Friday, January 18, 2008

Performance, RAC, Shameless Bragging


Jonathan Lewis discusses the delicate art of moving statistics from one instance to another here.
I believe the key is to keep the statistics very steady so they don't fall out and smash through the floor.

IT Opinion: To RAC or Not to RAC

A very thought-provoking discussion at the Just a Simple DBA blog on RAC vs. Dataguard, the costs and other factors involved.

Oracle BI

Time for a bit of shameless bragging. Oracle's BI is helping travelers in England have an easier time of it by allowing them two hand carried bags. Read about it here.
That's very good news, right up until they fly home and have to check that second bag, that is. After all, not all airports use Oracle Business Intelligence. And that's sad, because as an Oracle employee and stockholder, I think they should.

Chris Gait,
Oracle Infogram Editor

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