Tag: AWS

Using El Carro Operator on AWS

Introduction Google recently released a Kubernetes operator for Oracle, El Carro. The project includes good examples of how it works on GCP and on your local computer (using minikube). Given it is a portable implementation, we wanted to give it…

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AWS RDS: Read Oracle Traces from SQL*Plus

Today’s post is another dealing with AWS services. Let’s say you need to read trace files from RDS — how would you do it? Here’s an example of how to list and read those files based on the directories from…

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Datascape Podcast Episode 46: Recapping Re:Invent 2020 With Apoorva

Episode 46: Show Notes The recent AWS re:Invent conference came with a barrage of updates and releases that have innovated what we can do on the cloud. Today we welcome Pythian Cloud Architect, Apoorva Wathodkar to recap our top highlights…

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Datascape Podcast Episode 43 – July 2020 Cloud Updates

Welcome to the July 2020 episode of the Datascape Cloud Update Podcast. This is the podcast where we distill the latest Cloud announcements from the leading public Cloud vendors and help to inform you about what matters and what to…

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Migrate Postgres Database from EC2 instance to RDS using AWS DMS (Data Migration Services)

In this post, we will explore one approach to Migrate PostgreSQL DB on EC2 instance to RDS instance using AWS Data Migration services. Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) is quite popular because of its easy setup, operation, and auto-scalability….

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AWS RDS: 5 Must-Know Actions for Oracle DBAs

Managing Oracle on AWS has some twists. Here are five daily DBA activities that have changed on AWS: Kill Sessions: begin rdsadmin.rdsadmin_util.kill( sid => &sid, serial => &serial, method => ‘IMMEDIATE’); end; /   Flush shared_pool or buffer_cache: exec rdsadmin.rdsadmin_util.flush_shared_pool;…

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Datascape Podcast Episode 41 – Choosing a Public Cloud for Oracle Database

You can run Oracle anywhere. It’s very flexible, which means anywhere you can get a VM, you can run it, including a virtual box on your laptop. There’s even have a free edition (XE) if you don’t have large data…

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Backup Oracle to Amazon AWS S3 – Part 1

Backups of Oracle Databases can be made directly to s3, without licensing additional software.

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How to get the most out of your EBS performance

A commonly encountered scenario is when EBS volumes are not performing at the expected theoretical performance. Let’s look at some of the potential reasons for that and how we can “fix” it. (When I say EBS volume, I am talking…

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Cloudscape podcast episode 13: recapping AWS re:Invent 2018

This episode of the Cloudscape is dedicated to recapping the most exciting announcements from the recent AWS re:Invent conference and to help us do that we are joined by Pierig LeSaux! Pierig is kind enough to take us through a…

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