The Oracle® Database version 19c introduced a slew of new and improved features.
Cybersecurity, at its very core, is a competition. On one side, we have defenders trying to maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of their digital assets. On the other side, we have attackers with differing motives vying to control the same digital assets.
Oracle® 10g introduced a new mandatory tablespace called SYSAUX with mandatory attributes like PERMANENT, READ WRITE, EXTENT MANAGEMENT LOCAL, and SEGMENT SPACE MANAGEMENT AUTO. This post explores how to manage this tablespace as it grows.
The Oracle® GoldenGate (OGG) Monitor Agent (or jagent) collects information about an instance and sends it to the Oracle GoldenGate Monitor Server and Enterprise Manager Plug-In for Oracle GoldenGate. In this post, I show how to upgrade the OGG 12c jagent.
Archiving Oracle® databases lets you retain and store data for the long term, but what happens if you run out of space?
This post covers the maintenance and patching of disaster recovery (DR) systems for Oracle® E-business Suite® (EBS) R12.2.9. It describes a generic process to apply database DB and application (APPS) patches to Oracle version 12.2 Applications DR systems.
When you introduce new business processes to your Oracle® Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, you might experience a serious notification bottleneck at the application server level rather than the mailer level.
The word Kubernetes means pilot in Greek—and the platform is piloting a whole new world of possibilities for businesses ready to take advantage of containers.
Dynamics 365® Business Central, a comprehensive enterprise resource planning (ERP) application, has the following capabilities: