Replication of data is always a fun thing to look at; What is replicating?!  Discussions around, How do I get data from server/database A to server/database B or even to server/database C are valid questions and are often asked by management.  Often the simple (knee jerk) answer is, just set it up and start replicating.  […]

Last week I was at Collaborate 14 speaking in two sessions; one of the sessions I had done a couple of times before.  The other session was about the different ways of monitoring Oracle GoldenGate (If you are curious about the presentation it can be found here).  While at the conference I ran the idea […]

One of my presentations at Collaborate 14 this year revolves around how many different ways there are to monitor Oracle Golden Gate.   As I was putting the presentation together, I was listing out the different ways for monitoring. I have covered a few of the ways already in earlier posts.  What I want to show […]

I’m a little behind on my updating my blog with images of conferences where I will be speaking (I’ll get to that later and hopefully fix it).  In the meantime, I wanted to let everyone know that I will be speaking at IOUG Collaborate 2014 this year.  IOUG has decided to hold the conference in […]

For many people getting start with databases revolve around using Microsoft Access (MS Access). MS Access is an entry level “database” (if you can call it a database) that Microsoft has been putting out for years. Often people want to move older MS Access “databases” into enterprise databases as they become reliant on the information […]

When you start to look at high availability and replication of data many people look at either Oracle Data Guard or Oracle GoldenGate.  Personally, I opt for Oracle GoldenGate; however, it is not always the best fit for smaller environments where cost is a concern.  When cost is a concern, Oracle Data Guard is a […]

For all the benefits of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c (OEM), there is one draw back when using OEM with Real Application Clusters or Exadata…. checking the status of the EM Agent on each node.  When a node is bounced, some times the EM Agent does not always restart.  When this happens on a single instance […]

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