Tag: Oracle

Oracle Open World Has Been Just That

After the first day and a half, the show has yet again lived up to all expectations. Oracle has been around for over two decades and this well-oiled machine excels at everything it does … OOW 2011 being a living/breathing example. It all started with the database and everything they have touched since has turned to gold.

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Exadata Smart Flash Cache now Supports Redo Writes

If you’re using the cellmonitor OS user run commands other than a plain cellcli, this may stop working on upgrade. This would happen if custom scripts were built to do additional monitoring that’s not part of cellcli.

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Hadoop and NoSQL Mythbusting

With all the buzz in OOW about the big data machine, there was also a lot of non-sense flying around. I love it that the Oracle community is finally interested in Hadoop and NoSQL, but I hate it when people sound authoritative without having an actual clue. I’ve left a few presentations with smoke coming out of my ears. Here are few things that people got all wrong

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Oracle’s Big Data Machine – Details and Musings

Oracle announced the Big Data Appliance on Monday morning keynote. Many people, me included, were long waiting for this to happen. Others didn’t think it will ever happen. So naturally, there is a lot of buzz and excitement around the new device in Open World. The keynote announcement was very short on details and certainly did not satisfy my technical curiosity. So I went to a few presentations to hear what exactly is included in the offering. Here’s what I found out.

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Oracle Big Data Appliance — Oracle’s Bold Move Into Big Data Space

Oracle Big Data Appliance (BDA) is being announced at the Oracle OpenWorld keynote as I’m posting this. It will take some time for it to be actually available for shipment and some details will likely change but here is what we have so far about Oracle Big Data Appliance.

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Pythian Winner of Oracle North American Titan Award for Oracle Exadata

Live from Oracle OpenWorld Pythian is thrilled to share news of our big win: Oracle North America Titan Award for Oracle Exadata solution that was planned, deployed and is currently managed for online marketing corporation LinkShare in New York.

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OOW11: Exalytics Hits The Stage — In-Memory Analytics

What is Exalytics? It’s a BI appliance machine — it’s like an application middle tier for complete Business Intellegence data warehousing solutions. You put it in front of Exadata and users get all the tools to work with that data – analyze, predict, run reports and etc.

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Pythian Partners with Scalar to Provide Full Suite of Oracle Services

Pythian and Scalar Decisions today announced a formal partnership providing Oracle customers an unparalleled one-stop shop solution provider in Canada. Combined, we can help Oracle customers develop, fulfill, implement, and manage their whole Oracle solution stack.

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How to know if Automatic Memory Management is your Friend?

Common Cause for ORA-4031 in 10gR2, Excess “KGH: NO ACCESS” Memory Allocation [Video] [ID 801787.1] Don’t be misled by the title of the note. I think any Oracle DBA who switch on ASMM should read though this carefully. The note is full of significant technical details. I will leave it to you to read it carefully. In this blog post I would like to share with you the most important takeaway, from my point of view.

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Trends and Data – Notes from Strata NYC 2011

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.

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