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Hone Your Oracle Exadata Skills: Best Practices Video Series Now Available

A series of videos covering Oracle Exadata best practices is now available on demand.

Oracle Technology Network, in conjunction with Oracle University, is hosting best practice videos and related .pdf files. Just go to the Oracle Learning Library, use your Oracle Technology Network login, and learn from the experts.

Each topic is explained by an Oracle development engineer, and any relevant papers and My Oracle Support notes are referenced.

If you are currently an Oracle Exadata customer, this is a must-see series. If you are considering an Oracle Exadata purchase or migration, viewing these videos will give you a great sense of what's to come.

Topics include:
  • How best to run Oracle’s Siebel, Oracle’s PeopleSoft, and Oracle E-Business Suite applications with Oracle Exadata
  • General Oracle Exadata and online transaction processing considerations
  • Migrating to Oracle Exadata
  • Using Oracle Database File System to load an Oracle Exadata database
  • Resource management
  • Backup and recovery
  • Monitoring, troubleshooting, and health checks
  • Patching and upgrades
  • General best practices on Oracle’s maximum availability architecture
This series will be continually updated with new content, so bookmark it for future reference. Stay at the top of your Oracle Exadata game with the latest best practices!


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