minimal downtime

Virtual Classroom Seminars 10-12: Videos and Slides are available

Thanks to all of you for participating in our last 3 web seminar session. And since some of you had to leave earlier in one of the Virtual Classroom Seminars 10-12: Videos and Slides are available for download and on-demand viewing.

Virtual Classrom Seminar - Migrating Large Databases

No registration is required – you can watch all of our seminars anytime.

And as usual, our workshops are free of buzz words and explain only technical topics. The presenters Roy Swonger, Daniel Overby Hansen, Rodrigo Jorge, Bill Beauregard and myself, we all love to talk about technical topics, show and share demos and put …

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Save Patching Downtime with Oracle Multitenant?

At OOW 2019 we announced that you can have up to 3 user-created pluggable databases (PDBs) per container database (CDB) without having a Multitenant license. And in this blog post I’d like to demonstrate how you can save patching downtime with Oracle Multitenant.

The Concept

The idea this entire process settles on is very simple. When you create a fresh container database in the target (already patched!) environment, you don’t have to patch this one. You only have to relocate the PDB from the source into the target CDB. In addition, only datapatch needs to be executed. As the …

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Database Migration from non-CDB to PDB – The Minimal Downtime Challenge

There are several pitfalls when you plugin a non-CDB into a CDB environment. I’d like to highlight some of them – and show you potential workarounds as well. This is part of a series of blog posts to make your migration from non-CDB to PDB a bit smoother.

Database Migration from non-CDB to PDB – The Minimal Downtime Challenge

Database Migration from non-CDB to PDB – The Minimal Downtime Challenge

When we start to look at a migration from non-CDB to PDB for an important system, regardless of migrating on-prem or to the cloud, reducing the downtime is very important. In this blog post I’d like to highlight the different aspects …

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