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Master Oracle Database 12c Release 2âs powerful In-Memory option
This Oracle Press guide shows, step-by-step, how to optimize database performance and cut transaction processing time using Oracle Database 12c Release 2 In-Memory. Oracle Database 12c Release 2 In-Memory: Tips and Techniques for Maximum Performance features hands-on instructions, best practices, and expert tips from an Oracle enterprise architect. You will learn how to deploy the software, use In-Memory Advisor, build queries, and interoperate with Oracle RAC and Multitenant. A complete chapter of case studies illustrates real-world applications.
â¢Â Configure Oracle Database 12c and construct In-Memory enabled databases
â¢Â Edit and control In-Memory options from the graphical interface
â¢Â Implement In-Memory with Oracle Real Application Clusters
â¢Â Use the In-Memory Advisor to determine what objects to keep In-Memory
â¢Â Optimize In-Memory queries using groups, expressions, and aggregations
â¢Â Maximize performance using Oracle Exadata Database Machine and In-Memory option
â¢Â Use Swingbench to create data and simulate real-life system workloads
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