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The Oaktable

Oracle 19c Automatic Indexing: Data Skew Fixed By Baselines Part I (The Prettiest Star))

In my previous few blog posts, I’ve been discussing some issues in relation to how Automatic Indexes handle SQL statements that accesses skewed data. In this post, I’m going to setup the scenario in which Automatic Indexing can potentially use Baselines to help address some of these issu

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In a previous post I mentioned my first steps with Packer by HashiCorp. This is a brief update to that post. https://oracle-base.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Packer-300x120.png 300w" sizes="(max-width: 584px) 85vw, 584px" /> I’ve created a new box called “oracle-7” for Or Lees meer
Exasol leads the categories Performance, Platform Reliability and Support Quality for Analytical Database products. And we get a 100% recommendation score from the 782 customers in the survey. read more Lees meer
WordPress is home to millions of sites across countless topics. It’s a big and beautiful world, and we want to make it easier for you to discover new voices. Over the past few months, the mobile team has been working hard to improve the experience of your WordPress Reader on the mobile app. In Lees meer
Following the massive Australian bushfires earlier this year, I was motivated to act within my role as a data scientist at Automattic to help fight anthropogenic climate change. Together with colleagues from across the company, we formed an employee resource group focused on sustainability. We are p Lees meer

Oracle-Base

Multitenant : Dynamic CPU Scaling - Resource Manager Control of CPU using CPU_COUNT and CPU_MIN_COUNT

Resource Manager can control CPU usage in PDBs using the CPU_COUNT and CPU_MIN_COUNT parameters. Oracle call this Dynamic CPU Scaling.

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This article gives an overview of the integration of Simple Oracle Document Access (SODA) in SQLcl. Lees meer
This article provides a run through of creating a new Autonomous JSON Database (AJD) service on the Oracle Cloud. Lees meer
Oracle database 19c introduced real-time statistics to reduce the chances that stale statistics will adversely affect optimizer decisions when generating execution plans. Lees meer
A discussion of how to manage changes to scripts over time with Liquibase. Lees meer

Blogs Oracle.com

RAC SIG Webcast: Oracle Database 12c Release 2 Rapid Home Provisioning and Maintenance

Please join me and the RAC SIG on Wednesday May 17th at 9:00 am PT for a discussion of Rapid Home Provisioning and Maintenance with Oracle Database 12.2.  We'll cover the full feature set available with the 12.2 release and see how it can help you meet today's requirements for maintaining a lar

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Companies have been using workflow and content management for many, many years. In IT we got used to the term Business Process Management (BPM) whenever we spoke of automated process execution. Not so strange since the term BPM was adopted by all the major software vendors and has received a Lees meer
Companies have been using workflow and content management for many, many years. In IT we got used to the term Business Process Management (BPM) whenever we spoke of automated process execution. Not so strange since the term BPM was adopted by all the major software vendors and has received a Lees meer
This is the first of a two-part blog series. It leverages the Oracle Cloud platform (in concert with some widely used open source technologies) to demonstrate message based, loosely coupled and asynchronous interaction between microservices with the help of a sample application (scroll do Lees meer
Performance is a critical aspect of mobile app development and the embedded platform web view is a significant contributing factor to the performance of any hybrid mobile app. Since late 2015, hybrid app developers targeting iOS have been able to include the Apache Cor Lees meer

Amis technology blog

Quickly get going with Kotlin on Windows–using VS Code as IDE

Kotlin has been on my mind. The back of my mind, but still. And apart from a very short workshop last year at Devoxx I have not really tried it out. VS Code is my preferred IDE nowadays. So I wanted to get going with Kotlin in VS Code. Of […] The post Quickly get going with Kotlin on Windows&

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Kubernetes is a popular platform to run and manage containerized applications. A CI/CD solution is often needed but not always provided. You might need to set this up for yourself. In this blog post I’ll provide a minimal end-to-end solution for Java applications. This starts with a commit in Lees meer
My colleague pointed the open source code-server project to me. This project allows you to run Visual Studio Code just anywhere – and to develop on any device. He already had it running – showing off his code development skills on a mobile phone. Of course I had to try […] The pos Lees meer
In this article a brief overview of my steps to set up an environment on my Windows 10 laptop for doing Java programming. If you follow these steps, you should be up and running with coding, building, testing and packaging Java applications on your laptop in some 20 minutes. The […] The post Lees meer
In this article, you can read more about a Quarkus code guide I tried out, related to the following topic: Packaging the native executable in a container In a next article, you can read more about another Quarkus code guide I tried out, related to the following topic: The ability […] The post Lees meer

Tanel Poder

Hacking Session: 7 Levels of Hint Invalidity in Oracle SQL

As I promised in the end of the last hacking session (about Oracle SQL Monitoring, I will run another one on 2. June 2020. This one will be a deep dive into Oracle hint usage and various scenarios of hint (in)validity. I have too much material in my full-week Advanced Oracle SQL Tuning training, so

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Update: I have uploaded the videos of this hacking session to YouTube. I will run another hacking session that has been in my mind for a while. It will be a pretty narrow deep-dive into one of the SQL Monitoring report’s columns that is not well explained: Oracle SQL Monitoring - Understanding Lees meer
Update: I have added an interview with Jonathan Lewis to YouTube too. We talk a bit about the last 10 years and Jonathan describes what he’ll be talking about in his virtual conference talk:  I will add a few more videos in the coming days. The conference interview playlist URL is here. Lees meer
When talking about Oracle background processes, there’s a term/qualifier “fatal” background process. This means that when one of these background processes crashes, then whoever detects the process disappearance (PMON or LGWR or CLMN possibly), will shut down the instance as it can Lees meer
The current state of affairs in the entire world have radically changed since last month when we announced the next Oracle SQL Optimization event in the virtual conference series. We’ve been keeping an eye on the trajectory of the developments and decided to make some changes too. So, here&rsq Lees meer

All things Oracle

What is Oracle ASM to Azure IaaS?

Kellyn Pot'Vin-Gorman explains Oracle Automatic Storage Management and why it’s impossible to do a comparison to Azure IaaS.… The post What is Oracle ASM to Azure IaaS? appeared first on Simple Talk.

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Learning programming logic and syntax is just the beginning. In this article, David Njoku talks about how to debug and troubleshoot errors as a new developer.… The post Oracle for Absolute Beginners: Problem-Solving as a New Developer appeared first on Simple Talk. Lees meer
Security is, or at least should be, the priority for any IT system. In this article, Cynthia Dzikiti discusses the security aspects of ERP systems and some of the techniques used to protect data.… The post Security Considerations for ERP Applications appeared first on Simple Talk. Lees meer
There is often more than one way to write a query that returns the same results, but some methods may perform better than others. In this article, Ben Brumm discusses ten best practice when writing SQL code for Oracle. … The post 10 Best Practices for Writing Oracle SQL appeared first on Simp Lees meer
This article was originally published on mikesmithers.wordpress.com. “You can’t have your cake and eat it!” This seems to be a regular refrain from the EU in the ongoing Brexit negotiations. They also seem to be a bit intolerant of “cherry picking”. I’ve neve Lees meer