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Dbvisit replicate allows DDL replication even when source and destination have different structure

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By Franck Pachot . I’ve tested a little thing for a customer, and as usual I spool the result into a blog post in case it helps others. Not all replication software – at least in their current version – can manage both different target structure (which is often the main reason for logical replication) and keep up with new DDL on the source (which you can’t avoid – applications evolves). Let’s see how smart…

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IBM Bluemix Database Cloud Service – My first trial

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By Franck Pachot . Remember my first try of Oracle cloud when Larry Ellison announced the Cloud in june? This week at OOW15 Larry Ellison announced that IBM is not a competitor anymore for them, then I checked IBM Cloud: IBM Bluemix offers IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. As I did in my first trial for Oracle, I’m testing the simplest DB2 ‘SQL Database service’.

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David Schmitt

Oracle EM Cloud Control 12c (CC12c)- Repeat alert notification

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Oracle EM Cloud Control 12c (CC12c) – Repeat alert notification In your EM installation, CC12c will notify your different administrators when specific incidents, events, or problems occurs. But from standard configuration, you will receive only one warning or critical notification/alert … until the Clear or an Acknowledge of the alert. Some times and for different reasons (human error, email was deleted, Mail server issues, …) you can lost or forgot this alert. Hummm this is…

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Olivier Toussaint

New features into the Cloud

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The last Week end Oracle has proceeded to a new upgrade into the Oracle Cloud. For the Data Region EMEA Oracle Database Public Cloud Services had maintenance on : Oracle Java Cloud Service Oracle Database Cloud Service Unfortunately it is impossible to know what specific changes  have been made in the Cloud and currently there is no exhaustive list available from Oracle Cloud Team. Here we will  see the principal changes on the Oracle Database…

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Oracle Team

OOW15 – Day 3 – thoughts from DemoGrounds about SIZE AUTO

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By Franck Pachot . If you are at Oracle Open world, don’t miss the DemoGrounds where you can talk to product managers and developers. It’s a good way to know how and why something is implemented. They also listen to your user experience on their product, for possible evolution. But remember they are not there to receive complaints or answer your SR… Of course, I had a lot of very interesting discussions about current and…

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OOW15 – Day 1- No fog on Golden Gate brige but Cloud everywhere at Moscone center

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By Franck Pachot . Here are the two sides of the Oracle Open World: marketing and community. Of course Oracle organizes that big event for marketing: show the future products and explain how they are better than all competitors ones. But it’s not only that. There is a community around Oracle, of users, partners, technologists, speakers, authors, etc. And Oracle Open World is also the place to meet.

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