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With all of new features contained in this release, Oracle10G promises to be the most exciting Oracle release to date. This is part two of a series highlighting some of the hidden features that Oracle customers can look forward to when using the "latest and greatest" version of Oracle’s flagship database product, Oracle10G.
Thursday, December 02, 2004  |  Permalink |  Comments (0)
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The first in a series of blogs that provides information on the little-known features, the "Hidden Secrets of 10G", that are rarely discussed but are designed to improve the overall quality of the Oracle database environment.
Thursday, December 02, 2004  |  Permalink |  Comments (0)
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Part two of a two-part blog series that describes the new features contained in Oracle10G. In this blog, we'll review the following 10G new features: Automatic SGA Managment, Automatic Workload Repository, Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor, SQL Access Advisor, Transportble Tablesace and Data Pump. Maybe 10G should have been named 10A for automatic!
Thursday, December 02, 2004  |  Permalink |  Comments (3)
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Oracle claims that Oracle10G raises the competitive bar by which all future database servers will be judged. Oracle's latest release contains enhancements in virtually all areas of the database server, resulting in an Oracle database with improvements in scalability, availability, performance, manageability, multimedia datatype support and functionality. This blog is part one of a two part blog series that provide a high level overview of some of the more important (and hopefully, interesting) changes contained in Oracle’s latest release.
Thursday, November 18, 2004  |  Permalink |  Comments (1)
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