Oracle Database Management Strategic Directions

1. Best Practices for managing Oracle database servers.
2. Oracle Fusion Middleware products like J2EE, ADF, XML, BPEL, SOA, Web Services, Discoverer...).
3. Oracle Application Servers and Apache.

 
 
Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Thoughts on Oracle Open World for DBAs

A very clear message is companies are getting a lot smarter on managing the infrastructure, application complexity and data explosion.  Virtualization is going to play an increasing role in future DBA operations.

RAC New Features in Oracle Database 11gR2

New features in Oracle Database 11gR2 for RAC and ASM are significant.  Before RAC new features were incremental in new releases.  In Oracle Database 11gR2 RAC new features are dramatic.

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Here are some key skills that are going to increase in demand:
  • Virtualization
  • ASM
  • Storage
  • Enterprise Architects
  • Oracle Fusion Middleware technology - SOA, JDeveloper, ADF, BPEL, Web Services, XML...

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