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    Using ZFS Storage Appliance with Exadata: Match Made in Heaven
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Umair Mansoob | Released: April 20, 2018, 9:05 am

    Many Exadata customer faces a common dilemma when it comes to additional storage options for their Exadata environments, especially for backup and recovery of their large databases.

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    Sharding Database Infrastructure Horizontally - Sharding Oracle – Part III  [Testing Oracle Sharding]
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Nassyam Basha | Released: April 16, 2018, 7:08 am

    We will walk through the remainder of the setup - post the initial deployment. The main purpose of this article is to test and demonstrate that the data is indeed being distributed across the shards.

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    COLLABORATE 18 Session: Oracle 18c New Features For Developers & DBAs
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: John King | Released: April 9, 2018, 1:56 pm

    Oracle 18c became available on Oracle Cloud and Engineered systems in February 2018 and for DBaaS in March 2018. Though not yet available on-premise; the release cycle has begun.

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    IOUG: 25 Years, One Unified Voice
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Mike Carrozzo | Released: April 9, 2018, 10:13 am

    The year was 1993. Intel introduced the world to its Pentium Processor and Microsoft just released Windows NT 3.1. Web browsing became popular for the general public through Mosaic, and gamers worldwide got their first glimpse of a game named 'Doom'.

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    How Do You Create a Data Scientist?
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Gary Gordhamer | Released: March 29, 2018, 12:05 pm

    Everything around us today is an outcome of the Industrial Age. The 250-plus years of changes allow a toaster in every house, a car in every driveway, and a computer in every pocket. It’s hard to imagine the amount of change that workers have gone through during this period.

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