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    Outside the Comfort Zone
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Jonathan Gennick | Released: September 8, 2017, 12:08 pm

    Early June found me in a motel room in Rochester, Minnesota. I was staring at the parts you see strewn all over the table in Figure 1. You see, I had decided to build my first-ever bicycle wheel. This was an effort outside my comfort zone – intimidating to contemplate, as it is for many cyclists. Ye

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    A Master (Class) Discussion with Andy Rivenes
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Socious Support | Released: September 4, 2017, 5:05 pm

    September 13 will be a day of learning around Oracle Database 12cR2. Join experts for the Oracle Master Class, which will focus on two of the most compelling features - Multitenancy and Database In-Memory (DBIM) - with plenty of discussion around other pertinent features.

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    A Master (Class) Discussion with Jim Czuprynski
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: James Czuprynski | Released: August 28, 2017, 6:37 pm

    September 13 will be a day of learning around Oracle Database 12cR2. Join experts for the Oracle Master Class, which will focus on two of the most compelling features - Multitenancy and Database In-Memory (DBIM) - with plenty of discussion around other pertinent features.

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    Storage Migration
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Michelle Malcher | Released: August 14, 2017, 9:58 am

    The database needs storage and memory, an obvious statement. This also seems to be what the database administrator is always asking for, more disk and more memory. It is possible with Automatic Storage Management (ASM) to take advantage of any new storage technology.

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    Improving Performance with 12C In-Memory Option
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Fong Zhuang, 25769 | Released: July 17, 2017, 2:06 pm

    Before Oracle introduced dual format memory architecture, it was very challenging to find the best approach to accelerate the performance of OLAP and OLTP in the same database. We witnessed two types of DBMS in the market, columnar oriented and row-major oriented.

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