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Oracle Database In-Memory…You Rock!

Oracle Database In-Memory…You Rock!

Oracle recently compared SAP’s BW-EML benchmark running on HANA with Oracle’s 12c In-Memory option running on Oracle Exadata. In this test, Oracle used an equal number of CPUs as used in SAP benchmarking and Oracle came in 2X faster! Generally, SAP does...

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Leaving DBA problems to your competitors

Leaving DBA problems to your competitors

Every day IT leaders are faced with a growing number of unique problems related to managing their database environments. Some have a need for 24×7 coverage, while others are trying desperately to reduce resource fatigue or increase the level of their available...

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Data is growing, so Exadata does too…

Data is growing, so Exadata does too…

The recent report from IDC and EMC (now Dell) on ‘Data Growth, Business Opportunities, and the IT Imperatives’ says, Data is growing 40% annually. Does that mean that Exadata also grows? Exadata was first released in 2008 as Oracle’s first “Engineered System,”...

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Spikes, Slopes, and SQL

Spikes, Slopes, and SQL

You have data you’re tracking every day. Maybe a lot of data. And maybe you’re tracking it a lot of different ways. You even create graphs of the data over time, so that you can spot trends and anomalies. And then one day you realize that you have too many graphs…...

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