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jueves, 16 de noviembre de 2017

Oracle Hot Topics: Bug ORA-24550 OCCURS AT CLIENT CONFIGURED TAF AFTER APPLYING WINDBBP 12.2.0.1.170814

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New Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Innovations Deliver Unmatched Performance and Value for the Most Demanding Enterprise, AI and HPC Applications


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Tops AWS with 1,214% better storage performance at 88% lower cost per IO

Redwood Shores, Calif.—Nov 16, 2017

Oracle today announced the general availability of a range of new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure compute options, providing customers with unparalleled compute performance based on Oracle’s recently announced X7 hardware. Newly enhanced virtual machine (VM) and bare metal compute, and new bare metal graphical processing unit (GPU) instances enable customers to run even the most infrastructure-heavy workloads such as high-performance computing (HPC), big data, and artificial intelligence (AI) faster and more cost-effectively.

Unlike competitive offerings, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is built to meet the unique requirements of enterprises, offering predictable performance for enterprise applications while bringing cost efficiency to HPC use cases. Oracle delivers 1,214 percent better storage performance at 88 percent lower cost per input/output operation (IO)1.
New Innovations Drive Unrivaled Performance at Scale

All of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s new compute instances leverage Intel’s latest Xeon processors based on the Skylake architecture. Oracle’s accelerated bare metal shapes are also powered by NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs, based on the Pascal architecture. Providing 28 cores, dual 25Gb network interfaces for high-bandwidth requirements and over 18 TFLOPS of single-precision performance per instance, these GPU instances accelerate computation-heavy use cases such as reservoir modeling, AI, and Deep Learning.

Oracle also plans to soon release NVIDIA Volta architecture-powered instances with 8 NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs interconnected via NVIDIA NVLINK to generate over 125 TFLOPS of single-precision performance. Unlike the competition, Oracle will offer these GPUs as both virtual machines and bare metal instances. Oracle will also provide pre-configured images for fast deployment of use cases such as AI. Customers can also leverage TensorFlow or Caffe toolkits to accelerate HPC and Deep Learning use cases.

“Only Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides the compute, storage, networking, and edge services necessary to deliver the end-to-end performance required of today’s modern enterprise,” said Kash Iftikhar, vice president of product management, Oracle. “With these latest enhancements, customers can avoid additional hardware investments on-premises and gain the agility of the cloud. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure offers them tremendous horsepower on-demand to drive competitive advantage.”

In addition, Oracle’s new VM standard shape is now available in 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, and 24 cores, while the bare metal standard shape offers 52 cores, the highest Intel Skylake-based CPU count per instance of any cloud vendor. Combined with its high-scale storage capacity, supporting up to 512 terabytes (TB) of non-volatile memory express (NVMe) solid state drive (SSD) remote block volumes, these instances are ideal for traditional enterprise applications that require predictable storage performance.

The Dense I/O shapes are also available in both VM and bare metal instances and are optimal for HPC, database applications, and big data workloads. The bare metal Dense I/O shape is capable of over 3.9 million input/output operations per second (IOPS) for write operations. It also includes 51 TB of local NVMe SSD storage, offering 237 percent more capacity than competing solutions1.

Furthermore, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has simplified management of virtual machines by offering a Terraform provider for single-click deployment of single or multiple compute instances for clustering. In addition, a Terraform-based Kubernetes installer is available for deployment of highly available, containerized applications.

By delivering compute solutions that leverage NVIDIA’s latest technologies, Oracle can dramatically accelerate its customers’ HPC, analytics and AI workloads. “HPC, AI and advanced analytic workloads are defined by an almost insatiable hunger for compute,” said Ian Buck, general manager and vice president of Accelerated Computing at NVIDIA. “To run these compute-intensive workloads, customers require enterprise-class accelerated computing, a need Oracle is addressing by putting NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPU accelerators in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.”

“The integration of TidalScale's inverse hypervisor technology with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure enables organizations, for the first time, to run their largest workloads across dozens of Oracle Cloud bare metal systems as a single Software-Defined Server in a public cloud environment,” said Gary Smerdon, chief executive officer, TidalScale, Inc. “Oracle Cloud customers now have the flexibility to configure, deploy and right-size servers to fit their compute needs while paying only for what they use.”

“Cutting-edge hardware can make all the difference for companies we work with like Airbus, ARUP and Rolls Royce,” said Jamil Appa, co-founder and director of Zenotech. “We’ve seen significant improvements in performance with the X7 architecture. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is a no-brainer for compute-intensive HPC workloads.”

1 Based on comparison to AWS i3.16XL using industry-standard CloudHarmony benchmark, a measure of storage performance across a range of workloads. For more information, see: https://blogs.oracle.com/cloud-infrastructure/high-performance-x7-compute-service-review-analysis
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Oracle
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miércoles, 15 de noviembre de 2017

Oracle Hot Topics: Bug KGLH0 GROWTH LEADING TO ORA-4031

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Everest Group PEAK Matrix™ Assessment for Life Sciences Clinical Trial Products Names Oracle Health Sciences as a Top Leader

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Oracle Health Sciences Obtains Top Quartile Position and Receives High Commendation for its eClinical Platform

Redwood Shores Calif—Nov 14, 2017

Oracle Health Sciences today announced that it has been identified as a Leader in the top quartile in Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix™ Assessment of Life Sciences Clinical Trial Products 2017.

Oracle Health Sciences received superior marks in “clinical trials value chain coverage” which included pre-clinical, clinical trials, pharmacovigilance and regulatory affairs. 

“We believe our being named a leader and in the top position is further validation of Oracle’s continued momentum in the eClinical space,” said Steve Rosenberg, general manager, Oracle Health Sciences. “We realized some time ago that the way technology was supporting clinical research had to change. The collections of point solutions you see on the market today are not serving the industry’s needs. Our response to this problem is Clinical One. Our vision, resources and technology are designed to carry our customers into the future with a single cloud-based eClinical platform that unifies clinical teams, processes and data in a profound new way.”

Unlike other reports and analyses that rank solution providers solely based on revenue, Everest Group assesses companies based on market impact (market adoption, value delivered and portfolio mix) as well as vision and capability (vision and strategy, functionality, flexibility and ease of deployment, engagement and commercial model and support) to evaluate marketplace success.

“After evaluating Oracle’s vision and capability as well as market impact for their Clinical One Platform, which is approaching clinical technology in a new and innovative manner, we placed them as a Leader. In addition to their market penetration, Oracle’s breadth and depth of capabilities represent what we consider to be a leading solution in the eClinical space,” said Nitish Mittal, Practice Director, Everest Group.

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Valerie Beaudett
Oracle
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Independent News and Media Selects Oracle to Enhance its Advertising Operations


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Oracle BlueKai Data Management Platform to provide relevant and targeted adverts to readers in Ireland

Dublin, Ireland—Nov 14, 2017

Independent News and Media (INM), has selected Oracle to help it offer its advertisers personalised, targeted data-driven campaigns across their online platforms. Using Oracle BlueKai Data Management Platform (DMP), INM will be one of the first media outlets in Ireland to be able to offer this innovation in advertising technology to its advertisers.

Independent News and Media is looking to make use of the most innovative technologies, including cloud and mobile, to ensure that it provides the best possible experience to its advertisers, partners and readers throughout Ireland. To meet these goals and enhance its advertising function, Independent News and Media selected Oracle BlueKai DMP. 

By implementing Oracle BlueKai DMP, Independent News and Media will be able to offer advertisers more personalised and targeted marketing campaigns. In addition, the new data management platform will ensure that readers only receive advertising that is relevant to them.

“At INM we are passionate about creating meaningful connections with our 2.4M weekly readers through our content and advertising solutions. We are particularly proud to announce that we have partnered with Oracle to launch our new Data Management Platform. This partnership will open a world of new possibilities for brands to connect with our audiences through advertising solutions that are based on first party data. After in-depth research into selecting the right DMP partner for INM, Oracle is the perfect fit as it continually proves itself to be at the forefront of innovation when it comes to digital marketing technology,” said Chris Gordon, Head of Digital Ad Operations at Independent News and Media, Ireland’s largest publisher.

“Delivering robust and compelling marketing campaigns comes down to having an in-depth understanding of your audience,” commented John Donnelly, Oracle Country Leader, Ireland. “This understanding only comes from extracting the huge amount of data media publications own and analysing and segmenting. With the implementation of Oracle Bluekai DMP, Independent News and Media will be able to drill down into the granular detail of its data and provide its advertising partners with campaigns that deliver a strong return on investment.”

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James Drake
Oracle EMEA Corporate Communications
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lunes, 13 de noviembre de 2017

Oracle Hot Topics: ORA-600 [32693], [QESH NO PARTITION TO WRITE ] ON EXADATA

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Sun, 12 Nov 2017 23:33 GMT-08:00

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Mon, 13 Nov 2017 01:24 GMT-08:00

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Sat, 11 Nov 2017 23:19 GMT-08:00

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Fri, 10 Nov 2017 23:21 GMT-08:00

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Under a Project Commissioned by the Ministry of Environment Japan, Oracle Utilities Collaborates with Five Major Utilities in Support of Reducing Japan’s CO2 Emissions


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Oracle Opower Home Energy Reports to educate consumers on energy consumption behaviors in support of energy efficiency

Redwood Shores, Calif.—Nov 13, 2017

Oracle Utilities today announced that it is working with the Ministry of Environment (Japan) and five major utilities in the country as part of the Ministry’s effort to promote a Japanese model of information-based C02-reducing behavioral changes in the residential sector. To help Japan meet its climate change counter-measure plan and Paris Agreement commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 26 percent by fiscal year 2030 (compared to fiscal year 2013 levels), Oracle Utilities Opower Energy Efficiency Cloud Service will be utilized to provide personalized energy efficiency guidance to 300,000 households across five utility territories throughout Japan.

With nearly 70 percent of the average Japanese household’s carbon footprint stemming from energy use, Japan’s Ministry of Environment (MOE) commissioned a nationwide study to measure the potential of residential behavioral energy efficiency programs as a means of reaching Japan’s fiscal year 2030 CO2 emissions’ reduction goals—of which a 40% reduction is required in residential-sector emissions alone. As part of this effort, Oracle Utilities will work with five major Japanese utilities, including Hokkaido Gas, Ltd., Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc., Hokuriku Electric Power Co., Inc., Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc., and Okinawa Electric Power, Co., Inc., to deliver Home Energy Reports (personalized energy consumption communications) to residents across each utility territory using the Opower Energy Efficiency Cloud Service platform.

“It is very rewarding to be able to contribute to energy efficiency around the globe. Japan is another example of the current energy efficiency programs we are running with 87 utilities around the world in order to create a more sustainable planet. The goal of Oracle Utilities is to provide superior technology—both cloud and on-premises—to support our utility customers in meeting objectives such as energy efficiency, improving customer experience, modernizing network management and better managing their assets as the industry continues to innovate,” said Rodger Smith, senior vice president and general manager of Oracle Utilities.

Leveraging Oracle Utilities’ Opower Energy Efficiency Cloud Service, each of the five utilities will deliver Home Energy Reports to 60,000 of their residents for a total of 300,000 homes across Japan. Each resident will receive reports with personalized insights that are designed to raise energy efficiency awareness by making consumers’ energy consumption easy to understand (such as by comparing each household’s gas or electricity usage with that of similar homes and providing tips tailored to each household on how they can reduce waste where it makes sense for them to do so). This unique combination of analytics and behavioral design, enabled through a scalable SaaS platform, is proven to drive measureable energy efficiency results around the world.

“Enabling consumers to track their energy usage and contribute to the country’s goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions has been a goal for Japan for many years. Taking this next step in our efforts with Oracle Utilities Japan is yet another milestone for us in meeting our objectives”, said Hidetoshi Nakagami, Chairman of Jyukankyo Research Institute, President of JAESCO, and member/leader of numerous governmental advisory committees in Japan. 


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Valerie Beaudett
Oracle
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sábado, 11 de noviembre de 2017

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jueves, 9 de noviembre de 2017

Oracle Hot Topics: ORA-7445[QEAEMINMAX] FROM UNION QUERY THAT USES MAX FUNCTION

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Wed, 8 Nov 2017 23:31 GMT-08:00

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