Tag: Oracle

The importance of Oracle database related kernel parameters (aio-max-nr) (with bonus track)

We tend to configure a server following Oracle best practices for the kernel parameters, but what once was a server of a couple instances, soon becomes a huge and heavy environment with four, six or ten instances running on it…

Read More >

Coming to UKOUG 2017? Meet up with Pythian

UKOUG Applications Conference & Exhibition, Tech17 is just around the corner. The event will take place December 4-6, 2017 in Birmingham England. It is the largest gathering of UK Oracle Database professionals, and we’re really looking forward to it! Pythian…

Read More >

Standardizing the Oracle GoldenGate Home Path (OGG_HOME)

I don’t work with Oracle GoldenGate extensively but when I do I find it somewhat remarkable that there aren’t more standards with something as simple as the Oracle GoldenGate software home path (OGG_HOME). With the Oracle Database, in recent years…

Read More >

Datascape Podcast: Episode 16 – Recapping Oracle OpenWorld 2017

Today we’re going to recap some of the most interesting concepts from the recently completed Oracle OpenWorld 2017 and to help us navigate this I have invited Simon Pane back to the show. Simon is an accomplished Principal Consultant, who…

Read More >

Log Buffer #522: A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

This edition of Log Buffer covers Cloud, Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL and much more.

Read More >

Log Buffer #521: A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

While cloud technologies are roaring ahead in full force; the traditional RDBMS like Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server and MySQL are adapting pretty fast. This Log Buffer Edition covers blogs related to that and more.

Read More >

Oracle OpenWorld 2017 Bloggers Meetup

DON’T PANIC. Yes, we are doing the OOW Bloggers Meetup this year. Yes, it’s the same time. Yes, it’s the same location. Yes, it’s more fun every year. What: Oracle Bloggers Meetup 2017. When: Wed, 04-Oct-2017, 5:30pm. Where: Main Dining…

Read More >

Chart Your Course With sar

The sar (system activity reporter) is a Linux utility that actually started life long ago in System V Unix. In spite of its ancient origins, sar is still quite useful, and has even been enhanced in recent versions of Linux….

Read More >

How Pythian Helped Nav Canada Migrate Their Oracle Database to a Microsoft Azure SQL Database

A common concern for businesses is optimizing database speed and performance, without raising costs. Nav Canada supports flight planning with aviation weather, aeronautical information, and online flight planning. To address a need for a more cost-efficient environment for their critical…

Read More >

What You Should Know About Docker Containers for Oracle Data Integrator

Not long ago, Oracle adopted the Docker engine as one of the accepted platforms for its products and published a set of scripts and examples in the Oracle GitHub repository. This includes sets for rapid deployment of Oracle databases, Weblogic…

Read More >
Page 1 of 14812345...10...Last Page »