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Oracle Magazine Jan/Feb 2009



http://www.oracle.com/technology/oramag/oracle/09-jan/index.html



This is a magazine discussing the Oricle Database system. The Oracle Database (commonly referred to as Oracle RDBMS or simply Oracle) consists of a relational database management system (RDBMS) produced and marketed by Oracle Corporation. As of 2008[update], Oracle had become a major presence in database computing.



Larry Ellison and his friends and former co-workers Bob Miner and Ed Oates started the consultancy Software Development Laboratories (SDL) in 1977. SDL developed the original version of the Oracle software. The name Oracle comes from the code-name of a CIA-funded project Ellison had worked on while previously employed by Ampex.



FEATURES

Launching Performance

By David Baum

Storage bandwidth has limited the performance of growing data warehouses. Read how Oracle Exadata overcomes storage bandwidth limitations and delivers extreme computing power to the HP Oracle Database Machine and the HP Oracle Exadata Storage Server.



Building on a Solid Foundation

By David A. Kelly

Designing the right IT infrastructure is a critical part of ensuring application availability and performance. See how companies rely on an Oracle grid infrastructureincluding Oracle Database and Oracle Real Application Clustersto provide a solid yet flexible base for their applications.



Inside Job

By Jeff Erickson

Embedded databases power back-end hardware, business applications, and portable devices everywhere. Find out how Oracle embedded databases live and work at the core of hardware, software, and other devicesand deliver cash, health, and security.



Serve It Up!

By David Baum

Business growth can result in a proliferation of application silos that hinder internal operations and customer service. Read how Oracle WebLogic Server delivers an open platform for integrating applications and building relationships.



DEPARTMENTS

From the Editor

By Tom Haunert

Investing in IT



AT ORACLE

Events

Find out about current and upcoming industry events.



Oracle Resources

Your guide to Oracle Webcasts, podcasts, blogs, education offerings, and more



OTN Bulletin

Learn whats happening with Oracles most dynamic online community.



Oracle News Briefs



Interview

Mark Sunday, senior vice president and CIO at Oracle, talks about next-generation data centers, green computing, and the Oracle Utah Compute Facility.



COMMUNITY

Partner News

Juniper Networks, PortWise, Noetix, Brocade, Vovici, F5 Networks, Inquira plus Book Beat.



Peer-to-Peer

Alex Gorbachev, Andreas Chatziantoniou, Christian Pfundtner



TECHNOLOGY AND DEVELOPER SECTIONARTICLES & COLUMNS

TECHNOLOGY

SECURITY

Encrypting Tablespaces

By Arup Nanda

Encrypt tablespaces transparentlywithout affecting performance.



INSIDE OCP

Managing Database Resources

By Sushma Jagannath

New features in Oracle Database 11g help you assess performance and limit I/O usage.



ASK TOM

On Dynamic Sampling

By Tom Kyte

Our technologist samples dynamically, considers usage, and sets levels.



ORACLE DEVELOPER

FRAMEWORKS

Easier Interactive Data Entry

By Steve Muench

Improve the end-user experience with declarative LOVs and automatic partial page refresh.



PL/SQL PRACTICES

On Emulating FINALLY

By Steven Feuerstein

Code PL/SQL to function like the Java FINALLY section.



BROWSER-BASED

Easy Application Attachments

By David Peake

Incorporate BLOB support in Oracle Application Express.





COMMENT

IN THE FIELD

Keeping Up

By Ian Abramson

Make sure that your knowledge is current and cutting-edge.



ALL SECURE

Changing the Market

By Mary Ann Davidson

Purchasing criteria should focus on lifecycle security costs.



ANALYSTS CORNER

Getting Ubiquitous

By David Baum

Embedded databases enable a wide array of information management capabilities

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