Oracle 12C – In-Memory Option Resources

Hi folks,

Introduced as an Option Oracles In-Memory option will change the world of databasing also like SAP HANA does; Since July the release is out but the search for resources and documentation is  poor;

Here some useful links I found.

Non-Oracle Resources

 

Oracle Documentation

Concepts (found a small passage) ...

 

 

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OTN Article : Oracle Database 12c, O que acontece em um CDB quando um PDB tem ser recuperado


OTN - Oracle Technology Network Latina America continue publish our articles. Our 7th technical article published on OTN in Portuguese Language at 20th August. This article entitled : Oracle Database 12c, O que acontece em um CDB quando um PDB tem ser recuperado written by Joel Perez (Oracle ACED), Mahir M. Quluzade (OCE) and Rodrigo Mufalini (Oracle ACE) .


It is a link of article: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/pt/articles/database-performance/cdb-quando-pdb-tem-ser-recuperado-2270042-ptb.html




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