By Franck Pachot . Today at UKOUG TECH16 conference I’m presenting the internals of the new multitenant architecture: 12c Multitenant: Not a Revolution, Just an Evolution. My goal is to show how it works, that metadata links and object links are not blind magic. Here are the links to the blog posts I’ve published about multitenant internals.
By Franck Pachot . Oracle Transparent Data Encryption is available without option on the Oracle Public Cloud: Standard Edition as well as Enterprise Edition (EE, EE-HP EE-EP, ECS). More than that, the DBaaS enforces TDE for any user tablespace even when not specifying in the CREATE TABLESPACE. It you are not familiar with TDE key management (wallets) then you have probably encountered ORA-28374: typed master key not found in wallet. Rather than another tutorial on…
By Franck Pachot . In the previous post I described how simple it is to unplug a PDB and plug it into a newer version CDB. One goal of dictionary separation in the multitenant architecture is to keep system objects on CDB$ROOT only. Knowing that an upgrade does not touch the application metadata and data, does this make PDB upgrade fast as a simple refresh of metadata links?
By Franck Pachot . 12.2 is available in the Oracle Public Cloud DBaaS. If you have a 12.1 DBaaS service, there’s no button to upgrade it. I’ll describe all the possible upgrade procedures and the first one, and the most simple, is to create a new DBaaS service in 12.2 and unplug/plug the PDBs to it.
By Franck Pachot . Now that 12.2 is there, in the Oracle Public Cloud Service, I can share the slides of the presentation I made for Oracle Open World: 12cR2 Single-Tenant: Multitenant Features for All Editions from Franck Pachot I’ll give the same session in French, In Geneva on November 23rd at Oracle Switzerland. Ask me if you want an invitation.
By Franck Pachot . Oracle database 12.2 is there on the Database Cloud Service, in multitenant. In EE High Performance or Extreme Performance, you have the multitenant option: you can create 4096 pluggable database (instead of 252 in 12.1). If you are in lower services, you can create only one user PDB (not counting application root and proxy PDB). If you are in Standard Edition, it’s simple: it is a hard limit. If you are…
By Franck Pachot . Here is, in my opinion, the most beautiful feature of the multitenant architecture. You know how I love Transportable Tablespaces. But here: No need to put the source in read/only No need to export/import the metadata logically No need for any option: available even in Standard Edition
By Franck Pachot . In multitenant you session can switch between containers. For example, since 12.1, a common user can switch explicitly between CDB$ROOT and any PDB with the ‘ALTER SYSTEM SET CONTAINER’. Any user connected to a PDB will also have it session switching implicitely when querying through metadata links and data links (new name for object links). In 12.1 there are no ways to trace this. This is fixed in 12.2