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TWM window manager on RHEL 7

posted March 20, 2017, 10:23 AM by

by Joe Grant (@dba_jedi), Principal Architect

I recently went to one of my most referenced blog articles, only to find that it had been deleted. It was for installing the TWM windows manager on Red Hat 7 based distributions, like…

Gathering Statistics in Parallel – Oracle Standard Edition

posted March 8, 2017, 4:53 PM by

Andy Kerber (@dbakerber), Senior Consultant

Gathering statistics for the Oracle database is a common task for DBAs.  Quite often, an experienced DBA will discover that the standard Oracle method of gathering statistics skips tables that need to be analyzed frequently…

Data Pump and Grants to PUBLIC

posted March 1, 2017, 10:52 AM by

by Jeff Stonacek, Principal Architect

In a recent migration activity using Oracle Data Pump, we ran into problems with table permissions on the target database. After working with the software vendor and investigating the issues, it was determined that the…

To Cloud or Not to Cloud – What Are the Right Questions?

posted February 21, 2017, 6:15 PM by

Jim Hannan (@jim_m_hannan), Principal Architect

By Jim Hannan, Principal Architect

I have been given the opportunity to speak at both the Infotec and IOUG Collaborate conferences this year. I am very excited to continue to present on the topic of Cloud….

Licensing Oracle Workloads in the Skytap Cloud

posted February 17, 2017, 3:32 PM by

Nathan Biggs (@nathanbiggs), CEO

It has been our privilege over the past few months to work with the great people at Skytap. Skytap is a VMware ESXi-based public cloud. In addition to some very innovative capabilities around the management of…

Why You Should Consider Oracle SE2

posted January 20, 2017, 6:12 PM by

Jim Hannan (@jim_m_hannan), Principal Architect

With core counts rapidly increasing per socket (currently we are seeing chips with 20+ cores per socket), Oracle felt they needed to do something about their SE and SE1 licenses, which offered ever increasing capability…

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