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?
In the previous post ORACLE ACTIVE DATA GUARD 19C FEATURES: AN ASTERISK, using Global Temporary Tables (GTTs) on an Oracle 18c or 19c Active Data
Using Oracle Active Data Guard (ADG) gets easier to set up every release — you can even use dbca on a new standby for creating
On databases with multiple DBAs and a not too rigorous change control policy, database parameters get changed and it’s not always clear who made the
And you probably didn’t miss it, since I just posted it. A question came up a couple times recently, “Do WHERE clauses with CASE expressions
Even with Oracle Database 19c and its automatic indexing features on Exadata, and especially on the Oracle Autonomous Database, people still come up to me