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    The Best Oracle 12c R1 & R2 New Features – Part 1
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Rich Niemiec | Released: May 26, 2017, 8:49 am

    This is part one of an article series focused on new Oracle 12c R1 and R2 new features and will cover upgrade paths, INMEMORY_SIZE, In-Memory Column store, 12cR2 advancements with Approximate Query, Multiple Indexes on the same Column, In-Memory Virtual Columns in 12cR2 and more.

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    Feature | 12c | best practices | Oracle Database 12c | Oracle Database In Memory | rich niemiec

    Technologies that Enable Change
    Blog: SELECT Trial | Posted By: Seth Miller | Released: December 22, 2016, 1:12 pm

    With the release of Oracle Database 12c Release 2 for the cloud, the landscape of IT is changing and with it, the technologies that enable that change continue to evolve.

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    Department | 12c | Seth Miller

    Upgrades & Opportunities with the Arrival of 12cR2
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Michelle Malcher | Released: December 22, 2016, 1:07 pm

    For all those waiting for Oracle database 12c Release 2, it is time! 12cR2 has been showcased and is already available in the public cloud, which means it is time to start planning those upgrades.

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    IOUGenius | 12c | From the Editor | Michelle Malcher

    Migration to 12c Made Easy Using Replication Technology
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: Donna Guazzaloca-Zehl | Released: December 22, 2016, 1:05 pm

    Tools that utilize logical replication are very effective for migrating to Oracle 12c and offer zero or near-zero downtime for your business.

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    Feature | 12c | Donna Guazzaloca-Zehl

    Regression Analyzed, Tout de Suite: Leveraging Oracle 12c Database Real Application Testing (RAT) Suite, Part 2
    Blog: SELECT | Posted By: James Czuprynski | Released: December 21, 2016, 3:20 pm

    In this second and final part of this series, we illustrate how to use the latest features of RAT in Oracle Database 12c to replay the
    workloads previously captured to determine if there will be any
    significant variance in application performance.

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    Feature | 12c | Jim Czuprynski


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