In case you haven’t heard about Oracle Database Developer Choice Awards already-this is the time to vote for the chosen finalists of various technology categories. These finalists are selected by a panel of Oracle ACE community members among the following 5 categories.
Steven Feuerstein has written about these awards here and also has published the list of the finalists.
So if you haven’t voted (more...)
Yeah, it’s indeed true and official. So if you still haven’t started reading and learning Multitenant architecture introduced in 220.127.116.11 and enhanced in 18.104.22.168, it’s high time that you start doing it. Not because that it’s new but because the old architecture you are familiar with, it’s officially on the verge of extinction.
So it’s the first blog post of 2015 and what better can be than this that you can start 2015 with buying any e-book or video from https://www.packtpub.com/" in just $5 till 6th January 2015! I believe this is a great chance to grab your favorite book(s) or video(s) at a really really good price! And if you are undecided about which book to start from, how about from my 12c Backup (more...)
I come from North India region of India. Though this part of India is considered to the richest, both in terms of wealth and culture, one thing that it lacks really badly is the awareness about what’s going in the IT world currently! There are just so many colleges and universities but the number of IT companies, doing serious IT work can be counted on fingers of one hand itself. In such situation, awareness about (more...)
If you have done any play with the latest release of Oracle database 12c, you must have come across the concept of Common and Local users. I won’t rewrite what’s already there in the docs but for setting the context of the post, a Common user must be created with a prefix added to the username-C##. Miss that and you won’t be able to create one while being connected to the Container database. On (more...)
Seems like it’s going to be a week of new releases only. Last night only, I downloaded and installed Oracle database 12c patchset(12102) and today, Oracle Linux’s latest release OL7 is released. The download is available from E-Delivery portal and mine is going on. I don’t think it would take long before 12c would be certified for Oracle Linux 7 but I would do the installation of both, database and Linux, as soon as my (more...)
Just checked Tim’s latest post and guess what, Oracle database 12c’s latest release, 22.214.171.124 is available now for download. It is available as an OTN download as well as from E-Delivery. Seems like that there is no documentation update available yet as the New Features guide still doesn’t have 126.96.36.199 included in it. But I am sure that it’s coming soon!
So grab your copy now and happy downloads :=).
Yes, that’s correct! Packt Publications is celebrating 10 years of effective learning and information services to IT professionals. To make us part of this celebration, the good guys are offering all eBooks and Videos at just $10 each until July 5th. So this would be a really good chance to get any e-book or Video of your choice in such a good price. Sounds good? Well follow this link then,http://goo.gl/Dnn5RP.
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Oracle technologies is like an ocean and with the introduction to more and more features, it’s becoming hard for almost all to match the pace. Surely one can attend a course (or several courses) to learn about a new technology or to furnish his skills on an existing one but at times, even that is not enough. For example, it’s tough to keep a control on the quality of the training as one would only (more...)
Just a quick shout-out , in case you haven’t heard about the news before, Enterprise Manager is now available with its 4th release now. You can download it from OTN along with the documentation. Additionally, you can watch and learn about the latest features from the EM’s YouTube Channel and also from OLL’s YouTube Channel. Tim Hall’s installation articles for the same are just too good to be missed. Last but certainly not the least, (more...)