More database cloning magic with Oracle multi-tenancy and dNFS

Background One of the most exciting announcements at last years Oracle Open World #OOW19 was around multi-tenancy and Oracle change of licensing allowing non multi-tenant users to have up to 3 user-created PDB's in a container database at any time. https://docs.oracle.com/en/database/oracle/oracle-database/19/dblic/Licensing-Information.html#GUID-AB354617-6614-487E-A022-7FC9A5A08472 With the above, and the announcement of de-support of non-CDB architecture from 20c there... Continue Reading →

Oracle dNFS Throughput testing

Oracle Direct NFS In my previous Oracle dNFS Blog post I detailed how to configure Oracle 12cR2 to use Oracle dNFS multi-path, in this Blog I will share some test results that I achieved in my Oracle 12cR2 Pure Storage FlashBlade lab. Theoretical Limits A Gigabit Ethernet network can transmit 1,000,000,000 bits per second, as we normally... Continue Reading →

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