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This blog post introduces the concept of SQL Quarantine. By using Oracle® Resource Manager, you can regulate and limit the use of resources like CPU and I/O, among others. The most interesting fact is that you can prevent the execution of any long-running queries that exceed a defined threshold.
The National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA) file format is one of the most common electronic payment file types. It is used for executing domestic ACH payments through the Automated Clearing House Network.
This blog describes how to duplicate a database from a physical standby database.
Oracle® Recovery Manager (RMAN) is a tool that can duplicate or clone a database from a backup or from an active database. RMAN can create a duplicate database on a remote server with the same file structure, on a remote server with a different file structure, or on the local server with a different file structure.
This post covers Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) File storage services.
This post introduces autonomous database and describes how to create and use the Always Free Autonomous Database option on the Oracle⪚ Cloud Infrastructure.
This post describes how to configure SSL on Oracle® WebLogic® Server 12c (12.1.2).
This post introduces types of servers available in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) cloud for different types of workloads. In a whitepaper, Oracle shares that OCI compute lets you provision and manage compute hosts, known as instances. After you launch an instance, you can access it securely from anywhere, restart or attach volumes and terminate when not needed. After it’s terminated, you loose the local drives and retain only the changes attached to volume.
This post presents information from a variety of sources regarding Oracle® Autonomous Database Dedicated and Exadata® cloud infrastructure.