Blogs of the month
In the Performance Hub page, it can show a yellow warning sign (⚠️) Read the blog to find out how to fix it!
Andrej Baranovskij shares the following video:
This blog starts with: “During the last week I learned how seldom Oracles Connection Manager (cman) is used. This also means it’s integrated into the ecosystem with less motivation – at least in comparison to other products.
One such a loose integration is the management of cman passwords in Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM)…”
Jonathan Lewis writes: “Here’s a little quiz that came to light on a database running 11g. It’s one of those anomalies that is likely to get noticed only in fairly extreme cases and it’s about DDL rather than DML so it shouldn’t be happening very often on anyone’s system.
Read through the following script which simply creates a table, populates it with 4 million rows and creates and index; then answer the question that follows.”
Read the blog to join in.
Jeffrey Thomas says, “In this series we will discuss the history of Big Data technologies and how they have impacted the Lakehouse Architectural pattern.”
He shares the following video:
Read David Kurtz’s blog here.
Connor McDonald begins by saying, “Sometimes in data centric applications, we want to store metadata (such as HTML or CSS or other such text) in a CLOB in a database table. For example, I might have a HTML file called “demo.html” that I want to later serve up to clients via APEX.”
Read his blog for more.
Videos such as:
Registering OCI Data Science Models in Oracle Analytics
My new favorite SQL JOIN !