(Kellyn Pot’Vin-Gorman) As the flood gates open up on Oracle for Azure IaaS, working in an efficient manner has become a necessity. We’re building out partners to help, but there are ways to empower our customers and those doing this work to make us all successful- hopefully this post will assist.
(Jeff Smith) I have a PL/SQL program.
(Simon Pane) A common question from Oracle customers is whether they can configure the Oracle Database to use:
(Hemant K Chitale) (I think I’ve covered this with a pre-12c non-PDB example earlier, but this demo is with a 12c PDB)
(Bijan Mottahedeh) This blog post is a brief introduction to the io_uring asynchronous I/O framework available in release 6 of the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK).
(Nenad Noveljic) In the previous blog post I showed how a DML can hold a redo copy latch for a very long time if private strands aren’t used. Since recursive statements during logon bypass private strands, this can cause serious latch wait cascades.
(Franck Pachot) Advocates of NoSQL can query their structures without having to read a data model first. And without writing long table join clauses.
(Atul Kumar) Did you know that with Oracle’s Data Transfer Service you can now copy your data to a hard disk you own? :scream: Data can also be transferred securely and quickly from On-Premise to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Object Storage by using an Oracle supplied Data Transfer Appliance.
(Niall Commiskey) This post again is mainly note for myself – however, others may also find it useful!
(Connor McDonald) I must say this Release Update (RU) was probably the smoothest I’ve ever done. Obviously you should always read the patch notes carefully before proceeding on your own systems, but for me, it was a simple exercise.