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Oracle Enterprise Edition: When Nice to Have becomes a Necessity
 
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If you're currently running Oracle Standard Edition and considering the possibility of upgrading to Enterprise Edition, this presentation is for you. Our Oracle expert discusses the fundamental features and benefits of Enterprise Edition and how they may align with your business objectives. Presented by: Arman Rawls, Senior Oracle Database Architect at Neovera. Learn more about Neovera's Oracle database services and expertise - https://www.neovera.com/content/database-services/oracle-dba-services/.
Views: 120 Neovera
oracle parallelism
 
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Views: 165 Fatma Aksu
Oracle SQL Tuning - Data Warehouse Star Transformations, Even with Standard Edition!
 
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Joining large tables in a Data Warehouse will often generate star transformations in the execution plan. So, what is a star transformation? And, what if you don't have Enterprise Edition - so you can't build Bitmap Indexes? In this free tutorial, Oracle Master John Watson will demonstrate star transformations in EE and how to make them work even without bitmap indexes - Standard Edition can save you thousands in licensing fees! This is Part 3 of a 5 Part series. View all video tutorials at SkillBuilders.com/EqualSQL.
Views: 4590 SkillBuilders
Analysing Parallel Execution Skew - Using Diagnostics / Tuning Pack license
 
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In this final part of the tutorial I show how to analyse Parallel Execution Skew if you happen to have a Diagnostics / Tuning Pack license. Having such a license can be very helpful for doing such an analysis, however the tools provided by Oracle still do have some shortcomings and bugs. These are demonstrated and finally I show how to perform such an analysis using my XPLAN_ASH utility that offers functionality not available out of the box from Oracle. It's advisable to watch the previous parts first: Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YKDns1EyTw Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BAiW6AwhfQ Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPzUr9ofQwE If you're interested in reproducing the SQLs analysed here, you can find the scripts as part of the following blog post: http://oracle-randolf.blogspot.de/2014/04/analysing-parallel-execution-skew-data.html
Views: 546 Randolf Geist
Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition OBIEE 11g
 
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Welcome to Parallel Branch, here learning is a choice not a challenge. Organizations and businesses are overloaded and overwhelmed by massive amounts of data business intelligence and analytics tools allow you to report analyzed model and forecast on this data to help make organizations make smarter decisions. Oracle the world leader in business analytics solutions has one of the most powerful and industry-leading tools called OBIEE which stands for Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition. Parallel Branch has a complete course crafted on obit capabilities by a team of expert with over 15 years experience intelligently integrated is self-paced online course gives you the specific skills businesses are looking for. You will learn how to created work with keep your eyes and scorecard build a news views and grass to analyze data create and modify custom BI dashboards, administer object in the Presentation Services catalog, build analyses and dashboards etc. Research shows that Oracle Certified Professional salaries are higher. Don't delay, get the IT skills with the respected certification and land on that bigger salary job. At Parallel Branch, courses are designed to engage you into activity-based learning so you can easily retain and apply what you learn in real-world. Lessons are easy to digest and well optimized to give you the most enjoyable learning experience you learn and obtain guidance from a world-class team of subject matter experts and instructional designers what are you waiting for register now at www.ParallelBranch.com
Views: 881 Parallel Branch
The Road to Lambda
 
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Lambdas were announced as a new language feature for Java in 2010 and will soon be available in Java SE 8. This session introduces the Java SE 8 language changes and takes a detailed look at their use by the planned parallel streams libraries. The new parallel data libraries will offer Java developers efficient and powerful tools for building highly scalable concurrent applications that fully utilize modern multicore systems. Authors: Paul Sandoz Paul Sandoz is the co-spec lead and implementation lead for JSR 311: Java API for RESTful Web Services. Previous to this Paul has participated in the W3C, ISO and ITU-T standards organizations and contributed to the Glassfish Web services stack on performance related technologies and improvements, namely the standardization, implementation, integration and interoperability of Fast Infoset. View more trainings by Paul Sandoz at https://www.parleys.com/author/paul-sandoz Brian Goetz Brian Goetz has been a professional software developer for more than twenty five years. Brian is the author of the very successful 'Java Concurrency in Practice', and has written over 75 articles on Java development. He was the specification lead for JSR-335 (Lambda Expressions for the Java Language) and has served on numerous other JCP Expert Groups. Brian is the Java Language Architect at Oracle. View more trainings by Brian Goetz at https://www.parleys.com/author/brian-goetz Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 196 Oracle Developers
Java EE  The Most Lightweight Enterprise Framework
 
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A long time ago, J2EE and especially application servers were considered to be too bloated and “heavyweight.” It could be quite tedious and discouraging for developers to use that technology for developing applications. But since the name change to Java EE, that assumption is not true anymore. This session shows the benefits of developing against a well-established standard, what makes a framework “lightweight,” and what a lightweight yet comprehensive solution for enterprise application could look like. Most of the time will be spent live-coding and comparing different approaches and scenarios, including building and deploying applications—on SaaS such as Oracle Cloud or on-premises.
Views: 24705 Oracle Developers
CON6826   Ask the Architects
 
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Bring your favorite questions about Java SE and the Java Development Kit—past, present, or future—to this open Q&A session with key architects from Oracle’s Java team Speakers: Brian Goetz, Java Language Architect, Oracle Brian Goetz is the Java Language Architect at Oracle, and was specification lead for JSR-335 (Lambda Expressions for the Java Language.) He is the author of the best-selling book "Java Concurrency in Practice" and is a frequent presenter at major industry conferences. Mark Reinhold, Chief Architect, Java Platform Group, Oracle Mark Reinhold is chief architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle. His past contributions to the platform include character-stream readers and writers, reference objects, shutdown hooks, the NIO high-performance I/O APIs, library generification, and service loaders. Reinhold was the lead engineer for the JDK 1.2 and 5.0 releases, the JCP specification lead for Java SE 6, and both the project and specification lead for JDK 7 (Java SE 7) and JDK 8 (Java SE 8). He currently leads the JDK 9 and Jigsaw projects in the OpenJDK Community, where he also serves on the Governing Board. Reinhold holds a Ph.D. in computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. You can follow him on Twitter at: @mreinhold. John Rose, Architect, Oracle JVM Architect; Da Vinci Machine Project, Project Panama, Project Valhalla. JSR 292 Specification Lead, specifying new support in the JVM standard for dynamic invocation and related facilities, such as type profiling and improved compiler optimizations. Has worked on Java(tm) technology at Sun since 1997, contributing widely to functionality and performance of the Sun/JDK stack, touching everything from hardware architecture to code generators to libraries to programming languages. Past projects include the design of Java inner classes, the initial port of HotSpot to SPARC, the Unsafe API, and various dynamic, parallel, and hybrid languages, including Common Lisp, Scheme (esh), dynamic bindings for C++.
Views: 994 Oracle Developers
Ask the JDK Architects
 
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Bring your favorite questions about Java SE and Java Development Kit—past, present, or future—to this open Q&A session with key architects from Oracle’s Java team. Authors: Mikael Vidstedt Mikael Vidstedt is a JVM Architect in the Java Platform Group at Oracle. He has been working with Java and JVM technology for more than 10 years, focusing on everything from compilers and optimization to operating systems and server virtualization. Mikael holds a master's degree in Computer Science from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm and is based in Santa Clara, CA. View more trainings by Mikael Vidstedt at https://www.parleys.com/author/mikael-vidstedt Brian Goetz Brian Goetz has been a professional software developer for more than twenty five years. Brian is the author of the very successful 'Java Concurrency in Practice', and has written over 75 articles on Java development. He was the specification lead for JSR-335 (Lambda Expressions for the Java Language) and has served on numerous other JCP Expert Groups. Brian is the Java Language Architect at Oracle. View more trainings by Brian Goetz at https://www.parleys.com/author/brian-goetz Mark Reinhold Mark Reinhold is Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle, where he works on the Java Platform, Standard Edition, and OpenJDK. His past contributions to the platform include character-stream readers and writers, reference objects, shutdown hooks, the NIO high-performance I/O APIs, library generification, and service loaders. Mark was the lead engineer for the 1.2 and 5.0 releases and the specification lead for Java SE 6. He is currently leading the Jigsaw and JDK 7 Projects in the OpenJDK Community. Mark holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. View more trainings by Mark Reinhold at https://www.parleys.com/author/mark-reinhold John Rose JVM Architect; Da Vinci Machine Project, Project Panama, Project Valhalla. JSR 292 Specification Lead, specifying new support in the JVM standard for dynamic invocation and related facilities, such as type profiling and improved compiler optimizations. Has worked on Java(tm) technology at Sun since 1997, contributing widely to functionality and performance of the Sun/JDK stack, touching everything from hardware architecture to code generators to libraries to programming languages. Past projects include the design of Java inner classes, the initial port of HotSpot to SPARC, the Unsafe API, and various dynamic, parallel, and hybrid languages, including Common Lisp, Scheme (esh), dynamic bindings for C++. View more trainings by John Rose at https://www.parleys.com/author/john-rose Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 331 Oracle Developers
SQL Server 2016 SP1  All the Enterprise Features You Ever Wanted—In Standard Edition
 
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In this webinar you will learn about all the key feature enhancements Microsoft has made to SQL Server 2016 SP1. Have you wanted to use In-Memory OLTP or data compression, but been hampered by your lack of budget? Service Pace 1 for 2016 changes the game in terms of features—there a few limitations, and you will learn about what the limits are. In addition, you will learn about some improvements to query plans that are included in SP1. With over a decade of IT experience at Fortune 500 companies and enterprise businesses, as well as expert certifications from Microsoft and virtualization software providers, Joey D’Antoni is considered to be a thought leader in cross-platform IT. He routinely works with a wide variety of data platforms including Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, Hadoop, etc. and possesses extensive experience in cloud design and architecture, specifically focused on hybrid cloud models. A frequent speaker at major IT conferences such as TechEd, PASS Summit, NoSQL Now, PASS Business Analytics Conference. SQL Server MVP, Dun and Bradstreet MVP, Joey holds a BS in Computer Information Systems from Louisiana Tech and an MBA from North Carolina State University.
Views: 878 DBAFundamentals
Ask the JDK Architects, Part 1
 
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Bring your favorite questions about Java SE and the Java Development Kit—past, present, or future—to this open Q&A session with key architects from Oracle’s Java team. Authors: Brian Goetz Brian Goetz has been a professional software developer for more than twenty five years. Brian is the author of the very successful 'Java Concurrency in Practice', and has written over 75 articles on Java development. He was the specification lead for JSR-335 (Lambda Expressions for the Java Language) and has served on numerous other JCP Expert Groups. Brian is the Java Language Architect at Oracle. View more trainings by Brian Goetz at https://www.parleys.com/author/brian-goetz Jeff Dinkins No bio available View more trainings by Jeff Dinkins at https://www.parleys.com/author/jeff-dinkins-5 John Rose JVM Architect; Da Vinci Machine Project, Project Panama, Project Valhalla. JSR 292 Specification Lead, specifying new support in the JVM standard for dynamic invocation and related facilities, such as type profiling and improved compiler optimizations. Has worked on Java(tm) technology at Sun since 1997, contributing widely to functionality and performance of the Sun/JDK stack, touching everything from hardware architecture to code generators to libraries to programming languages. Past projects include the design of Java inner classes, the initial port of HotSpot to SPARC, the Unsafe API, and various dynamic, parallel, and hybrid languages, including Common Lisp, Scheme (esh), dynamic bindings for C++. View more trainings by John Rose at https://www.parleys.com/author/john-rose Mark Reinhold Mark Reinhold is Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle, where he works on the Java Platform, Standard Edition, and OpenJDK. His past contributions to the platform include character-stream readers and writers, reference objects, shutdown hooks, the NIO high-performance I/O APIs, library generification, and service loaders. Mark was the lead engineer for the 1.2 and 5.0 releases and the specification lead for Java SE 6. He is currently leading the Jigsaw and JDK 7 Projects in the OpenJDK Community. Mark holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. View more trainings by Mark Reinhold at https://www.parleys.com/author/mark-reinhold Mikael Vidstedt Mikael Vidstedt is a JVM Architect in the Java Platform Group at Oracle. He has been working with Java and JVM technology for more than 10 years, focusing on everything from compilers and optimization to operating systems and server virtualization. Mikael holds a master's degree in Computer Science from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm and is based in Santa Clara, CA. View more trainings by Mikael Vidstedt at https://www.parleys.com/author/mikael-vidstedt Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 767 Oracle Developers
Parallels Desktop 14 Review | Performance, Windows Gaming & MacOS Mojave
 
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Virtual machines allow you to simulate other computers, so you can run Windows, Linux, or MacOS on top of your Mac. WHERE TO BUY Parallels Desktop: http://vtudio.com/a/?parallels TEST MACHINE 2016 13" MacBook Pro, 3.3GHz i7, 16GB RAM. SPECIAL THANKS Thanks for your support and if you have any suggestions or would like to help us produce more videos, please visit: https://vtudio.com/a/?support ADVANTAGES This on paper allows you to run Windows apps, games and try out the latest MacOS betas like Mojave without it affecting your current computer. DISADVANTAGES The disadvantages of doing this is that not all apps and games run at their full speed, but the advantages are that you can quickly jump in and out of say Windows apps and games without going through the hassle of installing Windows via bootcamp and having to restart your machine everytime you want to do something on the other OS. REVIEW In this review we're going to be walking you through the improvements made to Parallels Desktop in version 14 to let you know if it's a worthwhile buy if you've already got an older version and to also show you some of the things you can do if you're new to the whole world of virtual machines. SETUP As always setup is pretty simple, just download the installer from their website, double click, type in your admin password and you'll be up and running in no time. If you have any existing virtual machines, I always recommend installing the latest versions of Parallels Tools. Personally I was didn't experience any improvements to the size of my VM, but I perhaps I had an already optimized system going in and your milage may vary, and for all you Parallels Desktop 12 users out there like me, I actually managed to get Parallels Desktop 12 running fine on the Mojave Beta, though you won't be able to create a Mojave Beta virtual machine with it, for that you'll need the newer version. USER INTERFACE While there is a new control centre, I personally didn't find any changes to the menu system since v13 other than the new Share smart card readers option in USB & Bluetooth. PERFORMANCE Launching v14 was 3 times faster. (8:20 to 2:19) Launching a Windows 10 virtual machine was 30% faster. Launching a 3D model in 3D studio max was 2 seconds slower. Using 3D Studio max felt the same, but resources Activity Monitor reported v14 using 50 energy points while v13 used 150. Both Geekbench and Cinebench yielded higher scores with Geekbench going from 3300 to 3500 single core and 6100 to 6450 multicore, and Cinebench going from 36.5 fps to 40.35fps. When I ran a destroyer of worlds version of the test with Cinebench running on the Windows VM and natively on MacOS, I found that the Cinebench scores actually went down. However, note that I am running the launch version of Parallels Desktop 14, so I can imagine that there will be perhaps there's a bit more fine tuning to be done in future updates. GAMING Unfortunately no improvements have been made in DirectX support, so you won't be able to run any of the latest DirectX 12 games, but that doesn't mean that games won't run any faster. As you can see here the frame rate improvements tested earlier in Cinebench followed on in Sonic All Star Racing. Something also to bear in mind is that support for bluetooth controllers still didn't quite work, hopefully this will be fixed in future, but for now you can always plug them in via USB. MACOS One cool feature I wanted to finish up with is support for running MacOS as a Virtual Machine. Setting up is simple you just either select the installer you grabbed from the beta website or via the App Store, or even actually use the one found on your hard drives recovery partition. It's simple and really cool watch. Once it's setup there you go, you've got MacOS running, within MacOS. This is really useful if say you want to try out a new mac app you're not 100% on, you can quickly test it out on your VM knowing that if it's bad it won't damage your real MacOS. Or just as an excuse to try out the new MacOS beta. One thing to note is that why the OS itself runs pretty smooth you can see pretty high scores on geekbench, one thing I couldn't do is access the GPU which caused apps like Cinebench to just hang. CONCLUSION Alright, and that is it, overall, yes it's a little faster, it won't get you any new games running, but if you want the best support for Mojave or are new to the world of virtual machines then it's definitely worth getting. WHERE TO BUY Parallels Desktop: http://vtudio.com/a/?parallels FILMING TOOLS http://vtudio.com/tools MUSIC Vibe Tracks - TBF3 Links to products often include an affiliate tracking code which allow us to earn fees on purchases you make through them.
Views: 19656 Vtudio
Database consolidation on HPE Integrity Superdome X
 
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HPE Integrity Superdome X is the ideal platform for a database consolidation project The demo shows: • HPE Integrity Superdome X running Windows 2016 as OS • SDX hard partition feature • SQL Server 2016 and Oracle 12cR2 running in parallel on the same partition • CPU localization for a specific workload/database
Views: 259 Yann Allandit
Oracle Database 11g - Oracle
 
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Oracle Database 11g Release 2 provides the foundation for IT to successfully deliver more information with higher quality of service, reduce the risk of change within IT, and make more efficient use of their IT budgets.
Views: 50 iqrapub2010
Part 5: Partition creation, ASM RPM installation & ASM DISK creation & grid software Installation
 
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Real Application Clusters Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) is a database clustering solution that allows more than one instance to mount and open an Oracle database. RAC can only be used on special clustered systems with shared disk storage and a private network interconnect. A normal Oracle installation consists of a single Oracle instance that accesses a database on the same computer system. In contrast, RAC allows multiple instances on different computer systems (nodes in a cluster) to access the same database files simultaneously. Communication between instances is managed by the Distributed Lock Manager (DLM). To address the possibility of two or more instances attempting to modify the same information simultaneously, Oracle uses up to ten additional background processes, named LCK0 through LCK9, to lock the resources in use by these instances. RAC is available with Oracle Enterprise Edition, and under certain conditions, with Standard Edition as well. These restrictions (for Standard Edition) include: • Must use Oracle Clusterware (no third-party clusterware allowed); • Must use ASM to store database files; and • Can only use a max of 4 CPU sockets in the cluster (either 2 nodes with 2 CPUs each, or 4 nodes with 1 CPU each). • RAC was previously called Oracle Parallel Server (OPS). Oracle re-branded OPS as RAC when they released Oracle 9i. Benefits Running Oracle in RAC mode can benefit you in the following ways: • High availability - If some nodes fail, the remainder of the nodes will still be available for processing requests. Failover support is available from Oracle 8 with Oracle's Transparent Application Failover (TAF) technology and from Oracle 10g, server side load balancing. • Speedup (increased transaction response time) - RAC normally adds some overhead. However, for some DSS applications one can achieve increased performance by running operations in parallel (mainly for DSS applications). • Scale-up (increased transaction volume) - RAC can be used to provide increased application scalability (mainly used for OLTP applications).
Views: 711 Md Arshad
Lambda: A Peek Under the Hood
 
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The big language features for Java SE 8 are lambda expressions (closures) and default methods (formerly called defender methods or virtual extension methods). Adding closures to the language opens up a host of new expressive opportunities for applications and libraries, but how are they implemented? You might assume that lambda expressions are simply a more syntactically compact form of inner classes, but, in fact, the implementation of lambda expressions is substantially different and builds on the invokedynamic feature added in Java SE 7. Learn more in this session. Author: Brian Goetz Brian Goetz has been a professional software developer for more than twenty five years. Brian is the author of the very successful 'Java Concurrency in Practice', and has written over 75 articles on Java development. He was the specification lead for JSR-335 (Lambda Expressions for the Java Language) and has served on numerous other JCP Expert Groups. Brian is the Java Language Architect at Oracle. View more trainings by Brian Goetz at https://www.parleys.com/author/brian-goetz Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 4324 Oracle Developers
demo of dbvisit replicate online migration
 
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Shows how an online Oracle migration from Enterprise Edition (with partitioned tables) to Standard Edition database looks like. Part of blog article on http://ronr.blogspot.nl/2012/08/copy-schema-with-partitioning-online-to.html
Views: 143 Ronald Rood
The Undiscovered Country: Useful Built-in Database Packages You've Never Heard About
 
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Presented by Morten Egan 13 September 2012 Summary In this session we will take a look at some of the lesser known PL/SQL packages that come with the Oracle database. Packages like DBMS_ASSERT, DBMS_CRYPTO and DBMS_PARALLEL_EXECUTE. We will take a look at some of the utility packages that could come in handy such as UTL_NLA and UTL_MATCH, look briefly at some of the helper functions from UTL_INADDR and UTL_URL. At the end, I will take a look at some of the good packages from the Oracle community that will help you get your work done faster and smarter. A live Q&A session with Morten Egan will follow the presentation. For our complete archive, and to sign up for upcoming webinars please go to http://www.red-gate.com/oracle-webinars
Views: 1874 Redgate Videos
What is ALATO and Why is it Useful?
 
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ALATO is a Lightweight Database Administration Tool for the Oracle 11g or 12c Database. This tutorial identifies the a couple of shortcomings within 12c DB Express for example, scheduling backups and managing ASM storage, that are easily accomplished in ALATO. (Note: 12c does not provide DB Control!) ALATO provides easy-to-use GUI for scheduling all of the following and more: RMAN backup, datapump database export, datapump database import, APEX application exports. ALATO also includes functionality for storage management, Oracle ASM management, tablespace management, database monitoring and system threshold alerts and alert log notifications. (Yes, even on XE, SE, SE1 and SE2!) ALATO is a perfect solution for: 1 ISV's shipping Oracle Database under an "embedded license" where OEM is not available 2 12c Standard Edition customers who need more features than available with "DB Express". NOTE: DB Control is not available in 12c. 3 Enterprise Edition customers who don't require the overhead and complexity of Cloud Control. Learn more about ALATO at http://skillbuilders.com/alato. ALATO is free for use on Oracle Express Edition. A free trial download is also available, or if you prefer, you can login and take a test drive on our demo site. http://skillbuilders.com/alato
Views: 1180 SkillBuilders
Oracle SQL Monitoring and Write Consistency Demo
 
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This hacking session demonstrates the effect of Oracle's write consistency requirements and statement restarts done under the hood when specific conditions are met. I'm using SQL Monitoring reports to easily see when such an issue has happened.
Views: 775 Tanel Poder
Part 7: Database software installation & database creation & bash profile setup of the users
 
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Real Application Clusters Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) is a database clustering solution that allows more than one instance to mount and open an Oracle database. RAC can only be used on special clustered systems with shared disk storage and a private network interconnect. A normal Oracle installation consists of a single Oracle instance that accesses a database on the same computer system. In contrast, RAC allows multiple instances on different computer systems (nodes in a cluster) to access the same database files simultaneously. Communication between instances is managed by the Distributed Lock Manager (DLM). To address the possibility of two or more instances attempting to modify the same information simultaneously, Oracle uses up to ten additional background processes, named LCK0 through LCK9, to lock the resources in use by these instances. RAC is available with Oracle Enterprise Edition, and under certain conditions, with Standard Edition as well. These restrictions (for Standard Edition) include: • Must use Oracle Clusterware (no third-party clusterware allowed); • Must use ASM to store database files; and • Can only use a max of 4 CPU sockets in the cluster (either 2 nodes with 2 CPUs each, or 4 nodes with 1 CPU each). • RAC was previously called Oracle Parallel Server (OPS). Oracle re-branded OPS as RAC when they released Oracle 9i. Benefits Running Oracle in RAC mode can benefit you in the following ways: • High availability - If some nodes fail, the remainder of the nodes will still be available for processing requests. Failover support is available from Oracle 8 with Oracle's Transparent Application Failover (TAF) technology and from Oracle 10g, server side load balancing. • Speedup (increased transaction response time) - RAC normally adds some overhead. However, for some DSS applications one can achieve increased performance by running operations in parallel (mainly for DSS applications). • Scale-up (increased transaction volume) - RAC can be used to provide increased application scalability (mainly used for OLTP applications).
Views: 174 Md Arshad
Java8 ||Anonymous Inner Class vs Lambda Expressions || Session - 4 || On 03-08-2018 by Durga Sir
 
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Oracle Java Certification: Shortest Way To Crack OCA 1Z0-808 Just @ Rs 640/- 1. For Java SE 8 Programmer I Exam 2. Topic wise Tests and Grand Tests 3. 280 Realistic Questions With Clear Explanation 4. Study Material (408 Pages) 5. Question Bank (107 Pages) 6. Videos (63 Sessions) Use the below links to access Durga Sir Videos and Downloadable Materials and Topic wise Tests and Grand Tests with Life-Time Access. 1. Oracle Java Certification: Shortest Way To Crack OCA 1Z0-808 Link: https://goo.gl/vcMKjz 2. Java 8 New Features In Simple Way Link: https://goo.gl/F2NfZi 3. Java 9 New Features In Simple Way: JShell, JPMS and More Link: https://goo.gl/s9PP1p 4. Complete JDBC Programming Part-1 Link: https://goo.gl/uT9sav 5. Complete JDBC Programming Part-2 Link: https://goo.gl/VmhM7t For More Info: DURGASOFT Online Team mail: [email protected] Ph:8885252627,7207212427/28
Part 4: Prepare RAC2 node, oracle grid & database Software transfer & Unzip
 
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Real Application Clusters Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) is a database clustering solution that allows more than one instance to mount and open an Oracle database. RAC can only be used on special clustered systems with shared disk storage and a private network interconnect. A normal Oracle installation consists of a single Oracle instance that accesses a database on the same computer system. In contrast, RAC allows multiple instances on different computer systems (nodes in a cluster) to access the same database files simultaneously. Communication between instances is managed by the Distributed Lock Manager (DLM). To address the possibility of two or more instances attempting to modify the same information simultaneously, Oracle uses up to ten additional background processes, named LCK0 through LCK9, to lock the resources in use by these instances. RAC is available with Oracle Enterprise Edition, and under certain conditions, with Standard Edition as well. These restrictions (for Standard Edition) include: • Must use Oracle Clusterware (no third-party clusterware allowed); • Must use ASM to store database files; and • Can only use a max of 4 CPU sockets in the cluster (either 2 nodes with 2 CPUs each, or 4 nodes with 1 CPU each). • RAC was previously called Oracle Parallel Server (OPS). Oracle re-branded OPS as RAC when they released Oracle 9i. Benefits Running Oracle in RAC mode can benefit you in the following ways: • High availability - If some nodes fail, the remainder of the nodes will still be available for processing requests. Failover support is available from Oracle 8 with Oracle's Transparent Application Failover (TAF) technology and from Oracle 10g, server side load balancing. • Speedup (increased transaction response time) - RAC normally adds some overhead. However, for some DSS applications one can achieve increased performance by running operations in parallel (mainly for DSS applications). • Scale-up (increased transaction volume) - RAC can be used to provide increased application scalability (mainly used for OLTP applications).
Views: 151 Md Arshad
Comparison Method Violates Its General Contract! (Part 1) by Stuart Marks
 
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Why does sorting sometimes throw this exception? What does it mean? And why does it sometimes occur and sometimes work fine? The answer is in the Comparator interface. A Comparator has one task: to compare two objects. What could be simpler? There are many ways to get it wrong. Writing a complex Comparator is tedious and error-prone. A single mistake can lead to the dreaded error. In this talk, we take a detailed look at Comparators and examine how to write a correct Comparator. We cover several common pitfalls. We also cover some utility methods introduced in Java 8 that make it easy to compose complex Comparators from simpler ones. These enable you to write correct, sophisticated Comparators much more quickly and easily. # Stuart Marks Stuart Marks is a Principal Member of Technical Staff in the Java Platform Group at Oracle. He is currently working on a variety of JDK core libraries projects, including Collections, Lambda, and Streams, as well as improving test quality and performance. As his alter ego "Dr Deprecator" he also works on the Java SE deprecation mechanism. He has previously worked on JavaFX and Java ME at Sun Microsystems. He has over twenty years of software platform product development experience in the areas of window systems, interactive graphics, and mobile and embedded systems. Stuart holds a Master's degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
Views: 1223 Devoxx
Global Index rebuild scenario in Oracle Database 11g
 
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Why and How we need to rebuild global Index in Oracle 11g
Views: 3388 Athar Fahad
Oracle Tuning Mistakes and Solutions
 
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Oracle 12c Multi-Threaded Database (parameter threaded_execution=true) provides an fantastic performance improvement by reducing the number of background processes. In this free tutorial, Oracle Certified Master John Watson of SkillBuilders demonstrates how to enable this feature and the resulting performance benefit - in John's demo, a doubling of performance! See all free Oracle 12c tutorials at http://www.skillbuilders.com/free-oracle-tutorials.
Views: 3751 SkillBuilders
Java8 ||Lambda Expressions Multithreading & Collections||Session - 3 || On 01-08-2018 by Durga Sir
 
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Oracle Java Certification: Shortest Way To Crack OCA 1Z0-808 Just @ Rs 640/- 1. For Java SE 8 Programmer I Exam 2. Topic wise Tests and Grand Tests 3. 280 Realistic Questions With Clear Explanation 4. Study Material (408 Pages) 5. Question Bank (107 Pages) 6. Videos (63 Sessions) Use the below links to access Durga Sir Videos and Downloadable Materials and Topic wise Tests and Grand Tests with Life-Time Access. 1. Oracle Java Certification: Shortest Way To Crack OCA 1Z0-808 Link: https://goo.gl/vcMKjz 2. Java 8 New Features In Simple Way Link: https://goo.gl/F2NfZi 3. Java 9 New Features In Simple Way: JShell, JPMS and More Link: https://goo.gl/s9PP1p 4. Complete JDBC Programming Part-1 Link: https://goo.gl/uT9sav 5. Complete JDBC Programming Part-2 Link: https://goo.gl/VmhM7t For More Info: DURGASOFT Online Team mail: [email protected] Ph:8885252627,7207212427/28
Part 3: Making clone of RAC1 node for preparing RAC2 node & create share drive
 
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Real Application Clusters Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) is a database clustering solution that allows more than one instance to mount and open an Oracle database. RAC can only be used on special clustered systems with shared disk storage and a private network interconnect. A normal Oracle installation consists of a single Oracle instance that accesses a database on the same computer system. In contrast, RAC allows multiple instances on different computer systems (nodes in a cluster) to access the same database files simultaneously. Communication between instances is managed by the Distributed Lock Manager (DLM). To address the possibility of two or more instances attempting to modify the same information simultaneously, Oracle uses up to ten additional background processes, named LCK0 through LCK9, to lock the resources in use by these instances. RAC is available with Oracle Enterprise Edition, and under certain conditions, with Standard Edition as well. These restrictions (for Standard Edition) include: • Must use Oracle Clusterware (no third-party clusterware allowed); • Must use ASM to store database files; and • Can only use a max of 4 CPU sockets in the cluster (either 2 nodes with 2 CPUs each, or 4 nodes with 1 CPU each). • RAC was previously called Oracle Parallel Server (OPS). Oracle re-branded OPS as RAC when they released Oracle 9i. Benefits Running Oracle in RAC mode can benefit you in the following ways: • High availability - If some nodes fail, the remainder of the nodes will still be available for processing requests. Failover support is available from Oracle 8 with Oracle's Transparent Application Failover (TAF) technology and from Oracle 10g, server side load balancing. • Speedup (increased transaction response time) - RAC normally adds some overhead. However, for some DSS applications one can achieve increased performance by running operations in parallel (mainly for DSS applications). • Scale-up (increased transaction volume) - RAC can be used to provide increased application scalability (mainly used for OLTP applications).
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Oracle Star Transformation
 
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Oracle Star Transformation
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Ask the JDK Architects by Mark Reinhold/Alan Bateman/Robert Field/Stuart Marks
 
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Bring your favorite questions about Java SE and the Java Development Kit—past, present, or future—to this open Q&A session with key architects from Oracle's Java team.
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Moving Java Forward Faster by Mark Reinhold & Brian Goetz
 
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The Java SE Platform and the JDK are moving to a rapid, six-month release cadence, with the next release in March 2018. We’ll review the motivations for this change, discuss some of its consequences, and take a look ahead at the pipeline of features currently in development. # Mark Reinhold Mark Reinhold is Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle. His past contributions to the platform include character-stream readers and writers, reference objects, shutdown hooks, the NIO high-performance I/O APIs, library generification, service loaders, and the Jigsaw module system. Mark has held key leadership roles in every Java SE and JDK release since version 1.2, in 1998. He currently leads the JDK Project in the OpenJDK Community, where he also serves on the Governing Board. Mark holds a Ph.D. in computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. # Brian Goetz Brian Goetz is the Java Language Architect at Oracle, and was the specification lead for JSR-335 (Lambda Expressions for the Java Programming Language.) He is the author of the best-selling Java Concurrency in Practice, as well as over 75 articles on Java development, and has been fascinated by programming since Jimmy Carter was President.
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Oracle Data Export and Import using DataPump expdp and impdp
 
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Oracle Data Export and Import using DataPump expdp and impdp
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Part 1: Redhat linux Installation for RAC
 
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Real Application Clusters Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) is a database clustering solution that allows more than one instance to mount and open an Oracle database. RAC can only be used on special clustered systems with shared disk storage and a private network interconnect. A normal Oracle installation consists of a single Oracle instance that accesses a database on the same computer system. In contrast, RAC allows multiple instances on different computer systems (nodes in a cluster) to access the same database files simultaneously. Communication between instances is managed by the Distributed Lock Manager (DLM). To address the possibility of two or more instances attempting to modify the same information simultaneously, Oracle uses up to ten additional background processes, named LCK0 through LCK9, to lock the resources in use by these instances. RAC is available with Oracle Enterprise Edition, and under certain conditions, with Standard Edition as well. These restrictions (for Standard Edition) include: • Must use Oracle Clusterware (no third-party clusterware allowed); • Must use ASM to store database files; and • Can only use a max of 4 CPU sockets in the cluster (either 2 nodes with 2 CPUs each, or 4 nodes with 1 CPU each). • RAC was previously called Oracle Parallel Server (OPS). Oracle re-branded OPS as RAC when they released Oracle 9i. Benefits Running Oracle in RAC mode can benefit you in the following ways: • High availability - If some nodes fail, the remainder of the nodes will still be available for processing requests. Failover support is available from Oracle 8 with Oracle's Transparent Application Failover (TAF) technology and from Oracle 10g, server side load balancing. • Speedup (increased transaction response time) - RAC normally adds some overhead. However, for some DSS applications one can achieve increased performance by running operations in parallel (mainly for DSS applications). • Scale-up (increased transaction volume) - RAC can be used to provide increased application scalability (mainly used for OLTP applications).
Views: 283 Md Arshad
Ask the JDK Architects, Part 2
 
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Part 2! Bring your favorite questions about Java SE and the Java Development Kit—past, present, or future—to this open Q&A session with key architects from Oracle’s Java team. Authors: Brian Goetz Brian Goetz has been a professional software developer for more than twenty five years. Brian is the author of the very successful 'Java Concurrency in Practice', and has written over 75 articles on Java development. He was the specification lead for JSR-335 (Lambda Expressions for the Java Language) and has served on numerous other JCP Expert Groups. Brian is the Java Language Architect at Oracle. View more trainings by Brian Goetz at https://www.parleys.com/author/brian-goetz Jeff Dinkins No bio available View more trainings by Jeff Dinkins at https://www.parleys.com/author/jeff-dinkins-5 John Rose JVM Architect; Da Vinci Machine Project, Project Panama, Project Valhalla. JSR 292 Specification Lead, specifying new support in the JVM standard for dynamic invocation and related facilities, such as type profiling and improved compiler optimizations. Has worked on Java(tm) technology at Sun since 1997, contributing widely to functionality and performance of the Sun/JDK stack, touching everything from hardware architecture to code generators to libraries to programming languages. Past projects include the design of Java inner classes, the initial port of HotSpot to SPARC, the Unsafe API, and various dynamic, parallel, and hybrid languages, including Common Lisp, Scheme (esh), dynamic bindings for C++. View more trainings by John Rose at https://www.parleys.com/author/john-rose Mark Reinhold Mark Reinhold is Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle, where he works on the Java Platform, Standard Edition, and OpenJDK. His past contributions to the platform include character-stream readers and writers, reference objects, shutdown hooks, the NIO high-performance I/O APIs, library generification, and service loaders. Mark was the lead engineer for the 1.2 and 5.0 releases and the specification lead for Java SE 6. He is currently leading the Jigsaw and JDK 7 Projects in the OpenJDK Community. Mark holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. View more trainings by Mark Reinhold at https://www.parleys.com/author/mark-reinhold Mikael Vidstedt Mikael Vidstedt is a JVM Architect in the Java Platform Group at Oracle. He has been working with Java and JVM technology for more than 10 years, focusing on everything from compilers and optimization to operating systems and server virtualization. Mikael holds a master's degree in Computer Science from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm and is based in Santa Clara, CA. View more trainings by Mikael Vidstedt at https://www.parleys.com/author/mikael-vidstedt Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 418 Oracle Developers
CON2483   Java SE 8 for Java EE Developers
 
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Java SE 8 brings a bounty of improvements: lambda expressions, the new date and time API, completable futures, streams, and the fork/join common pool. This code-intensive session explores how these Java SE 8 features can be utilized inside Java EE 7 applications with APIs such as Servlet, JAX-RS, WebSocket, CDI, EJB 3, JPA, JMS, and Concurrency Utilities for Java EE. It also briefly looks at how Java SE 8 features could be effectively incorporated into Java EE 8 and beyond. Speakers: Edward Bratt, Senior Development Manager, Oracle José Paumard, CTO, JPEFI José is an assistant professor at the Institut Galilée (Université Paris 13) and a PhD in applied mathematics from the ENS de Cachan. He has discovered the Java language in 1995, and has been teaching the Java technologies at the university since 1998. José has also been working as an independant for 20 years. He works for numerous companies, in a variety of areas and projects, as a well known Java / Java EE / software craftsmanship expert and trainer. He gives talks at various conferences, including JavaOne and Devoxx. He also writes technical articles for various media including Java Magazine. Passionate about education, he publishes MOOC for several companies: Oracle Virtual Technology Summit, Pluralsight, Microsoft Virtual Academy and Voxxed. He also writes technical articles on his blog "Java le soir", (mostly in french, http://blog.paumard.org/), with about 750 pages of courses about Java / Java EE in open access. He also works for the Java community in Paris, as a lead member of the Paris JUG for 6 years, and co-founder of Devoxx France.
Views: 428 Oracle Developers
Java 9: Release date July 27 and new Features - Finoit ( Java Application Development Company)
 
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9 new features in Java 9, Java 9: The Ultimate Feature List, JDK 9 Is Feature Complete, Java Platform, Standard Edition What's New in Oracle JDK 9,Java 9 gets a release date: July 27. Finoit ( Java Application Development Company) - https://www.finoit.com/java-application-development-technologies/. == Mobile App & Web application Development Company- https://www.finoit.com/ Mobile App Development Company India- https://www.finoit.com/mobile-application-development/ iPhone App Development Company- http://www.finoit.com/iphone-app-development/ eCommerce web application development -http://www.finoit.com/ecommerce-solutions/ Android App Development Company- http://www.finoit.com/android-app-development/ Mobile Learning Solutions Provider Company - http://www.finoit.com/mobile-learning-solutions/ Web Development company - http://www.finoit.com/web-development-services/ Web application development company - http://www.finoit.com/application-development-services/ CRM application development company - http://www.finoit.com/application-development-services/ ERP application development company - http://www.finoit.com/application-development-services/ Legacy Application Migration Service Provider - http://www.finoit.com/migrating-legacy-application/ hire dedicated resources - http://www.finoit.com/hire-dedicated-resources/ Java application development company - http://www.finoit.com/java-application-development-technologies/ hire dedicated resources for softwares - http://www.finoit.com/hire-dedicated-resources/ Microsoft dot net development solutions - http://www.finoit.com/dotnet-development-technologies/ IOT Application Development Company - http://www.finoit.com/internet-of-things/ Offshore Outsourcing Software Development Company - http://www.finoit.com/offshore-collaboration/ Automotive & Transportation Software Development Company- http://www.finoit.com/automotive-software-development/ Travel and hospitality software development company - http://www.finoit.com/travel-tourism-and-hospitality/ Retail and Consumer Products Solutions - http://www.finoit.com/retail-consumer-products/ Media and Entertainment IT Services & software development solutions - http://www.finoit.com/media-and-entertainment/ Software development company for Energy and Utility- http://www.finoit.com/energy-and-utilities/ Custom Healthcare Software Application Development Services & Company - http://www.finoit.com/healthcare-and-life-sciences/ banking and financial software solutions provider company - http://www.finoit.com/banking-financial-services/ === Find us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FinoitTechnologies Twitter - https://twitter.com/finoit Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/u/0/108108514865682066373 Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/company/finoit-technologies-i-pvt-ltd- == java development services, java app development, java developer, java development company, java app development company, java app developmentcompany noida, java app development company India, java app development company Delhi/NCR
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Java 8 and beyond keynote
 
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Update on Java 8 and beyond by Mark Reinhold and Brian Goetz. Authors: Mark Reinhold Mark Reinhold is Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle, where he works on the Java Platform, Standard Edition, and OpenJDK. His past contributions to the platform include character-stream readers and writers, reference objects, shutdown hooks, the NIO high-performance I/O APIs, library generification, and service loaders. Mark was the lead engineer for the 1.2 and 5.0 releases and the specification lead for Java SE 6. He is currently leading the Jigsaw and JDK 7 Projects in the OpenJDK Community. Mark holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Brian Goetz Brian Goetz has been a professional software developer for more than twenty five years. Brian is the author of the very successful 'Java Concurrency in Practice', and has written over 75 articles on Java development. He was the specification lead for JSR-335 (Lambda Expressions for the Java Language) and has served on numerous other JCP Expert Groups. Brian is the Java Language Architect at Oracle. Stephen Chin Stephen Chin is a technical expert in RIA technologies, and Chief Agile Methodologist at GXS. He coauthored the Apress Pro JavaFX Platform title, which is the leading technical reference for JavaFX, and is lead author of the Pro Android Flash title. In addition, Stephen runs the very successful Silicon Valley JavaFX User Group, which has hundreds of members and tens of thousands of online viewers, and also is co-organizer for the Flash on Devices User Group. Finally, he is a Java Champion, chair of the OSCON Java conference, and an internationally recognized speaker featured at Devoxx, Jazoon, and JavaOne, where he received a Rock Star Award. Stephen can be followed on twitter @steveonjava and reached via his blog: http://steveonjava.com/ Richard Bair Richard Bair is an application developer with over 7 years experience in writing SQL database front ends. Four of those years were devoted to writing Java applications based on Swing and JDBC. He is currently tasked with working on the back-end components in JDNC for communicating with various data stores such as RDBMS systems, web services, and EJB servers, as well as working on Swing components and general JDNC project management. He joined Sun Microsystems in November of 2004 as a member of the Swing team, working full time on the JDNC project.
Views: 159 Parleys
Java SE 8 for Java EE Developers by David Delabassee/José Paumard
 
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Java SE 8 brings a bounty of improvements - Lambda Expressions, the new Date Time API, Completable Futures, streams and the fork/join common pool. In this code intensive session we will explore how these Java SE 8 features can be utilized inside Java EE 7 applications with APIs such as Servlet, JAX-RS, WebSocket, CDI, EJB 3, JPA, JMS and Java EE Concurrency Utilities. We will also briefly explore how Java SE 8 features could be effectively incorporated into Java EE 8 and beyond.
Views: 2128 Devoxx
Oracle Java SE 8 (JDK 8) Lambdas & Streams MOOC Overview-Starts Dec. 2, 2016
 
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Enrollment here: https://apexapps.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=44785:145:0::::P145_EVENT_ID,P145_PREV_PAGE:5067,143 Java SE 8 (JDK 8) Introduced a fundamentally new way of programming in Java with the introduction of Lambda expressions. Lambda provides a simple way to pass functionality as an argument to another method, such as what action should be taken when someone clicks a button, or how to sort a set of names. Lambda expressions enable you to do this, to treat functionality as method argument, or code as data. You may have heard about Lambda, and are curious what impact it will have on you as a Java developer. This 3 week course is designed to answer your questions and more. * Have you ever wondered what lambda expressions are in Java? * Have you ever wanted to write parallel code in Java without worrying about threads and locking? * Have you ever wanted to process collections of data without using loops? * Have you ever wanted to do functional programming in Java? All of these questions will be answered in this practical hands-on MOOC. ================================= For more information, see http://www.oracle.com/goto/oll Copyright © 2015 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Upgrading SQL Server 2008 to Newer Version
 
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The end of Extended Support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008R2 is coming faster than you know, as of July 2019. It’s important that your organization takes the necessary steps so you’re prepared for the migration. A database migration is not always straightforward and requires preparation, testing and implementation and these processes could take up to 9 months depending on environment size. In this session We will discuss the steps that you need to ensure that you have the smoothest migration to the SQL Server 2016 and beyond.
Views: 3148 Technocraft
Part 2:  Network, user & group, etc host file configuration
 
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Real Application Clusters Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) is a database clustering solution that allows more than one instance to mount and open an Oracle database. RAC can only be used on special clustered systems with shared disk storage and a private network interconnect. A normal Oracle installation consists of a single Oracle instance that accesses a database on the same computer system. In contrast, RAC allows multiple instances on different computer systems (nodes in a cluster) to access the same database files simultaneously. Communication between instances is managed by the Distributed Lock Manager (DLM). To address the possibility of two or more instances attempting to modify the same information simultaneously, Oracle uses up to ten additional background processes, named LCK0 through LCK9, to lock the resources in use by these instances. RAC is available with Oracle Enterprise Edition, and under certain conditions, with Standard Edition as well. These restrictions (for Standard Edition) include: • Must use Oracle Clusterware (no third-party clusterware allowed); • Must use ASM to store database files; and • Can only use a max of 4 CPU sockets in the cluster (either 2 nodes with 2 CPUs each, or 4 nodes with 1 CPU each). • RAC was previously called Oracle Parallel Server (OPS). Oracle re-branded OPS as RAC when they released Oracle 9i. Benefits Running Oracle in RAC mode can benefit you in the following ways: • High availability - If some nodes fail, the remainder of the nodes will still be available for processing requests. Failover support is available from Oracle 8 with Oracle's Transparent Application Failover (TAF) technology and from Oracle 10g, server side load balancing. • Speedup (increased transaction response time) - RAC normally adds some overhead. However, for some DSS applications one can achieve increased performance by running operations in parallel (mainly for DSS applications). • Scale-up (increased transaction volume) - RAC can be used to provide increased application scalability (mainly used for OLTP applications).
Views: 202 Md Arshad
Java Champions and JUG Leaders Meet Oracle Executives
 
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This panel discussion features Java Champions, JUG leaders, and Oracle software executives. Authors: Georges Saab Georges Saab is the chairperson of the OpenJDK governing board, and vice president of development for the Java Platform group at Oracle, which defines and implements the Java language, library, and the Java Virtual Machine. Saab is a more than 20-year veteran of programming language and platform development. His work with the Java Platform began as a developer of Java Standard Edition at JavaSoft and Sun Microsystems, where he was a founder of the Swing group and Java Webstart, and continued as he ran development of the JRockit JVM for many years at BEA Systems. View more trainings by Georges Saab at https://www.parleys.com/author/georges-saab Henrik Ståhl Henrik Stahl is VP of Product Management for Java and Internet of Things for Oracle, responsible for product vision and strategy for these areas. He joined Oracle as part of the BEA Systems acquisition, where he served in a similar capacityfor the JRockit family of products, which sums up to over 10 years working with JVM and Java strategy and development. During his time at Oracle, Henrik lead the effort getting the Exalogic engineered system out of the door, and for the past three years he has been driving Internet of Things strategy across Oracle focused on intelligent devices and value from business processes and data analytics. Prior to BEA, Henrik was co-founder and CTO of Swedish consultancy Omegapoint AB, the lead developer of the Swedish BankID service for issuing digital IDs to Swedish citizens and held positions at Parallel Systems, the Swedish Defence Material Administration and Ericsson in areas including IT security, system architecture and development, network engineering and support. Mr. Stahl holds a Master of Science in Engineering Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden. He lives with his family in California and spends his spare time doing random sports, gardening and playing flamenco guitar. View more trainings by Henrik Ståhl at https://www.parleys.com/author/henrik-stahl Mattias Karlsson undefined View more trainings by Mattias Karlsson at https://www.parleys.com/author/mattias-karlsson Peter Utzschneider Mr. Utzschneider is responsible for market strategy for Java SE, JavaFX, Java ME and Java Embedded products with focus on the commercial success of the Java products, vibrancy of the Java community and Oracle's ongoing commitment to the language and technology.For over 20 years Mr. Utzschneider has been successfully marketing and selling best-of-breed software solutions in Europe and the U.S. by leveraging his ability to translate early market demand into broader market adoption. Mr. Utzschneider joined Oracle as a part of the Tangosol acquisition where he was the Vice President of Marketing. At Oracle he continued to grow the success of the Coherence Data Grid products as the industry's leading data grid solution and a key component of Oracle Fusion Middleware. View more trainings by Peter Utzschneider at https://www.parleys.com/author/peter-utzschneider Robert Clark Robert is Sr Director of Software Development for Oracle, where he is responsible for the development of Oracle's Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME)--a platform that provides a robust, flexible environment for applications running on mobile and embedded devices. Robert has over 20 years of experience developing software in both large and small organizations. Prior to his current role at Oracle, Robert led many successful software development teams both inside and outside of Oracle. At Oracle, he was responsible for Enterprise Manager Application Performance Management and Oracle's J2EE server prior to the integration of WebLogic. He has led teams at HP, Mercury Interactive, Attachmate, Netscape and Sun Microsystems in addition to several startups. Robert has authored numerous technical articles, and has been named as inventor on three United States patents. Robert earned a master's degree in computer science and a bachelor's degree in computer science and engineering, cum laude from the University of Connecticut. View more trainings by Robert Clark at https://www.parleys.com/author/robert-clark Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
Views: 51 Oracle Developers
MySQL 8.0.13 - InnoDB TDE
 
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Table Space Encryption in MySQL 8.0 InnoDB by Mayank Prasad
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Selenium Interview Questions and Answers
 
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Selenium Interview Questions and Answers 1. What is Selenium? . Selenium is mainly used for Functional & Regression Testing. . Selenium is an Open Source Software to automate Web Browsers. . Selenium supports various Operating Environments. . Selenium supports various Browsers to create and execute Tests/Test Cases/Test Scripts . Selenium supports various programming languages to write programs (Test Scripts. 2. Explain about Selenium History? . Selenium was launched in 2004, . In 2006, Selenium WebDriver was launched at Google, . In 2008, the whole Selenium Team decided to merge Selenium WebDriver with Selenium RC in order to form a powerful tool called selenium 2.0 Selenium 1.0 Selenium IDE + Selenium RC + Selenium Grid. Selenium 1.0 + Selenium WebDriver = Selenium 2.0 Selenium 2.0 Selenium IDE + Selenium RC + Selenium WebDriver + Selenium Grid. * Selenium 3.0 in 2016. Less feature enhancements and More new product environments in Selenium 3.0, in Selenium 2.0 default browser is Mozilla Firefox, but no default browser in Selenium 3.0. Selenium IDE doesn't support Mozilla Firefox browser only, and Selenium WebDriver supports various browsers to create and execute test cases.. 3. What are Selenium Components? Selenium Components / Selenium's Tools suite Selenium IDE Selenium RC Selenium WebDriver Selenium Grid 4. What is Selenium IDE? . Selenium Integrated Environment is one the Test tool in Selenium's Tool suite, . It is used to create and execute Test Cases/Test Scripts, . Using Recording we can create Test cases or using Element Locators and Selenese Commands we can create Test Cases/Test Scripts . Selenium IDE is not an independent tool, Fire fox browser plug in, works only on Mozilla Firefox browser, . Selenium IDE doesn't support programming, 5. What is Selenium WebDriver? . Selenium WebDriver is a powerful tool in this suite of Tools -Selenium suite. . Selenium WebDriver doesn't have IDE, but having programming Interface only. . Selenium WebDriver is used to create and execute / run Test cases, . We / Testers/Users use Element Locators and WebDriver API Commands / Methods to create Test Cases, . Selenium WebDriver supports various Browsers, Operating environments, and programming languages to create Test Scripts / Test Cases /Programs 6. What is Selenium Grid? . Selenium Grid is not for Test Case Design, only for Test Execution, . Selenium Grid doesn't support Selenium IDE Test Case execution, . Selenium Grid (in Selenium 1.0. supports Selenium RC Test Cases execution only, . Selenium Grid (in Selenium 2.0. supports Selenium RC, and Selenium WebDriver Test Cases execution, . Selenium Grid (in Selenium 3.0. supports Selenium WebDriver Test Cases execution only, Selenium Grid supports Parallel Testing (It can execute test cases against different browsers and machines/ computers in Parallel, 7. What is Selenium License? . Selenium Projects were released under Apache 2.0 License, . Selenium is an Open Source Software, anybody can download and use with free of cost, . Anybody can download and use Selenium projects with free of cost . Anybody can modify the source code and use, and distribute the code. * Selling modified code is not allowed. 8. How to Configure Selenium? Select Selenium Tools and Others for Test Automation, . Eclipse IDE Software - To Create and Run Java programs, add selenium webDriver jar files, install TestNG etc... . Selenium WebDriver for creating Test Scripts/Test Cases . Java Standard edition / Core Java . TestNG Testing Framework Etc... Configure / Setup Selenium Environment Steps to Setup: . Download and Extract Eclipse IDE Software (based on our OS Environment, ex: Windows 7 - 32 bit OS. . Download (JDK. software (either from Java.com or oracle.com. and Install iny our computer . Setup Path Variable (Environment Variable. . Download Selenium WebDriver Java language binding from seleniumhq.org, and Add to Java Project in Eclipse IDE. . Download TestNG Testing Framework Software and Install from Eclipse IDE. 9. What are Advantages of Selenium? . It is an Open Source Software . It supports various Operating Environments, . It supports various Programming platforms, . It supports various Browser Environments, . It supports Parallel Testing . It uses less Hardware resources for Test Automation Etc.... 10. What are Disadvantages of Selenium? . It supports Web Applications only... . No Reliable Technical Support from anybody, . New Features may not work properly, . Less Support for Image based Testing, . No Other Tool integration for Test management . No built in Result Reporting facility Etc...
Views: 1749 G C Reddy
Fujitsu SPARC Enterprise UNIX Server Highlights
 
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Explore the flexible and economical approach SPARC Enterprise servers bring to the data center. SPARC Enterprise is the new SPARC/Oracle Solaris standard, combining the best technologies from both Fujitsu and Oracle..
Views: 4203 FujitsuOracle
Enterprise class Data Partitioning with IBM InfoSphere Warehouse
 
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Data partitioning makes it possible to put more computing resources into play, by dividing query processing among data partitions that work in parallel. See how data partioning works in InfoSphere Warehouse.
Views: 467 Lawrence Weber
Go 7.x Webinar 25th March 2014 - Documentum Upgrade Without Risks or Adverse Effects
 
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Are you planning to upgrade to Documentum 7 in the near future? Then you might ask yourself: How can an upgrade be accomplished without major problems and restrictions for the user? In this recorded webinar we will share migration and upgrade best practice pathways to EMC Documentum 7. - Get to know migration & upgrade best practice pathways to EMC Documentum 7 - Learn how migration-center helps you save costs for your content migration - Short live demo -- Get to know the user friendly interface for migration-center - Q&A Should you have any inquiries ahead of the webinar, please send an email to [email protected] If you need more information on the migration-center in advance, please visit our website www.migration-center.com Q&A Session Report: Q: Can the objectIDs be moved from source to target? A: Yes, but within a data migration not in the original r_object_id attribute because this is unique. It can be easily carried over within another attribute and used for redirection e.g. of Webtop URLs. Q: Can we migrate files of size greater than 20 GB? Is there any limits on file size? A: There is no limitation on the file size. Q: Does the migration-center support scheduling? For example to let it run only during the night, or something similar, with less of manual intervention? A: Yes with its built-in scheduler. Q: Does the migration-center require the source system to be offline -from normal usage, not really offline-, or can it be configured to run when source system is in use, and the target can be achieved in phases? A: Is is possible to migrate data without having a noticeably impact on the system as it is very flexible scalable and with the delta migration source and target can be in sync during the migration. To learn more about the delta migration please visit the following website: http://www.migration-center.com/product/outstanding-capabilities/successive-delta-migration/ Q: How many scanners and importers can be run in parallel? Is there a limit and are there any specific system requirements? A: There is no certain limit. The bottleneck in terms of performance is the source or target system. Q: Will the create and modify dates for objects remain the same? A: Yes Q: Is it possible to transform repeating attributes into single attributes during transformation? A: Yes Q: What about the initial creation of the users, groups, ACLs and doctypes in the target documentum repository? Any easy way to do this? A: Such objects must be re-created in the target system. We offer a free tool called dqMan which can help here: http://www.fme.de/en/services/enterprise-content-management/emc-documentum/dqman/ Q: What volumes of data was migration-center tested against? A: We did projects with over 30 mio. objects or more than 50 TB. Q: When content is on Centera, can only the meta-data be migrated and have it reference the pre-existing Centera clips? A: There is a special Documentum adapter to do such a migration. Q: How much do you really recommend using migration-center when we want to upgrade from D6.7 to 7.x? A: Frankly speaking, it really depends on your needs. If you want to change the object type data model it definitely makes sense- in case you won't change anything at this point it might be better to perform an in-place upgrade. Q: What is the cost of migration-center product licience? A: The migration-center pricing model is simple, but yet very flexible. Buy or lease the product according to your individual requirements. To learn more about the license model please visit the website: http://www.migration-center.com/pricing/ or request a price by sending us an email at [email protected] Q: Can you provide update on when migration-center with MS SQL Server will be available? A: This is currently not planned but migration-center requires just a Oracle Standard Edition: http://www.oracle.com/de/products/database/standard-edition/overview/index.html Q: Please talk about the Documentum SharePoint connector- improvements in v7! A: According to the roadmap the following was provided with version 7.0: new product release, formalized product support model, enhanced dynamic data services mappings, user interface for managing data service mappings, ribbon support for search Web Part, new Web Part for checked-out files, certifications, SharePoint 2013 and compatibility with Content Server 7.0 Q: Is there any new information about D7 on AIX with Oracle? Will this platform be supported by D7? When? A: Unfortunately there is no update yet, currently -also with 7.1- only DB2 is supported with AIX.
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An Auto-Join Network of Internet of Things Devices with a Java SE Embedded Lookup Service
 
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This tutorial provides a coding and design example of an auto-join network of Internet of Things sensors and devices capable of dynamically locating remote services through a lookup service, using an advanced discovery process based on Java SE Embedded technology on a nearby wireless gateway. The lookup service returns Java objects that can be used by services and devices to register themselves so they can be found by client applications. Embedded client applications can use the lookup service to retrieve a Java proxy object to the service to call service requests in a secure fashion with proper authentication and encryption. Authors: Hinkmond Wong Hinkmond Wong is a Consulting Member of Technical Staff with the Java Embedded group and has been working at former Sun Microsystems, Inc., now Oracle for over 19 years. He was the specification lead for the Java Community Process (JCP) Java Specification Requests (JSRs) 36, 46, 218, and 219, Java ME Connected Device Configuration (CDC) and Foundation Profile. He holds a B.S.E in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) and an M.S.E in computer engineering from Santa Clara University. Hinkmond's interests include working on proof-of-concept projects using Java Embedded technologies networked to back-end data center services. His recent projects include investigating IoT Bluetooth healthcare devices connecting to embedded gateway devices using Java Embedded technology and connecting to back-end middleware big data analytics software. He is the author of the book titled "Developing Jini Applications Using J2ME Technology". View more trainings by Hinkmond Wong at https://www.parleys.com/author/hinkmond-wong-1 Benjamin Wesson Benjamin Wesson is currently the Vice President of Product Management for Java Embedded and the Internet of Things at Oracle. He brings over 18-years of experience to this role having previously: run Product Management for IoT at SAP Labs, launched the Dexterra mobile middleware platform and managed the Salesforce Force.com Platform. Prior to Salesforce, Benjamin held a variety of Product Management and Software Development roles at PeopleSoft (Oracle), Siebel (Oracle) and other companies. You can follow Benjamin on twitter @benjaminwesson and on LinkedIn at linkd.in/benjaminwesson. View more trainings by Benjamin Wesson at https://www.parleys.com/author/benjamin-wesson Find more related tutorials at https://www.parleys.com/category/developer-training-tutorials
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Ask the JDK Architects with Mark Reinhold, Alex Buckley, Alan Bateman, Brian Goetz and Stuart Marks
 
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Bring your favorite questions about Java SE and the Java Development Kit -- past, present, or future -- to this open Q&A session with key architects from Oracle's Java team. # Mark Reinhold Mark Reinhold is Chief Architect of the Java Platform Group at Oracle. His past contributions to the platform include character-stream readers and writers, reference objects, shutdown hooks, the NIO high-performance I/O APIs, library generification, service loaders, and the Jigsaw module system. Mark has held key leadership roles in every Java SE and JDK release since version 1.2, in 1998. He currently leads the JDK Project in the OpenJDK Community, where he also serves on the Governing Board. Mark holds a Ph.D. in computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. # Alex Buckley Alex Buckley is the Specification Lead for the Java Language and the Java Virtual Machine at Oracle. He works on a variety of projects to increase the modularity and productivity of the Java SE Platform, and collaborates widely with experts in academia, industry, and standards bodies. He holds a Ph.D. in Computing from Imperial College London. # Alan Bateman Consulting Member of Staff in the JDK team in Oracle. I'm currently focused on the Java Platform Module System and the Modular JDK that targets JDK 9. I'm an active member of the OpenJDK project and have a long history in the development of JDK. # Brian Goetz Brian Goetz is the Java Language Architect at Oracle, and was the specification lead for JSR-335 (Lambda Expressions for the Java Programming Language.) He is the author of the best-selling Java Concurrency in Practice, as well as over 75 articles on Java development, and has been fascinated by programming since Jimmy Carter was President. # Stuart Marks Stuart Marks is a Principal Member of Technical Staff in the Java Platform Group at Oracle. He is currently working on a variety of JDK core libraries projects, including Collections, Lambda, and Streams, as well as improving test quality and performance. As his alter ego "Dr Deprecator" he also works on the Java SE deprecation mechanism. He has previously worked on JavaFX and Java ME at Sun Microsystems. He has over twenty years of software platform product development experience in the areas of window systems, interactive graphics, and mobile and embedded systems. Stuart holds a Master's degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.
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