Directory Service: OpenDJ
Installation has been described in a previous part. The question now is to make OpenDJ Oracle compatible, so that it can be used with EUS and TNS names resolution. In fact, I want to be able to install and use TNS Name resolution and Enterprise User Security (EUS) as done before.
One clue was already mentioned, the appearance of
Who here takes the time to adjust default values for SQL Server Configuration after installing it? Unless your company has specific Post-Installation Tasks procedures/document, SQL Server configurations are left as is until an issue comes along. If you are doing your job diligently, there are a few items you’d want to configure after installation not just for security but also for performance.
Oracle has several character data types that are commonly used and can also be confusing if you don’t know the differences between them. Learn what they are and the differences between them in this article. The Oracle character data types that are used most often are CHAR and VARCHAR2. There is also a VARCHAR data […]
In the last part of this installment I'll have a brief look at the network performance measured in the Oracle DBaaS environment, in particular the network interface that gets used as private interconnect in case of RAC configuration. The network performance could also be relevant when evaluating how to transfer data to the cloud database.
I've used the freely available "iperf" tool to measure the network bandwidth and got the following results:
In just 3 weeks time, I’ll again have the pleasure of presenting at the awesome Hotsos Symposium in Dallas, Texas. It’s simply the best conference with regard to Oracle performance tuning anywhere. This year, I’ll be presenting on a couple of topics: New Index Features Introduced in Oracle Database 12c Release 2 Oracle Database 12c […]
Here’s a collection of articles I’ve read over the last week that I found interesting. A shorter list than usual, but still some quality articles! Articles I’ve Read Oracle’s Cloud Licensing Change : Be Warned! https://oracle-base.com/blog/2017/01/28/oracles-cloud-licensing-change-be-warned/ Tim Hall from Oracle-Base shared with the community that Oracle’s cloud licensing costs have doubled due to the way […]