Even though sailing isn’t my thing, it was impossible to avoid getting swept up by last week’s boat race. Possibly lost in all the drama is the amount of technology these boats and race teams use to help them win.
In the midst of preparing for Oracle OpenWorld, I have spent couple hours building a micro app for our marketing team to keep attendees up-to-date with the latest OOW news and announcements. You may head up to http://oow2013.appspot.com to start using it if you have Glass.
Be aware and act accordingly 8-), that, if you need some brain food, that there is a chance to might want to register for the OakTable World mini conference during Oracle OpenWorld. Agenda and Registration can be done via the following link: OakTable World
It was a long journey of hard work and team work that now has finished, as a result you will find my book Oracle Database 12c Backup and Recovery Survival Guide that I wrote with the help of my good friend Aman Sharma. I would also take this opportunity to (more...)
Some time ago I made a benchmark exercise to compare the performance of an Oracle Database running in a bare metal environment versus a virtualized environment to clear some of the main questions our team and clients in Revera have, such as: Does an Oracle Database performs well on a (more...)
Afgelopen dinsdag is Oracle Database 12c beschikbaar gekomen, de nieuwste generatie van de Oracle database. AMIS biedt Oracle professionals de eerste mogelijkheid om de vernieuwingen in Oracle Database 12c in actie te zien. Op maandag 15 juli organiseert AMIS het gratis seminar “Oracle database 12c revealed”. De AMIS specialisten die (more...)
Fusion Applications is out there, that is a fact. ERP customers are starting to look more and more at Fusion Applications as a serious replacement or a coexistence with there current ERP systems and we have to answer to that
On this scenario we will talk about how to implement HA (High Availability) for OVM 3.1 between a Primary Site (Production) and a Secondary Site (DR) located at 800 km away. On this post we will only talk about the storage replication part and how to make it work (more...)
An interesting question was posed on the Oracle-L list a while back; a member was having difficulty getting a constraint created using an existing non-unique index as Oracle would consistently consume all of the TEMP space and cause the process to terminate for lack of resources. The conventional wisdom was (more...)