Oracle Database 12c New Features (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 2014
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Explore all the exciting and innovative new features of Oracle Database 12c!
Written by Oracle ACE Robert Freeman, this Oracle Press guide introduces you to the myriad of new features packed into the latest Oracle Database release. Filled with essential information, the book provides you with everything you need to know to get up and running quickly on Oracle Database 12c.
Supported by running commentary from world-renowned Oracle expert Tom Kyte, and with additional contributions by Oracle experts Eric Yen and Scott Black, this book offers detailed coverage of:
- Upgrading to Oracle Database 12c
- Architectural changes
- Performance improvements
- Backup and recovery new features
- Administrative new features
- Data warehousing and ILM new features
- And much more
Based on the production version of Oracle Database 12c to ensure accuracy, this is the most authoritative book on the revolutionary new features and tools available Oracle Database 12c.
Biographie de l'auteur
Robert G. Freeman, OCP, has been working with Oracle databases for 20 years. He is a Principle Database Engineer for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City, UT. Robert is the author or co-author of several Oracle Press titles, including Portable DBA: Oracle; Oracle Database 11g New Features; Oracle RMAN 11g Backup and Recovery and others.
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It covers the features Oracle wanted you to hear about and some you did not. It is well-written, but its coverage of Pluggable Databases (PDBs) and Container Database (CDB) is light for my taste, along with the coverage of the performance-related changes. PDBs and CDBs AKA "multi-tennant database architecture" is a big topic and could fill a large book on its own. Most will consider PDB/CDB "the reason to go to 12c", so you should get more info from Oracle and non-Oracle sources before you plan your real PROD upgrade.
Other topics include Flex Clusters, Flex ASM, RMAN's ability to recover a table, Data Guard's ability to use a stripped down instance as a "repeater", and SQL's new Identify Column and Invisible Column. Also new features in PL/SQL, BI, DW, and Security. The big news in Manageability is the replacement of "DB Control" with the new "DB Express" which is less powerful, especially re: RAC, but has a smaller resource footprint. (*NOTE* if you do not now use Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control - you need to do that ASAP)
I liked the book and recommend it be in your library of 12c books. I especially liked page 55 that had a nice lifetime support date diagram, giving you a big-picture glance at the road on Oracle releases, versions, and overlap . For those DBAs who do upgrades a lot, it reminds us all how many times we have done this complicated task in the past - and when.
As an Oracle instructor and courseware author for the last 15 years, it is critical that I stay up to speed on the latest improvements to the Oracle database.
Even after pouring over Oracle documentation and online articles for months preparing to teach Oracle12c New Features, I found many gems in Robert's book that shed additional light on key aspects of this truly revolutionary database release.
Keep up the great work, Robert!
The books also covers the new features in data guard, new security features and new SQL options, like row pattern matching. It also covers the new Top-N features. This book is so complete that it took me a week to read it. I'll have to do it again, and soon. This book is excellent and a must read for anyone who needs to learn about Oracle 12c and quickly.
I so enjoy the working examples that are in this book. I can flip to the technology of interest...there is an excellent description of the product or feature...along with a working example. I find these examples just invaluable to my learning curve.
I can't see a thing that Robert missed or covered lightly. He seems to have covered the entire Oracle12 release well.
Hats off to you Mr. Freeman.