11 July 2013

Oracle Database officially released. Plug-in to the Cloud!

Oracle Database 12c 

Oracle Database 12c, the latest generation of the world’s most popular database, has been developed for the Cloud and will enable customers to make more efficient use of their IT resources while continuing to improve their users’ service levels. In addition to a raft of enhancements and new features, including a new architecture, Oracle Database 12c makes it easier for customers to take advantage of the Cloud through: 

Consolidating multiple databases with Oracle Multitenant


Automatically optimizing data storage and compression according to usage patterns


Providing continuous access with Oracle’s Maximum Availability Architecture


Securing enterprise data with comprehensive defense-in-depth strategy


Simplifying in-database analysis of Big Data


Efficient database management using Enterprise Manager Cloud Control


Technology Overview



Major New Oracle Database 12c Features and Products

·         Active Data Guard Far Sync
·         Adaptive Query Optimization
·         Application Continuity
·         Data Redaction
·         Global Data Services
·         Heat Map
·         Pattern Matching
·         SQL Translation Framework


Oracle Partitioning

Cost-Effective Database

Oracle Partitioning enhances database manageability, performance, and availability for a wide variety of applications. Oracle Partitioning allows tables, indexes, and index-organized tables to be subdivided into smaller pieces and managed cost-effectively on different disk storage tiers with a finer level of granularity to improve access performance.


How to recover a pluggable database in an Oracle 12c multitenant environment.




















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