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Category: Oracle EBS

Shortcut to Fixing a Corrupted Oracle Inventory

Oracle Central Inventory files are essential to installing and patching software. The process for fixing a corrupted file can be found here.

Chad Cleveland | February 23, 2016

What Do Oracle’s Changed Certification Guidelines Mean?

Your Oracle certification may be set to expire. Most certified Oracle DBAs will need to re-certify before March 2016.

Patrick Gates | January 7, 2016

DevOps 2015 Trip Report

DevOps should be part of your IT strategy, part of what you are investing in, and it should be part of the capabilities your organization is developing.

Scott Frock | November 23, 2015

Bridging the Gap Between cron Scripts and OEM

You can do many of the same things with Oracle Enterprise Manager that you used to use cron scripts for. Datavail explains how.

John Kennan | September 4, 2015

How Do I Upgrade to Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c?

Oracle has designed the upgrading process for Enterprise Manager to be as smooth as possible. Click here for a few things to keep in mind when upgrading.

Avinash Kumar | August 27, 2015

Using Oracle Enterprise Manager for More Than Monitoring

Learn about some of the amazing things you can do with OEM12c, including Oracle Multitenant, Oracle Recovery Manager, OEM Cloud Control, and much more!

John Kennan | August 14, 2015

There’s a Better Way to Use Your DBAs

When an organization doesn’t have 24×7 support, the senior database administrator is typically forced to do low-level work and is placed on-call for emergencies. She becomes bogged down in “administrivia” and is unable to operate effectively.

Robin Caputo | July 15, 2015

Never Run Oracle on Windows

Ideally, you’ll want to run Oracle products on a supported operating system. If there are any issues, you can get the support as intended.

Patrick Gates | June 15, 2015

4 Top Trends in Database Management

Trends come and go, but many new concepts for database management are not flavor-of-the-month fads but have staying power, as well as the power to transform organizations.

Patrick Gates | June 9, 2014