- #C14LV Session Preview: 12c Multi-Tenancy and Exadata IORM: An Ideal Cloud Based Resource Management
Feb 17, 2014 02:19 PM
Originally posted on Fahd Mirza's blog. Speaking at Collaborate14 in Las Vegas
12c Multi-Tenancy and Exadata IORM: An Ideal Cloud Based Resource ManagementCloud database enables administrators to scale up and down the resource usage according to the business requirements. Oracle 12c renders mul...
- Monster VM Study: Moves 3 RAC Nodes Under 180 Seconds! Part 3
Jan 23, 2014 03:13 PM
Continued from Part 1 and Part 2Summary
Managing a larger number of databases with the same resources continues to be a challenge for Oracle database administrators and for other DBAs too. Selection of a virtualization and storage platform that is open, supports any application, unifies manageabilit...
- Monster VM Study: Moves 3 RAC Nodes Under 180 Seconds! Part 2
Jan 21, 2014 12:47 PM
Continued from Part 1.Getting back to the Principled Technologies study, we tested the ability to use vMotion to move multiple VMs configured with Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL), 156 GB of virtual RAM, and 16 vCPUs. For the Oracle DBA reading this article, The SGA was sized at 145 GB with 3,686 MB fo...
- Monster VM Study: Moves 3 RAC Nodes Under 180 Seconds! Part 1
Dec 16, 2013 09:31 AM
There seems to be a trend with the Oracle database community: The use of current commodity hardware enables a large System Global Area (SGA) and a correspondingly large database buffer cache. The SGA is a group of shared memory structures that contain data and control information for an Oracle datab...
- Oracle Releases Exadata X-4, a new version of its Exadata Database Appliance
Dec 13, 2013 10:38 AM
Oracle has just launched Exadata X-4, its fifth version of its Exadata database appliance. Compared to X-3, this updated release provides a 77 percent to 100 percent increase in database I/Os per second, nearly 100 percent more Infiniband throughput, double the PCI Flash capacity...
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