Blogs of the month
This blog lists the Best Database Management Software as:
- ManageEngine Applications Manager
- Raima Database Manager
- Redis Enterprise
- Oracle Database
- Database Labs
- Sadas Engine
- Percona Monitoring and Management
and gives an extensive overview of each. It also gives 11 other Database Management Software Options.
This blog was written as the author needed to create a dynamic selection of Top N in Oracle Analytics Project/Workbook. Read the full blog for more information.
Brendan Tierney writes:
“With multi-modal databases (such as Oracle and many more) you will typically work with data in different formats and for different purposes. One such data format is with data located external to the database. The data will exist in files on the operating systems on the DB server or on some connected storage device.
The following demonstrates how to move data to an Oracle Database Docker image and access this data using External Tables. (This based on an example from Oracle-base.com with a few additional commands).”
Tim Vlamis asks, “So how do you know which dashboards are worth the effort in time and resources to develop?“
Mark Daynes gives an introduction to Conditional Formatting in 6.1
Y.V Ravi Kumar goes through:
* Configuring Password-less SSH login
Main purpose of it is to have an out-of-the-box replacement for Moment.js which is part of APEX since we introduced our Calendar region with FullCalendar version 3. In APEX 21.1 this region was updated to use the newer version 5 of the underlying FullCalendar library, and this particular version doesn’t come with Moment.js anymore and changed many other things, especially from an API point of view. If you’re interested in these changes in more detail, we created a blog posting back when 21.1 was released to help developers to get started with this new version.”
Read the full blog for more.
Nicolas Barasz has written a best part series for Oracle Analytics – the first blog is here.
Richard Solari writes:
“The Covid-19 pandemic disrupted how and where work is traditionally done. But it also provided a unique opportunity for organizations to take analytics out of the back office and apply it in new ways – creating globally matrixed teams, providing new opportunities for employees, and ultimately changing the way project deliveries are executed. Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) has enabled us to do this and more in ways that were not as fully explored before the pandemic made it necessary.”
Deepak Vohra writes about:
*Setting the environment
*How to create a database object
*How to create an object table
Plus offering some extensive related information – blogs, data sheets, videos, demos and Oracle documentation
This week on Twitter
Highlights: The Future of the Data Lakehouse – Oracle Live
Submit your abstracts for Kscope 22 here
Videos such as:
A Look Back at ODTUG