Oracle Database In-Memory Base Level

Oracle recently announced a new free base level for the Oracle Database In-Memory Option, their real-time analytics capability. With the base level, you can allocate up to 16GB of memory to the In-Memory column store, per instance without having to have an addition In-Memory license. Larger column stores will still need the additional license. Continue reading “Oracle Database In-Memory Base Level”

Oracle Database 19c Upgrade Virtual Classroom

Over the last couple of months, the wonderful folks from Oracle Australia have been running a FREE virtual training event on what to expect from Oracle Database 19c and how to prepare to upgrade to the latest long-term support release of the Oracle Database.

The first 5 sessions covered everything you would want to know about how to upgrade and what you can expect from Oracle Database 19c including an in-depth look at the new Multitenant architecture. The sessions so far have been presented by some of the best Oracle speakers around including Mike Dietrich, Julian Dontcheff, Martin Bach, Richard Agnew, and Alex Blyth. All of the sessions so far have been recorded and are available for replay.

Under the Hood of an Autonomous Database

The final session in series is scheduled for August 11th at 10am AEST ( August 10th at 5 pm PST) and will be presented by Alex Blyth and myself. In our session, we plan to give you a peek under the hood of the Oracle Autonomous Database and provide you with a clear understanding of how this unique autonomous database works. We’ll share details on the exclusive combination of Oracle Database 19c features, best practices, and machine-learning algorithms used to deliver this family of cloud services. We’ll use live demos to show you how it can simplify your approach to data management with Oracle Database 19c and accelerate your transition to the cloud.

You can registers for this session here. Hope you can join us!

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