Archive for 2014

  • Reduce Risk with Oracle Exadata Patching and Upgrades

  • Dec 2, 2014
  • If your organization is like most, you’ve probably been asked to do a whole lot more with a whole lot less. Budgets get slashed, corners get cut, and the result sometimes comes at a cost that has little to do with dollars.

    Take the case of a recent client, for example. This customer had 23 production databases deployed on a X2-2 1/4th rack Exadata server that was initially configured in 2012. But because of multiple factors—cutbacks, skill and resource gaps, resource shortages—the Exadata server had not been patched for last two years…

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  • Boost Oracle Performance with a Comprehensive Health Check

  • Nov 10, 2014
  • You’re not performing up to par and you’re feeling a little sluggish. So what do you do? If you’re like most, you’ll probably schedule an appointment with your doctor to find out what the problem might be, and how to quickly get back up to speed. So if your Oracle database doesn’t seem to be performing as expected, doesn’t it make sense to schedule a health check to see how you can boost it up a notch or two? Every system needs a checkup from time to time, and your Oracle database is no exception…

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