Tag: Oracle Autonomous Database (ADB)

Token-Based Authentication for ADB with IAM: Part 2

adb authentication

In Part 1, we discussed the essentials of DB token-based authentication and looked at examples to set up authentication for IAM users with exclusive or shared schema mappings. In this second  part, we’ll look at use cases for setting up…

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Token-Based Authentication for ADB with IAM: Part 1

ADB authentication

Oracle has introduced an authentication mechanism that enables Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) users to use their Identity and Access Management (IAM) credentials to access the Autonomous Databases (ADB) transparently.       Earlier, IAM credentials could be used to access…

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Weighing the Pros and Cons of Oracle Autonomous Database

Editor’s Note: Because our bloggers have lots of useful tips, every now and then we update and bring forward a popular post from the past. Today’s post was originally published on August 20, 2019. The next generation of managed database…

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Three Announcements from Oracle OpenWorld You Probably Didn’t Hear

The buzz from OpenWorld this year was the permanently free Oracle Cloud offering, the new Exadata X8M (reportedly capable of 12 million I/O per second!), Oracle Autonomous Cloud at Customer, and the new Blockchain table. Here are three interesting or…

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