Robert G. Freeman on Oracle 2015-02-18 01:33:49

I have received a few comments related to my posts on the deprecation of the non-CDB architecture. I must admit, I find some reactions to be a bit confusing. First, let me be clear - I am NOT an official...
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Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) in 12c and RTFM Carefully

I keep thinking I’m moving forward with this Oracle database 12c stuff, but around every corner there is another surprise. A few days ago I was setting up a demo for Transparent Data Encryption (TDE)...
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Oracle DB12c in Docker

Docker has been making a lot of noise in the last couple of years. It piqued my interest recently when I came across a tweet saying that Oracle had recently uploaded an Oracle Linux 7 image to the Docker...
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ICMI Webcast: Forbes Reveals How Financial and Retail Companies Modernize Customer Service by Cedric Turner

Customers have lots of options. If you don’t deliver the right answers fast, they’ll go somewhere else. That’s one of the reasons knowledge is the top customer service investment,...
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VirtualBox 3.2.22

VirtualBox 3.2.22 arrived yesterday, and here was me thinking it was dead. The downloads and changelog are in the usual places. Happy upgrading! Cheers Tim… VirtualBox 3.2.22 was first posted on...
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Let’s Talk Database Replay- Part I

Database Replay is a feature in EM12c that a lot of folks are unfamiliar with, but once they learn about it, well, now then they figure out how valuable it really is.  Where the ADDM Comparison Report...
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Complete the Digital Marketing Puzzle, One Integration Step at a Time

Being a marketer today can be a challenging task, particularly because today’s savvy customers have already completed about 80 percent of their purchase research by the time they even contact you....
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Release: Oracle VM 3.3.2

Oracle has released version 3.3.2 of its enterprise virtualizatoin solution. The virtualization solution is available for both x86 and SPARC based processor architectures and uses the Xen hypervisor technology,...
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Parallel rownum

It’s easy to make mistakes, or overlook defects, when constructing parallel queries – especially if you’re a developer who hasn’t been given the right tools to make it easy to test...
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Robert G. Freeman on Oracle 2015-02-12 01:00:00

Welcome to part three of my response to this blog entry on the deprecation notice of the Oracle non-CDB architecture. The previous blog entries are here for part one. Until now I've tackled these...
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