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Jérôme Witt

OOW Day 2: Oracle Linux developements & news

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This second day at the Oracle Open World is hotter than the previous one! Today, we focused on Oracle Linux. Oracle Linux roadmap, the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) release 3 is coming in summer 2013. Oracle’s strategy consists of developing the new enterprise-class kernel on state of the art hardware, which guarantees to customer to get the most of their hardware (Like Suse for SLES 11). The Oracle Linux development team is working on many…

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Pierre Sicot

OOW Day 2: Enjoying Oracle’s Real World Performance show

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I have had the pleasure to go the Real World Performance presentation with the famous Tom Kyte of the Ask Tom blog, Andrew Holdsworth, Head of Oracle’s Real World Performance Team, and Graham Wood, the legendary Oracle Database performance architect. This was not a session but more a show like in a theater! Each of them had a precise role, DBA, chief of development team, system administrator, and Enterprise Manager Cloud 12c showing us in…

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Pierre Sicot

OOW Day 1: Oracle OEM Database Express 12c & Extreme Database Management

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My second session today was about Oracle Extreme Database Management with the latest generation of database technology by Leng Leng Tan, Senior Vice President of Oracle Development. The new Oracle database 12c announced yesterday by Larry Ellison is fully integrated with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c. The main goal is to deliver the highest service quality with lower risk and effort. There also is a new feature called Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express 12c which is…

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Jérôme Witt

OOW Day 1: Oracle 12c – Data Guard new features

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What a sunny day at the Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, temperatures over 30 degrees Celsius … don’t be jealous ;=) What should I start speaking about? Oracle Entreprise Manager Cloud Control 12c? Oracle VM or Oracle Database 12c? Well, let me summarize some of the Oracle Database 12c Data Guard new features from Joseph Meeks’s session “Oracle Data Guard Zero-Data-Loss Protection at Any Distance”. Oracle Data Guard is a high available, data protection, disaster…

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Pierre Sicot

OOW Day 1: Upgrading to Oracle Cloud Control 12c

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Today, we had the chance to attend interesting sessions under a perfect sunny Californian weather :-). The first one was about best practices for an upgrade to Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c. The session described the real case of a US company with a huge infrastructure and hundreds of databases monitored by Grid Control 11g and 800 agents. They wanted to migrate to Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud 12c and studied the different ways to realize the…

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Jérôme Witt

Oracle OpenWorld 2012 – the world is not enough: Larry’s keynote on Oracle 12c, etc.

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I am pretty sure you are wondering what Larry Ellison announced in his Oracle OpenWorld keynote, especially concerning Oracle 12c! In fact there were three major announcements, which I will cover in this posting. But first, let’s start with Fujitsu’s (Oracle Open World sponsor) announcement on a new SPARC technology. At the beginning of the session, Noriyuki Toyoki, Senior Vice President of Fujitsu Limited (which is this year the main sponsor of the OOW) introduced…

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David Hueber

OpenWorld 2011 is over … Having a last glance on ASM & disk failures

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So we are now arrived at the end of the largest Oracle OpenWorld ever. Around 45’000 people had joined San Francisco to exchange around IT and especially Oracle technologies.
It has been a great conference with much of interesting sessions and as each year several announcements: Enterprise Manager 12c, Exalytics and Oracle Public Cloud.

For my last post about OOW11, I want to talk about the last session I attended. Who said that the late sessions are usually having less interest? I personally was lucky enough to attend a great presentation held by Oak Table member, Alex Gorbachev. Alex used ASM to demonstrate how hardware and software fault tolerance mechanisms, especially mirroring, are affected by different parameters such MTBF.

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David Hueber

OOW Day 3: Oracle Database Appliance and Cloud Computing with OEM

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In my second blog about OpenWorld, I gave an overview of the Engineered Solutions portfolio, which just got enhanced with Exalytics. Today I’m going to focus a bit more on the Database Appliance product and how this box works. I had the chance to go a session called “New! Database Appliance: Secrets revealed”, which provided more information on its architecture and functionalities.

After that I want to highly a interesting use case made by DELL and pointing out the usage of the brand new Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c for Cloud computing.

But before that let’s have a look on the Database Appliance secrets…

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