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    Oracle Database In-Memory turns Oracle Database 12c into an in-memory database. It promises to accelerate performance for both analytics and queries using its dual format architecture. Find out more from a beta tester.

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  • Oracle Database In-Memory

    Oracle Database In-Memory is an optional add-on to Oracle Database 12c that enables Oracle's flagship relational software to function as an in-memory database.

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  • Oracle databases now supported on Windows Azure cloud, Hyper-V

    Oracle databases could only be virtualized with VMware until now. Windows Azure and Hyper-V shops can now run Oracle databases in their cloud or virtual environments.

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  • Oracle’s data redaction security feature riddled with flaws

    At Black Hat, David Litchfield skewered Oracle and its approach to security while detailing several flaws in a new Oracle database security feature.

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  • Black Hat 2012: David Litchfield slams Oracle database indexing

    At Black Hat 2012, longtime Oracle thorn David Litchfield presents working exploits targeting Oracle database indexing vulnerabilities.

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  • Using dynamic SQL statements in SQL Server and Oracle database design

    I am currently in the design phase of a new application. I would like the application to be flexible enough to use either SQL Server or Oracle databases. (End user can choose either.) Both databases can utilize stored procedures, but their approaches are different (syntax, etc. My question: Should...

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  • What tool can help with mass importing users into Active Directory?

    I need to be able to create hundreds of network accounts for students, including home directories. Ideally I would like to tap into an Oracle database to remove the relevant student names. Is there anything out there that can do this? A tool for creating many accounts in very short time would do.

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  • Allant speeds big data analytics with Kaminario K2 all-flash storage

    The Allant Group choose a 6 TB Kaminario K2 all-flash storage array block to speed up processing and queries to its Oracle databases.

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  • Which database is best for multiple platforms: Windows, Linux and Unix

    Linux expert Ken Milberg offers advice on database selection for the heterogeneous data center, and recommends Oracle based on market share, support and technical abilities.

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  • Quick Takes: Oracle announces database, app server records on Linux

    Oracle 10g database and application servers achieved record benchmarks on Linux, leading off this edition of Quick Takes. Also included are items from the Open Source Development Lab, Central Command, Candle Corp., GoldenGate Software, IBM and MandrakeSoft.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:

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