Posts Categorized: Oracle
When I first heard about Oracle Database Appliance and what it does, I got really excited — I saw great potential in this product. When we got our hands dirty and started testing the appliance, I become confident that this product will be a hit. This article is targeted at system architects and managers to explain what they get, and don’t get, with Oracle Database Appliances.
Pythian is happy to announce the achievement of three new Oracle PartnerNetwork Specializations, bringing the total to seven under our Platinum level membership of the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) program. The new specializations are: Oracle Exadata, Oracle Data Warehousing, and Oracle GoldenGate.
I was in Melbourne presenting two of my papers for Australian Oracle User Group Victorian members. I received a very warm welcome in that beautiful city. it was my pleasure to meet several Oracle DBAs and present for AUSOUG members. 25 people took part in the meeting! I should say that it was one of the best audiences I have presented for over the last few months! I received several good questions and we have a very good follow up discussion.
Weather is changing and so is the technology. They both never remain the same. There are lots of variations in both of them. Technological storms and innovative rains are making the blogging grounds more fertile, and this Log Buffer Edition is also sprinkling some seeds in Log Buffer #238.
Isn’t that that time of the year again? Yes, it is — it’s time for our annual Oracle Bloggers Meetup and of course Oracle is piggybacking OpenWorld with the meetup again! ;)
Oracle users across the globe keep searching for easier ways to accomplish time consuming tasks, or keep searching for the solutions of errors and issues and then often land on valuable blog posts. In quest for this Log Buffer Edition, we also landed upon some chic blog posts across database technologies and hence this Log Buffer #237.
Before I left on vacation, Mark Fontecchio organized a short video conference between myself and John Appleby. The idea was to compare Oracle Exadata with SAP HANA in a shot video discussion. Unfortunately, video part didn’t really work but we did end up with at least a podcast — Here it is.
In this post I explain how you can install both Oracle VM Server 3 and Oracle VM Manager 3 allocating to both components just 1GB of RAM on the same logical server (Dom0).
Don’t restrict your database blogging diet to just your blog reader or to your casual surfing on the net. Scour the brave bold world of database blogs from end to end. Huh? difficult? That is why we have brought you another Log Buffer Edition. Covering Oracle technologies to the SQL Server forays before culminating at the adventures in MySQL, here is the Log Buffer #236 for your eyes.
When I found out that NoCOUG had accepted my abstract, “Oracle 11g: Learning to Love the ADR”, I was both ecstatic and terrified. This meant that I actually had to prepare the presentation and speak in front of peers. Surely they would throw me into San Francisco Bay if I didn’t bring my A-game, so I set out to do just that.