Blog | Nov 24, 2016
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.
Blog | Sep 19, 2016
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.
Blog | Sep 12, 2016
The new feature in Oracle 12c has the capability to restore a single table or a single partition of a partitioned table from a RMAN backup via the RECOVER TABLE command. Prior to 12c restoring a table, fixing this was a long drawn out and a difficult task.
Blog | Aug 26, 2016
One benefit of running the loosely coupled architecture of the Flex Cluster is to provide the high availability of the Oracle Cluster-ware of the applications tier.
Blog | Jul 1, 2016
The IMPORT CATALOG command is used to import the metadata from one recovery catalog schema into a different catalog schema. Each target imported is unregistered from the source catalog and registered with the target catalog by default.
Blog | May 24, 2016
Oracle Business Intelligence 12C is latest analytics suite release of the Oracle BI System with major changes to architecture and new updated feature sets such as visual analyzer, better life cycle management, BI Ask and Data Mashups.
Blog | Jul 21, 2015
In the third part of the Oracle 12c for Pro Newbies Plug and Play (Part 3), we will learn about Database Migration Assistant for Unicode (DMU). So, let's get started!
Blog | Jun 18, 2015
Before you proceed with the installation of Oracle 12c on Linux, you should first try to fulfill all the prerequisites that the software demands from you.
Blog | Jun 18, 2015
With Oracle 12c, you can plug your database into one server, then unplug it and move it to another server without any major trouble just like you would do with a USB drive.
Blog | Jun 3, 2015