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David Hueber

Oracle 12c: Pluggable databases not that isolated

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As you probably know, the multitenant databases is the new feature of Oracle 12c to solve the dilema of applications segregation. Thanks to a multitenant container database, it allows to manage many databases as one taking advantage of resources consolidation. A perfect way to manage several applications in a single container. However are these plugglable databases that isolated as expected? Not exactly: As I will show in this posting, a single PDB can, under certain…

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Jérôme Witt

OOW Day 4: Dive in, Rock out – Oracle Party & Tomy Kyte’s 12 things on Oracle 12c

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Well, this last day really was funny! We met some old friends (they will recognize themselves) and also Oracle guru Jonathan Lewis. We must confess Larry Ellison really has good friends. His America’s cup boat is really amazing (see picture below) as was last night’s party. Today, we were really tired 😉 and the speakers too. Most of today’s content was a review of what Pierre and I reported during the week. It fits exactly…

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Oracle Team

OOW Day 3: Playing with Oracle 12c – new features pluggable & multitenant database

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For the third day at the OOW, we had the opportunity to “play” with the beta 2 of the upcoming Oracle database release “Oracle Database 12c”. This was a Hands-on-Lab session with about 60 participants with at each seat place an Oracle VM guest running on Oracle Linux 5. The goal of this session was to demonstrate the new database feature pluggable database announced by Larry as a multitenant database. Let’s start with some generalities…

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