Oak Table World 2016 was an incredible event. I couldn’t get over how many attendees at Oracle Open World approached me to say it was the highlight of their week and how much they enjoyed the incredible content from all of us Oakies. I have no doubt their appreciation and attendance meant a lot from the over 450 people that came through the doors to sit through the different presentations over two days at the Children’s Creativity Museum.
|New Events for Data Guard and Synchronous Redo Transport in 12c (1)|
|DDL triggers – interesting results|
|Delphix- Cannot Provision from Part of Timeflow|
|Fourteenth Anniversary For PeteFinnigan.com Limited And New Website|
|Wading Through Database Platforms|
|AWS Quirks and Fake News to the Delphix Admin Console|
||Long Parsing and PGA limits|
|Duplicate constraints are impossible right ?|
|Updated random_ninja and testdata_ninja packages|
|The real question is … why are you NOT blogging|
|Creating a RAC 12.1 Data Guard Physical Standby environment (4)|
|Performing in the cloud – network latency|
|Partition count for interval partitioned tables|
|Can AWS EC2 Instances “Exist” Without Any Volumes?|
|The AWS Trial and Changing IP Addresses|
|Band Join 12c|
|9th Circuit Court Ruling 3-0|
|Provisioning a VFile App to Connect to a VDB|
|TCP WMEM Fault in Delphix AWS Target|
The OakTable Challenge goes live whenever the OakTable Network sets up a stand at any of the public user-oriented events. Previous events which have seen an OakTable stand include: Miracle Open World, the UK Oracle User Group annual conference, and the Rocky Mountain Oracle User Group annual conference.
The OakTable Challenge is simple. Ask us (The OakTable members) any technical Oracle-related question and if we cannot provide you with either a solution or/and answer like, "yes", "no", "we need more information" or "cannot be done" within 24 hours, we'll give you a T-shirt that states that you challenged the OakTable Network - and won!