Tag: Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)

The OCIDTAB – A solution to make OCI CLI scripting easier

This article is about working effectively with multiple OCI Environments via OCI CLI and encourages the use of an environment variable file called ocidtab, however before we look into it’s working the next couple of sections would give an understanding…

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Installing OCI Command Line Utilities in Linux and Windows

There are multiple documented methods for installing the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure command line utilities (oci). Some methods work better than others, but sometimes none of them meet your needs. This is a story of getting the installation done to meet our needs.

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How to Run DBSAT 2.2.0 on Oracle Cloud PDB using Wallet

The Oracle Database Security Assessment Tool (DBSAT) is a command-line tool focused on identifying how securely the database is configured and where sensitive data resides with the goal of promoting successful approaches to mitigating potential security risks. DBSAT requires no…

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Troubleshooting Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Automatic Backups

I could start this blog the same way I started this one because everything is supposed to be easy and at a 1 click distance in any cloud, so it should be the same for the database backups in Oracle…

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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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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure: Should you consider it for your Oracle database workloads?

Oracle users have had the ability to run database workloads in the cloud for years, but options have always been limited to third-party providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS) – at least, until recently. That’s because Oracle has a second-generation…

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