Tag: Exadata

Migrating from non-Oracle databases to Oracle can always be a challenge. Heterogenous systems will have stored code that requires translation or rewrite, large amount of data needs to be migrated in a short timeframe, downtime/uptime requirements during the migration can be tricky. This session will discuss the different approaches, techniques and tools available for moving…

This presentation will teach you the basics of Exadata from a beginner's perspective, with experiences and examples that are intermediate level. It will go over the advantages of using this hardware and how the hardware components provide the speed that you'll realize implementing it. Consolidation is the number 1 way that companies are saving money…

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This session will give a brief overview of implementations that we've done with Exadata. It will include panel members that have worked with Exadata. It will also have a Q&A Session

This presentation is based on real world example of a complex migration and consolidation. 21 databases, 15 tb in size, with 200,000 objects were merged into one database. Consolidation of multiple databases into a single database has several unique advantages including but not limited to … improved operations and management, simplified backup and recovery, easy…

Top Exadata features you need to know. Detailed slides will have those features explained with appropriate examples. 1. What is Exadata? 2. Instance caging 3. EHCC 4. Storage indexes 5. DBRM 6. IORM 7. DBFS 8. Flash Cache

A link to my Oracle Magazine column for January http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/issue-archive/2011/11-jan/o11field-flower-191643.html