This article presents one of many configurations available for deploying Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) on the Amazon Web Service Elastic Compute Cloud (AWS EC2). The following procedure relies on the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI). You can run the AWS CLI on your desktop, such as a PC, Mac or Linux machine. Although all […]
The Standard Edition 2 is available! It is now official, the Oracle Database 184.108.40.206 Standard Edition 2 is available (it can be downloaded here: https://www.oracle.com/database/standard-edition-two/index.html). Oracle Database Standard Edition 2 (SE2) will replace SE and SE1 from version 220.127.116.11 New eligibility rules: SE2 will have a limitation of maximum 2 socket systems and a total […]
Workshops, Oracle Events and Conferences about 12C Multitenant features let us think of a direct migration path for the next release. We hope this should be done in very few steps :
Easyteam and Easyteam Cloud Institute are happy to host the 6th Paris Oracle Meetup On Wednesday 21st of May, 2014 at its office, near Esplanade de la Défense! Special guest for that special night will be Matt Ahrens, co-founder of ZFS. You can join in and register for free like 120 Oracle professionals on the Meetup website: The 21st of May, 2014 Meetup […]
In the last episode we saw how the test configuration was set up, pre-checked and how we made some performance auditing. Now it’s time to start the upgrade process. We are ready to go, fasten your seat belt, get ready for takeoff.
So here i am: stoforlong ( meaning ‘Stade Toulousain For Long’ a famous French Rugby team that I’m fan of) from blog.easyteam to arkzyod, a new enthusiastic challenge. This is my first post directly in English as the previous one was a translation of episode 1, and i hope i will be clear and understandable […]
Yes, you should have a look at this very new Database 12c feature. I did, and I was quite surprised by the effect on the overall performance of my test database. Why use “Oracle Multithreaded”? There are still some applications (like those written in PHP or your old home-designed applications) that don’t use “application […]
Now that Oracle Database 12c has descended from the clouds, we can enjoy deploying it everywhere. For a few months, we’ve been testing it in depth to foresee all tasks that have to be carried out and determine most of the impacts. First, before even considering a shared “multitenancy” architecture, we’ve performed traditional changes. This […]
Oracle has released its 12c database a few weeks ago. It comes with more than 500 new features, improvements and changes. You’ve read a lot about it on the web, blogs, magazines… One question still remains: Why move to Oracle Database 12c?