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Video : Scalable Sequences in Oracle Database 18c Onward

In today’s video we’ll discuss Scalable Sequences, which were documented for the first time in Oracle 18c.

The video is based on this article.

The star of today’s video is David Peak, who is now working on the Oracle Pandemic Response Systems. This video is a throwback to a hotel we stayed in at São Paulo a few years back.

Cheers

Tim…

Video : Vagrant Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) Build

In today’s video we’ll discuss how to build a 2-node RAC setup using Vagrant.

This video is based on the OL8 19c RAC build, but it’s similar to that of the OL7 19c RAC build also. If you don’t have access to the patches from MOS, stick with the OL7 build, as it will work with the 19.3 base release. The GitHub repos are listed here.

If you need some more words to read, you can find descriptions of the builds here, as well as a beginners guide to Vagrant.

Video : Temporal Validity in Oracle Database 12c Onward

In today’s video we discuss how Temporal Validity can make querying of effective date ranges simpler in Oracle 12c and beyond.

The video is based on this article.

The syntax looks similar to Flashback Query and Flashback Version Query.

Video Conference Equipment Breakdown

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Buying equipment can be really confusing because the reviews are very inconsistent, with a mix of 5 star and 1 star ratings. Also a lot depends on your experience level. If you are a beginner, simplicity is probably your number one priority. As you get more experienced, people often want greater levels of control (not me). So I thought I would give out a breakdown of what I use at the moment, just in case it helps anyone who is a bit confused.

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Video : Multitenant : Disk I/O (IOPS, MBPS) Resource Management for Pluggable Databases (PDBs)

In today’s video we’ll discuss how Resource Manager allows us to manage the disk I/O (IOPS, MBPS) usage in PDBs. This can be useful to stop a small number of PDBs using all disk IOPS and/or bandwidth on the server.

The video is based on the following article.

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Video : Multitenant : Memory Resource Management for Pluggable Databases (PDBs)

In today’s video we’ll discuss how Resource Manager allows us to manage the memory usage in PDBs. This can be useful to stop a small number of PDBs using all memory assigned to the instance.

This video was based on this article.

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Video : Multitenant : Dynamic CPU Scaling – Resource Manager Control of CPU using CPU_COUNT and CPU_MIN_COUNT

In today’s video we’ll discuss how Resource Manager can control CPU usage in PDBs using the CPU_COUNT and CPU_MIN_COUNT parameters. Oracle call this Dynamic CPU Scaling. This can be useful to stop a small number of PDBs using all CPU resources assigned to the instance.

This video is based on the following article.

Video : Instance Caging to Manage CPU Usage

In today’s video we’ll discuss instance caging to manage CPU usage. This can be useful when we are trying to consolidate multiple instances on a single server.

This video is based on the following article.

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Video : Simple Oracle Document Access (SODA) for SQLcl

In today’s video we give a demonstration of Simple Oracle Document Access (SODA) for SQLcl. SODA is a feature of Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS),
but this allows to access the document store directly from SQLcl.

This video is based on the following article.

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