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A recent survey of Oracle DBAs indicated that only one-third of DBAs have ever applied a CPU or PSU patch. Find out why you should be prioritizing patches in our latest blog post.
This post will discuss a major problem that one Datavail client encountered with the size of the SYSAUX tablespace in Oracle 11g, and how Datavail’s team helped them resolve it.
What’s in-support and out-of-support for Oracle Database is a bit confusing right now.
Many organizations are migrating from Oracle to open source cloud platforms. PostgreSQL is among the world’s most advanced open source database platforms.
While the mainframe may have a shrinking user base in this era of the cloud, companies still on the mainframe are likely to remain there into the foreseeable future.
Like a band hiring studio musicians, a company planning to migrate from SQL Server 2008 before support ends on July 19 can benefit from skilled assistance.
One of our customers found there were some tables using advanced compression features, but did not have a license, and the tables were too large to be moved.