The Cellmemory Stats in RDBMS
The RDBMS stats for Cellmemory are designed to closely follow the pattern used by the Inmemory stats
Each column in each one MB of disk blocks will be rewritten into one IMC format Column CU in flash and a set of Column CUs comprise an overall Compression Unit so these stats reflect the number of 1 MB rewrites that were processed (not the number of column CUs).
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Chandan Ghosh describes McGraw Hills' journey to the cloud and why Oracle's Integrated Cloud platform with high performance, massive scalability, and reduced costs, was the best option for moving their entire IT footprint to the Oracle Cloud.
McGraw Hill has been experiencing rapid grow in their digital educational subscriptions and needed a way to speed up their delivery model. Find out how they were able to set up environments in only a few hours versus (more...)
A recent OTN posting asked how the optimizer dealt with “like” predicates for character types quoting the DDL and a query that I had published some time ago in a presentation I had done with Kyle Hailey. I thought that I had already given a detailed answer somewhere on my blog (or even in the presentation) but found that I couldn’t track down the necessary working, so here’s a repeat of the question and a (more...)
If you enter the Stock Symbol value for your customer Account records, the Sales Cloud Mobile App will show this and hyperlink it so that it shows details from Yahoo finance. Note that adding the stock symbol value is by default done in the More Details pages (desktop UI) but could be exposed on the simplified pages by customizing the Layout - ensuring this data is completed and the mobile app has this (more...)
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I wrote a post a couple of weeks ago about our roll-out of APEX 5.1.1 to our Dev and Test systems. In that post I said we would probably go live pretty quickly. I intended to write a quick post to say when it happened, then promptly forgot…
Just a quick note to say there were no issues found in our Dev and Test systems, so we quickly moved it out to production. I think it (more...)
Last week we have released Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux Release 3.0, based on upstream Mitaka, you can read about the details of this announcement in our Oracle OpenStack blog.
We have recorded a short "An Introduction to Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux 3" podcast that gives a snapshot of the announcement.
You are also welcomed to watch "Easy Deployment of Oracle Applications and Database with OpenStack" webcast (on demand) that (more...)
The My Oracle Support (MOS) portal has a quarterly release and MOS 17.2 was just released on April 7, 2017. See the following documents for detailed information:
My Oracle Support Resource Center (Doc ID 873313.1)
- What's New: Release Notes, Browser Support, Supported Languages, and My Oracle Support FAQ
- Key Things to Know: Support Tools and Resources, Get Proactive, and How to Work Effectively with Support and Oracle Best Practices
- Test (more...)
Recently, Oracle Vice President of Product Management and Mobile Strategy Suhas Uliyar sat down with Cognizant Sr. Analyst Kevin Benedict for a discussion about everyone's new favorite topic: chatbots! Most likely, you have heard some mention, somewhere, of how chatbots are going to change the way that customers interact with businesses, and that the "app revolution" is about to die off, soon to be replaced by bots that will assert their control (more...)
A little over two weeks ago, I attended my first Customer Advisory Board (CAB) as a product manager for the Oracle GoldenGate platform. It was very interesting being involved in the CAB from an Oracle stand point compared to a customer view point. As part of the CAB, the product management team asked customers what would be helpful in giving themselves and their organizations more insight to Oracle GoldenGate. There were many things that (more...)
A recent posting on OTN raised the question of whether or not the “parallel” hint and the “first_rows(n)” hint were mutually incompatible. This reminded me that from time to time other posters on OTN (copying information from various websites, perhaps) have claimed that “parallel doesn’t work with first rows” or, conversely, “first rows doesn’t work with parallel”. This is one of those funny little myths that is so old that the script I’ve got to (more...)
I participated in one of my favorite Oracle user group events, Collaborate2017,
in Las Vegas NV. The tagline for this
event is “Where Oracle business
application users and decision makers conquer challenges together” which
quite accurately reflects why I enjoy presenting to this community, it allows me to engage with the varied Oracle
user community at large, and witness first-hand the positive energy around
event consisted of 1,250 (more...)
Die Digitalisierung birgt für Unternehmen viele Chancen. Aber haben auch alle Verantwortlichen erkannt, welche Auswirkungen sich im nationalen und internationalen Wettbewerb daraus ergeben? Und wenn ja, bestehen bereits konkrete Pläne für die Einführung oder den Ausbau bedeutsamer Digitalisierungsprojekte? Wie stellen Sie sich strategisch den digitalen Herausforderungen? Wie sieht Ihre Agenda aus?
Auf dem PITSS Innovation Day, am 19.5.2017 in Stuttgart, klärt unser Gold Partner PITSS diese und viele weitere zentrale (more...)
The use-case for this is where a user requires short-term access to the system but should not be able to actually create or change data. Examples might be as-yet-untrained new hires, auditors checking data, and help-desk staff doing restricted troubleshooting.
This feature is certainly NOT an alternative to the proper custom security implementation. As shown below the long-term solution is to use the Security Console to create a dedicated view-only Job (or Duty) Role with (more...)
I have worked with Oracle databases for around 25 years now and during that time I have been very fortunate in that there has always been work for DBAs and it has been one of the higher paying disciplines within IT.
I am not prophesying the end of the Oracle database engine but I do see the writing on the wall for some of the large corporate solutions sitting on physical equipment in a datacentre. (more...)