Oracle Database 11g -- the newest version of Oracle's flagship database management system (DBMS) -- is set for...
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release later this year and will offer new automated, or self-management, features designed to let the database administrators (DBAs) concentrate on more strategic issues. SearchOracle.com got on the phone with Leng Tan, Oracle's vice president of database manageability and diagnosibility to find out more. In this podcast interview, Tan talks about enhancements to Oracle's Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM) which allow it to make recommendations related to Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC), new change management features, enhancements which let users run large production workloads in a test environment and much more. If you're interested in learning all you can about the upcoming Oracle Database 11g, then you'll want to download this podcast today.
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Oracle expert looks ahead to Database 11g: Oracle Database expert Brian Peasland explains why he has little use for the planned XML upgrades in Database 11g and offers advice for DBAs hoping to get certification.
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Oracle Database 11g to feature XML enhancements: The latest version of Oracle's flagship DBMS offers a host of XML-related upgrades.
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Increased automation means changing roles for DBAs: DBAs won't face demise in the face of greater automation, but their roles are certainly going to change a great deal, says a speaker at Oracle OpenWorld.
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