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2015-09 – In-Database Archiving

Very often and for several diverse reasons, information should be considered as “inactive” instead of “deleted.” One of the new functionalities introduced in 12c release is the “In-Database Archiving” feature, allowing this type of functionality as a standard component of Oracle Database Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) strategy. Using this new feature you can store “deleted rows” online (inactive information) for a long time without compromising application performance. 

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2014-12 – JSON in Oracle Database 12c

With the release of Database 12.1.0.2, Oracle introduced a new functionality oriented to exchange information in JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) data format between applications and the database engine.

JSON is a language-independent data format based on the JavaScript Programming Language often used for exchanging structured data between heterogeneous web applications.

JSON database implementation allows you store and retrieve data between the applications and the database engine conforming to the JSON standard avoiding the need of writing custom procedures and special code.

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2013-09 – Pluggable Databases

This article will be discussing a new feature of Oracle 12c Database, the pluggable database, which builds on the container database concepts, found here. We will be discussing why it is needed, what it solves, its benefits and some examples of it.

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2013-07 – Oracle Database 12c

Oracle Corporation has released Database 12c for general availability this month. We’re busy geeking out on the new features like multi-tenancy, heat maps, etc. We’ll be back next month with blog posts about some new 12c features.

 

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