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Oracle Open World 2019 Blog 1: Session Picks – Great Speakers

OOW Session Picks: Great Speakers In this series of Oracle Open World blogs we are going to pick out some sessions that are worth attending, either because the tech is..

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Data Analytics and the Confirmation Bias

“Wow!”, “Those graphs are cool.”, and “I didn’t know x was our most profitable customer.”, are examples of the responses that are typical when we deliver an Analytics solution to..

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How to choose the right MSP for Your Business

How the role of an MSP has changed & how to choose the right one for Your Business  

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Exploring Autonomous Data Warehouse: Part 4

Exploring ADW Part 4 - Auto-Scaling and Loading Data For this set of blogs I’ve been using the smallest amount of ADW, 1TB storage and 1 OCPU.  I’ve been moving GBs of data in and..

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Exploring Autonomous Data Warehouse: Part 3

Exploring ADW Part 3 - Using DataPump to Move Data IN and OUT of ADW In the previous two blogs we used the DBMS_CLOUD procedure to move data into ADW.  Here we are going to look..

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Exploring Autonomous Data Warehouse: Part 2

Now we have moved data into Cloud storage (see part 1) we want to move it into ADW.  It sounds pretty simple (and to be fair it is) but I can guarantee that the first time you do..

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Exploring Autonomous Data Warehouse: Part 1

Exploring ADW Part 1 - Uploading more than 1MB to object storage If you’re having a ‘play’, for want of a better word, in uploading data into object storage to use with something..

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Will 75% of your databases be in Cloud by 2023?

The prophets at Gartner tell us that relational technology will continue to be used for at least 70% of new applications and projects through 2020, and that by 2023, 75% of all..

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Oracle and Microsoft Partnership – A Match Made in Heaven

(Heaven is in the Clouds right)  I was really excited to hear about the official partnership between Oracle and Azure.  I initially saw the announcement on Twitter but only later..

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The Tortoise had a Point

We all know the fable of the Tortoise and the Hare – ‘slow and steady wins the race’ is an often-used mantra, and for good reason.  But how does it link with innovation in the..

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