Oracle Database Management Strategic Directions

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Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Oracle Database 11g New Product Features: Summary

The Oracle database continues to evolve with key outstanding features that will provide a high return on investment immediately out of the box with the new features in Oracle Database 11g. Every database vendor offers a database that offers specific benefits. What I have always liked about Oracle, is the Oracle Database Server has by far more feature functionality than any other vendor. This offers the DBA an extremely rich set of tools to solve complex problems in today's environments. In Oracle Database 11g, Oracle takes a very large leap in innovation and feature functionality.

Key features that everyone will be interested in include:
  • Awesome change ensurance features with Database Replay and SQL Replay.
  • Secure Files (next generation LOBs). Significantly faster than LOBs with more flexbility.
  • SQL Plan Management.
  • Java, XML DB, PL/SQL, APEX and PHP add a lot of performance and feature enhancements.
  • Excellent enhancements in compression and encryption across the board.
  • Very nice enhancements to partitioning, including automatic partitioning. New Partition Advisor.
  • Read only tables, Virtual columns and invisible indexes
  • Upgrade and downgrade enhancements.
  • Solid enhancements in RMAN, RAC, Data Guard and Data Pump
  • Automatic Diagnostic Repository.
  • ASM enhancements include Fast Mirror Resyncs, rolling upgrades, new SYSASM role and migrations to ASM.
  • Enhancements to temporary tablespaces.
  • Read only tables.
The Oracle Database 11g New Product Features blog (below) goes into more details of Oracle 11g New Features.

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