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SIOUG and HROUG Fall Conferences, 2014!

I’ve just returned from my honeymoon in Venice with the wonderful Tim Gorman, but before we enjoyed our week in this picturesque city, we spent a week doing joint keynotes and two sessions each on our own tech topics at these two incredible conferences in neighboring countries. SIOUG, (Slovenia Oracle User Group) in Ljubljana, Slovenia […]

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Pattern Matching (MATCH_RECOGNIZE) in Oracle Database 12c

I’ve spent the last couple of evenings playing with the new SQL pattern matching feature in Oracle 12c. Pattern Matching (MATCH_RECOGNIZE) in Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (12.1) I’m doing some sessions on analytic functions in some upcoming conferences and I thought I should look at this stuff. I’m not really going to include much, […]


Pattern Matching (MATCH_RECOGNIZE) in Oracle Database 12c was first posted on October 23, 2014 at 6:45 pm.
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Roll up! Roll up! Nothing new to see here! (Database Web Services)

Over the years I’ve written loads of stuff about consuming and publishing web services directly from the database. I’ve been doing quite a bit of this at work recently and I realised how difficult it is to find all the pieces, since they are spread across multiple articles, spanning multiple database versions. In an attempt to […]


Roll up! Roll up! Nothing new to see here! (Database Web Services) was first posted on October 16, 2014 at 9:22 pm.
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Tackling the challange of Provisoning Databases in an agile datacenter

One of the key task that a DBA performs repeatedly is Provisioning of
Databases which also happens to one of the top 10 Database Challenges as
per IOUG Survey .Lets see how EM12c can help with the same .