I am now introducing some code samples in my blog. I won't restrict myself to SQL but will also include PL/SQL (C ? Bourne/Korn Shell ? what else ?)
This is the first of such samples.
Here I demonstrate using a PL/SQL Package to define persistent variables and then using them with DBMS_APPLICATION_INFO. This demo consists of only 2 variables being used by 1 session. But we could have a number of variables in this Package and invoked by multiple client sessions in the real workd.
style="font-weight: 400;">When moving and managing complex systems to the cloud, IT professionals look to bridge the gap between their existing configuration management tools and the incoming cloud system.
style="font-weight: 400;">Configuration management has traditionally been about managing servers individually or in groups. Cloud orchestration is about thinking less about the servers and more about the services they provide.
This blogpost is about using the linux ftrace kernel facility. If you are familiar with ftrace and specifically the function_graph tracer, you might already be aware of this functionality. This is Linux specific, and this facility is at least available in kernel 2.6.39 (Oracle’s UEK2 kernel).
I admit, I’m a bit of a fan of the Oracle Database Appliance. And I also admit there are some characteristics of the X5-2 ODA’s which made it sometimes a bit hard to fit in the needs of the customer. I’ll come to that later in this post. With the […]
style="font-weight: 400;">At our recent Velocity of Innovation (Velocity) event in New York, we discussed the dominant factors that contribute to a