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How to (Not) Present – The Evil Threes

<< I Wish All New Presenters Knew This (and it will help you)<<< I’m going to let you into a secret. One of the most commonly taught “sure-fire-wins” to presenting is, in my opinion, a way to almost guarantee that your presentation is boring and dull. Whenever I am i

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Occasionally I have to reboot my Vagrant boxes after kernel updates have been installed as part of an Ansible playbook during the “vagrant up” command execution. I create my own Vagrant base boxes because that’s more convenient for me than pulling them from Vagrant’s cloud. Lees meer
https://oracle-base.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/fedora31-small-3... 300w" sizes="(max-width: 235px) 85vw, 235px" /> Fedora 31 was released a couple of weeks ago and I’ve done some Oracle installations on it. Just a warning to explain why this is a bad idea for anything real. Do not Lees meer
On November 18, 2019 I announced availability of SLOB 2.5.2. It is primarily a small bug fix release but also has an undocumented new feature. I want to say a few words about the feature in this post and will update SLOB with full support (e.g., documentation and slob.conf parameter support) in SLOB Lees meer
We have one set of Manuals for the recent training we held here in York and one from 2018. These can be bought as individual books as follows: This manual is from the York class in October 2019 and can....[Read More] Posted by Pete On 19/11/19 At 03:05 PM Lees meer


Fedora 31 (F31) Installation

This article provides a pictorial guide for performing a basic server installation of Fedora 31 (F31).

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This article describes the installation of Oracle Database 19c 64-bit on Fedora 31 (F31). Lees meer
This article describes the installation of Oracle Database 18c 64-bit on Fedora 31 (F31). Lees meer
This article demonstrates the use of the Tomcat JDBCRealm to control authentication to Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) web services. Lees meer
Autonomous Health Framework (AHF) provides a number of diagnostic tools in a single bundle, making it easy to gather diagnostic information about the Oracle database and clusterware. 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

Ultra fast, ultra small Kubernetes on Linux – K3S beating minikube

The easiest way I knew for running a local Kubernetes cluster was minikube. It installs like a breeze and creates a fresh clean cluster with minimal effort on my part. Sure, it takes a while to get going and uses quite a bit of system resources, but it performs quite a feat. I am quite [...] The pos

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I attended Devoxx Belgium – November 2019. The yearly gathering of over 3000 Java developers (numbers provided by Devoxx website). Maybe not all of them Java and perhaps some not even developers. But by and large … Java and software development are the core themes. This conference has t Lees meer
In a previous article I described how I used ElasticSearch, Filebeat and Kibana, for log aggregation (getting log information available at a centralized location). [https://technology.amis.nl/2019/09/15/using-elastic-stack-filebeat-for-log-aggregation/] In this article I will talk about the installa Lees meer
When you install GraalVM, one of the things you get is a Node runtime environment (GraalVM 19.2.1 is based on Node 10.16.3 – with support for the core Node libraries and un understanding of NPM modules – and has a JavaScript engine that is ECAMScript 2019 compliant). Instead of V8, the u Lees meer
I am running an Ubuntu VM on Virtual Box. A guest running inside a host system. I am getting quite annoyed with Ubuntu locking the screen quite aggressively. Since the host OS probably already runs screensaver and screen lock, I want to switch off the screen lock in the Ubuntu Guest. I searched a li Lees meer

Tanel Poder

My Performance & Troubleshooting scripts (TPT) for Oracle are now in GitHub and open sourced

I have uploaded my TPT-oracle scripts to GitHub and have formally open sourced them under Apache 2.0 license as well. This allows companies to embed this software in their toolsets and processes & distribute them without a worry from legal … Continue reading →Related PostsTroubleshoo

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I have uploaded the the video of my Secret Hacking Session: Oracle X$TRACE, Wait Event Internals and Background Process Communication to my Oracle performance & troubleshooting Youtube channel. The slides are in Slideshare. Enjoy!   Lees meer
Update: I unexpectedly ended up falling ill and decided to reschedule this hacking session to January 24, 10am PST. No need to re-register if you already have done so. Sorry for the inconvenience. I will upload the video to Youtube … Continue reading →Related PostsOracle Session SnapperC Lees meer
A lot of people have asked me to do another run of my Advanced Oracle Troubleshooting training or at least get access to previous recordings – so I decided to geek out over the holiday period, update the material with … Continue reading →Related PostsAdvanced Oracle Troubleshooting Lees meer
If you happen to be in Bay Area on Thursday 9th November, then come check out the NoCOUG Fall Conference in California State University in downtown Oakland, CA. Gluent is delivering a Hadoop for Database Professionals class as a separate … Continue reading →Related PostsHadoop for Databa Lees meer

All things Oracle

Oracle for Absolute Beginners: Problem-Solving as a New Developer

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.

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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
Unit testing and even Test-Driven Development is possible for databases. In this article Samuel Nitsche makes the case for introducing unit tests to your database development, and suggests some lightweight ways to get started.… The post Strongholds of Confidence: Self-Testing Your Database ap Lees meer