Introduction I recently had the opportunity to work with a client that needed to remove some unused disks from Azure. The guest operating system was
Jeff Stonacek, Principal Architect For years, I worked in a Unix/Linux command line on a daily basis. Lately however, my work is more strategic than
Jeff Stonacek, Principal Architect The theme of this blog is, “it’s complicated”. PowerVM is not necessarily complicated to the point where it is difficult to
by Jeff Stonacek, Principal Architect I recently completed an engagement where the client was interested in moving from on-premises hardware to the public cloud. The
by Jeff Stonacek, Principal Architect In Oracle Database version 11g, a new feature called Active Data Guard (ADG) was introduced. This feature extends traditional Data
by Jeff Stonacek, Principal Architect I recently ran into an interesting issue with Oracle 18c Grid Infrastructure (GI). We were building several three-node clusters for
by Jeff Stonacek, Principal Architect Oracle Spatial and Graph is a product that allows for the storage and processing of geospatial objects inside of the
Jeff Stonacek, Principal Architect Currently, the most common licensing metrics for purchases of core technology products are the following: Processor – Per-core licensing based on
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.
by Jeff Stonacek, Principal Architect Renaming a volume group is a fairly straightforward process, assuming that the volume group is not the root volume group.