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Blog | Dec 5, 2016

OBIEE 11G and 12C Starting/Stopping Servers

Posted by Kanthikiran Kalagoni

The procedures reviewed in this blog, can be easily used by both OBIEE administrators and users for starting and stopping servers in Unix/Linux Environments. The step by step approach will help OBIEE users to understand the main differences in process we have performed in previous versions of 11G and latest version of 12C.

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Blog | Nov 18, 2016

OAM Integration with AD for Zero Sign-on

Posted by Sudhakar Mukkara

11g OAM has several new features and by integrating OAM with WNA we can achieve password less authentication for all the applications that are protected using latest OAM.
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Blog | Oct 20, 2016

Purchase Requisition Preferences

Posted by Donna Martin

If you are entering multiple purchase requisitions in the same log-in session, and a lot of those requisitions have the same information – such as Need by Date, Currency, or Project Related Information, etc., you can use the Requisition Preferences to automatically populate this data into your requisition making entry a snap!  It’s as simple as entering the replicate data and saving it.

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Blog | Oct 18, 2016

Exadata Disk Layers and Architecture

Posted by Jay Pathak

Exadata has a different disk structure in comparison to a normal database disk and it can often confuse the Oracle DBAs when they start working on Exadata. In Exadata, there are four layers of disks I will discuss each one of them in this blog.
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Blog | Oct 13, 2016

TriCore Takes on Oracle OpenWorld 2016: Key Learnings From the Show by Pragati Gupta

Posted by Pragati Gupta

TriCore’s technical team just came back from another informative, fun and well organized Oracle OpenWorld conference held in San Francisco. Here are some key takeaways to keep in mind.

Of course, the key theme of the conference was Oracle’s advancements in the cloud. Larry Ellison’s keynote was as educational as it was entertaining: apart from some funny digs at AWS and the fact that he doesn’t have certain privileges as CTO that he did as CEO (like smaller water bottles and no tech support during presentations), he noted how Oracle’s competitors are now radically different from who they used to be.

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Blog | Oct 4, 2016

RMAN ACTIVE Database Duplication

Posted by Rajpal Bhardwaj

Oracle Database 11g offers clone source DB without requiring backup. Prior to 11g you had to take physical backup on disk/tape, however now you can create a clone DB over the network without prior backup.
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Blog | Sep 19, 2016

All Things Oracle: Trends to be on the Lookout for at OpenWorld

Posted by Kevin Carroll

Another year has come and gone, and Oracle OpenWorld is here again. It’s an exciting time for us with numerous other industry events to attend in Q3 and Q4 – and that gives us extra reason to keep tabs on the pulse of the industry.

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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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Blog | Sep 12, 2016


Posted by Amit Kumar Bhatnagar

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.

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Blog | Aug 26, 2016

Oracle 12c New Feature -- Oracle Flex Clusters

Posted by Mukesh Kumar

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.

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