Friday 9th December 2011 – Implementing Oracle 11g Enterprise Manager for Prime Time Monitoring
Oracle Enterprise Manger has evolved over the years and in its latest incarnation, 11g has become a highly efficient Enterprise Management solution. It has evolved from a Database self-management tool to a complete suite that provides Business driven IT Management capabilities. There are plug-ins available to manage Enterprise Applications like EBS, OBIEE etc., and Middleware Technologies like WLS, SOA Suite etc., Being enterprise level monitoring tool, enterprises cannot afford downtime of the repository or its notification services. In this presentation we review the implementation of EM leveraging the HA capabilities provisioned from RAC and Weblogic Clustering behind a load-balancer including DR for EM
Saturday 10th December 2011 – Using 11gR2 Result Cache Feature in a RAC Environment
The result cache feature introduced in Oracle database 11g provides considerable benefits for operations where results sets do not change quite often. This feature helps store the final result sets in memory providing high speed access to the dataset. In a RAC environment it provides an added advantage that, when multiple users execute identical queries from multiple instances in the cluster, instead of the entire dataset being transferred across the interconnect or retrieved by performing an I/O operation, only the final result set is transferred across the interconnect. This provides great benefits in speed and resource utilization providing considerable performance enhancement. This presentation will go deep into the architecture and functioning of this feature in a RAC environment.
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