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Exadata Smart Flash Cache – a note of understanding

I thought of publishing this post to serve as a note of understanding on Smart Flash Cache in an Exadata database system. It outlines the general behavior and working mechanism of flash in co-ordination with storage intelligence. Here we go – Exadata Smart Flash Cache The Oracle Exadata is meant to deliver high performance through … Continue reading

Exadata Hybrid Columnar Compression

The basic idea behind the Exadata Hybrid Columnar Compression (hereby referred as EHCC) is to reprise the benefits of column based storage while sustaining to the fundamental row based storage principle of Oracle database.¬†Oftentimes¬† the databases following column based storage claim that comparatively they needs less IO to retrieve a row than a row based … Continue reading

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Advanced Oracle PL/SQL Developer’s Guide – Second Edition

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Oracle Advanced PL/SQL Developer Professional Guide

Oracle Advanced PL/SQL Developer Professional Guide

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