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martes, 3 de febrero de 2015

All Things Oracle Newsletter

All Things Oracle Newsletter
New Articles
Execution Plans Part 12: Cardinality FeedbackOracle Database 12c – RMAN New Features: Part 3
In part 12 of his series, Jonathan Lewis expands on the Cardinality Feedback method to show how it can be used to help identify and resolve performance problems. Check it out.The Recovery Manager (RMAN) enhances and extends the reliability, efficiency, and availability of Oracle Database Backup and Recovery.Satishbabu Gunukula describes three more new features Oracle Database 12c brings to RMAN. Read more.
Webinar Recordings and Future Events
Oracle Exadata & In-Memory Real-World Performance
Recording now available
Randolf Geist looked at an analysis of different database query profiles that are each based on a real-world customer case, how these different profiles influenced the efficiency of Exadata's "secret sauce" features, as well as the new Oracle In-Memory column store option. Watch this one-hour webinar.
Oracle Midlands User Group Meeting
Tuesday, March 3 2015, Birmingham, UK
The next Oracle Midlands meeting is proud to feature two presentations. Chris Saxon will have a session on "Maintain Application Uptime When Deploying PL/SQL Using Oracle's Edition Based Redefinition", and Tim Hall will be presenting "Pluggable Databases: What They Will Break & Why You Should Use Them Anyway!" Sign up while space is available.
From Around the Web
Statistics Collection Enhancements on Oracle Database 12cPreparing architecture for APEX 5.0 upgrade
Tim Hall's put together all the articles he's written on statistics collection in Oracle Database 12c in one place.Oracle just released the latest Early Adopter release of APEX 5.0. Dimitri Gielis shows you how to prepare for the upgrade.
Working With AWR Reports From EM12cGGSCI Commands : History and Command (!) Recall
Kellyn Pot'Vin fulfills her promise to write an update on working with AWR reports.Ever wish there was a way to recall commands from GGSCI? Turns out there's actually a way you can;Bobby Curtis shows you how.
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