Oracle recently released it’s popular Enterprise Database for the Arm CPU. This is news, as it’s the first new architecture announced by Oracle since they added the Itanium architecture. In fact, this also reverses the current path, where Oracle has Continue reading Arming your Database! A comparison of Arm vs X64
I just wrapped up a webinar this week, and it went well. Once of the folks attending asked about a feature I have beeb really enjoying in 19c. This feature called gradual password rollover allows a database user to have Continue reading The easiest way to change Oracle passwords for app servers … two passwords at the same time!
I did this video for work, but it is a good review on some of the advantages of OCI, and I think it’s worth the few minutes to watch.
Once of the many overlooked abilities of OEM is the ability to view and graph historical data from the targets. With OEM, as a general rule, if it has a metric, you can not only build alerts, but you can Continue reading How to graph historical data in OEM13c
For a while people have been asking me, what’s going on with OEM? All your talking about these days is Oracle Management Cloud and it’s machine learning abilities. Even at conferences and client sites, I am being asked at every Continue reading Oracle Enterprise Manager 13.3
Since 1998, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has played a key role in enhancing the security position of Department of Defense ( DoD) systems, by providing the Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG), which are a cybersecurity methodology for standardizing security Continue reading How to automate STIG compliance checks for Oracle Database
At OOW this year, Oracle announced Database 18c. Technically this is a refresh to 126.96.36.199, and at one point was going to be released as 188.8.131.52, but Oracle is using the new release to change how releases are both named Continue reading ORACLE DATABASE 18C AND THE NEW ORACLE RELEASE CYCLE
Let’s just face the facts, without an operational database the application do not work! There a dozens on monitoring tools that do a good gob of monitoring your database when it is in your datacenter, but things are getting really Continue reading OMC: Database Monitoring for a Modern Application Architecture
One of the abilities you get with the Oracle management Cloud, is the ability to explore all of the data points across all of the offerings. This allows you to use the data from multiple sources to not only analysis Continue reading Oracle Management Cloud: Data Explorer
Database 12.2 was recently released by Oracle, and with it came a ton of new features. One of the new features is the ability to alter tables and tablespaces while the resource is online. This means that changes are possible Continue reading Database 12.2 New Features – Online TDE