under one roof. This Log Buffer Edition covers that and much more in Log Buffer #240.
Many analysts are suggesting that a big data appliance will be announced at this OOW. Based on published Oracle OpenWorld focus sessions on oracle.com (PDF documents), the following technologies will most likely be the key — Hadoop, NoSQL, Hadoop data loader for Oracle, R Language. Want more details — you have to wait for them.
As OOW approaches. I want to re-share some of my trivia/coincidental facts about Oracle with you; some have heard this before.
Integrated and Turnkey solutions are the name of game these days. Solutions based on software, hardware, storage, and networking tightly knitted in one box with the option of customization are shaping the future. Oracle, once again leading the pack has come up with a groundbreaking appliance and blogs are buzzing with it and so is this Log Buffer Edition. ODA and various sizzling news from SQL Server and MySQL are adorning this Log Buffer #239.
Sometimes clients ask us to implement scripts that change objects in their schemes. In order to prevent the situation when these scripts hung just because some, or several, objects are pinned. Here are two simple procedures that can help to check what we will get during our maintenance.
Today was a busy day in the news for Pythian, as Oracle released Oracle Database Appliance. Pythian is now offering fixed-price services to migrate to ODA and support it on an ongoing basis. Small and midsized business can leverage Pythian’s Oracle expertise and take full advantage of the cost and performance advantages of ODA.
I’m an experienced Oracle DBA, I have lots of Linux experience and scores of RAC installations under my belt. I also work for one of the best and more experienced RAC teams in the world. So when a customer asked how long it will take to install 2-node RAC, we answered “2 hours”. It took over 30 hours…
Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) is in many ways similar to an Exadata quarter rack: they both use two similar compute servers in an engineered system configuration, with shared storage and flash storage. But in other ways, especially networking and storage, they differ significantly.
I’ve started putting together some information about the Oracle Database Appliance in question-and-answer form. If you have an unanswered question, ask away in the comment section in this post.