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Blog | Jun 7, 2017

Oracle Database 12c – Data Pump Enhancements (EXPDP)-Part 2

Posted by Sanchit Midha

In the case of a container database (CDB), the actual data belongs to the underlying pluggable databases (PDB) and each pluggable database appears as a non-CDB to the client. Therefore, it makes more sense to take an export of the objects from a pluggable database. Click here to read Part 1.

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Blog | Jun 2, 2017

Oracle Database 12c – Data Pump Enhancements (EXPDP)-Part 1

Posted by Sanchit Midha

Data Pump (EXPDP/IMPDP) is a utility for exporting and importing database objects in and across databases and is commonly known to most DBAs. However, with the introduction of Oracle Database 12c and particularly with the introduction of Multi-tenant architecture, there are certain changes in the methods that we use in data pump to export and import data. Click to read Part 2

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Blog | Apr 12, 2017

New Features of performance tuning in Oracle Database 12c Release (12.1.0.2)

Posted by Virat Choudhary

In force full database caching mode, Oracle Database caches the entire database in memory when the size of the database is smaller than the database buffer cache size. All data files, including NOCACHE LOBs and LOBS that use SecureFiles, are loaded into the buffer cache as they are being accessed.

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Blog | Apr 11, 2017

New Features in performance tuning of Oracle Database 12c release 12.1.0.1

Posted by Virat Choudhary

Real-Time Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM): Real-Time ADDM helps us to analyze and resolve problems in hung databases without having it to restart. In OEM 12c helps us to analyze and resolve problems.

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Blog | Mar 8, 2017

In-Memory Advisor (IMA)-New Feature of Database 12c (12.1.0.2)

Posted by Prasanna K Majhee


Prior to the introduction of In-Memory Advisor, a DBA had to manually identify the tables to be placed in the In-Memory Column Store (IMCS). However, with IMA this manual task has been eliminated.
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Blog | Feb 7, 2017

Oracle Database 12c – RMAN New Features

Posted by Puneet Vohra


Oracle Database 12c has introduced new enhancements and additions to the Recovery Manager (RMAN). The new features provide both convenience and improved functionality where users don’t need to switch between RMAN and SQL* Plus prompts during Backup & Recovery, Administration etc.
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Blog | Jan 17, 2017

Rollback of OMS from 13c to 12c

Posted by Amit Kumar Srivastava


Post new technology upgrades in an environment, it is not easy to revert the changes without proper planning and can be daunting. However, with the above methodology you can best plan to revert changes with minimal impact. Oracle provides best service levels for traditional approach for cloud applications through business-driven monitoring application management.
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Blog | Dec 9, 2016

Repository Upload Procedure in OBIEE 11G and 12C

Posted by Kanthikiran Kalagoni

In this blog I will discuss procedures OBIEE administrators should follow in uploading a repository .rpd file in both OBIEE 11G and OBIEE 12C versions under Unix/Linux environments. This step by step approach will help OBIEE Users and Administrators to understand the main difference in process we have performed in the previous versions of 11G and latest version of 12C.
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Blog | Nov 24, 2016

Recover Standby Database Using Service

Posted by Mukesh Kumar


Prior to 12c, we had to make the standby DB sync with the primary DB by taking an incremental backup from primary DB and applying the same in standby DB. This entire process was time consuming. In 12c, we now have a new feature Recover Standby Database Using Service, which simplifies the process greatly.
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Blog | Sep 19, 2016

Oracle 12c Flex ASM Architecture & Benefits

Posted by Akshay Kumar


Prior to 12c release, every node in the cluster use to run the ASM instance and if ASM instance failed on any node, then the database would become unavailable on that node. Let’s see how things are different with ASM.
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