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Why the sun shines for Oracle and it’s Cloudy for others

Why the sun shines for Oracle and it’s Cloudy for others

First of all, I ‘d like to mention that this draft has been put back from schedule several times over and over again. Asking myself the question, should I really do this? But then again … This is a blog, a very personal humble opinion and you should not agree with me, I can be wrong, I can be right. The truth is probably in between. So, the title “Why the sun shines for Oracle and it’s cloudy for others”,…

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The first performance related impressions of the new ODA X6-2M

The first performance related impressions of the new ODA X6-2M

New toys are always fun! When Oracle announced their “Small” ODA’s in the X6-2 generation, we were excited to test them. We were not the only ones, so it took a while before getting one, but the first week of january, it was playtime. An ODA X6-2M was delivered to our demoroom and testing could begin. Normally I would start a blog post by “how to install” it. Actually this is very simple and very well documented. If you want me to…

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ORACLE DB IN THE AZURE CLOUD – PT2

ORACLE DB IN THE AZURE CLOUD – PT2

During the BI in the cloud project, one of the aspects we had to test is the network. Here is how we did it to figure out how the network performs and most of all, is it stable? One of the most important things in a cloud environment is the network. It connects devices to eachother and makes it possible to have communication between devices. Sounds obvious, right? Some tests we have done, were relying very heavily on the network, such…

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Oracle DB in the Azure cloud – Pt1

Oracle DB in the Azure cloud – Pt1

A few months ago (about october) ago we were contacted with the simple question: Can you run an oracle database in the cloud, the Azure cloud. Well … it depends. The little detail was, that the database is about 34TB and there are a few other multi TB databases AND there are a lot of copies of them. And … the final decision for go live is … end of 2016.  Well, we accepted the challenge. The deadline was strict, so that’s also…

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