Tag: Oracle

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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Log Buffer #240, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

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.

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Oracle Database Appliance: Storage Performance — Part 1

In this post, I want to show what kind of IO performance we can get from Oracle Database Appliance (ODA). In this part, I will focus on hard disks. That’s right — those good old brown spinning disks.

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Oracle Big Data Appliance – What’s Cooking?

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.

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Into the Great Wide Oracle OpenWorld …

As OOW approaches. I want to re-share some of my trivia/coincidental facts about Oracle with you; some have heard this before.

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On Your Marks, Get Set …..

This is my first Oracle OpenWorld in a few years. I have not changed (I don’t think), but the show must have grown significantly. With the huge number of acquisitions over the past few years, I am sure I will not recognize some of the solutions mentioned in many presentation billboards as I pass through all the conference venues. For any first time attendees who stumble into this post, my advice as an OOW veteran:

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Log Buffer #239, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

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.

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