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
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?
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
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
Chained rows in a table are generally a “bad thing”, but how bad depends on the type of chained row. Oracle Database contributes to the