Tag: Exadata

Quest Forum Digital Event 2020

Oracle Log Analytics Cloud Service offers an easy way to monitor, aggregate, analyze, and correlate log events from across your database and Exadata environment. In this session learn how DBAs can easily configure log collection and efficiently analyze logs from their database environment to rapidly troubleshoot problems. See how to use plain language analysis to easily find errors across different log sources. Experience the power of machine learning techniques to rapidly identify anomalies that can lead to a problem’s root cause and eliminate finger-pointing.

As part of Quest Experience Week (QXW) 2019, Oracle's Dan Koloski, Vice President of Product Management for Enterprise and Cloud Manageability, and Courtney Llamas, Strategic Customer Program for Enterprise and Cloud Manageability, spoke about Enterprise and Cloud Manageability strategies, roadmap highlights, and the customer and partner ecosystem. 

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Nov 13 @  12:30pm

  Join executives who produce Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Management Cloud to learn what’s coming up in Oracle’s flagship management offerings. Product leaders will discuss how to extend your manageability best practices to Autonomous Database, Exadata Cloud and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as well as showcase new features for analytics, automation and troubleshooting a hybrid…

Juan Loaiza, Oracle Executive Vice President, gives a quick overview of Exadata X8 capabilities for OLTP, analytics, cloud, and Autonomous Database.

Exadata has been on the market for over 10 years, and today it is an extremely successful product. It runs many of the most mission-critical applications in the world, including petabyte warehouses, critical financial and e-commerce platforms, complex business applications, and massive database consolidations.

From the 2013 Exadata Virtual Conference

From the 2013 Exadata Virtual Conference Arup Nanda, Starwood Hotels If you are an Oracle DBA familiar with RAC, 11gR2 and ASM about to be a Database Machine Administrator (DMA) How much do you have to learn? How much of you own prior knowledge I can apply? What’s different in Exadata? What makes it special,…