Storage indexes in an Exadata cell server are a somewhat obscure but very important performance benefit for any database — they leverage the available cell
Exadata extends the concept of SQL Quarantines at the cell storage level: the behavior of Exadata quarantined SQL_IDs and how they are treated is different
Exadata is 100% compatible with Oracle Database, period. But how much benefit do Exadata features lend to particular data types? The Original Request We needed
I needed to start testing Oracle Exadata storage snapshots to help customers create multiple copies (as snapshot clones) of production for testing, development, and QA
Let me clarify… in a previous post, I showed some of the arithmetic around some of Oracle’s floating point literals and how that arithmetic didn’t
All of Oracle’s database technologies fed into the backbone of Exadata over 10 years ago — but does the process work in the other direction?