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Job is a infrastructure solution architect at Qualogy with a special interest in Oracle licensing, High Availability architectures and managing complex (Oracle) environments, which includes Cloud environments. With a background as Oracle developer, DBA, team-manager and license-consultant he is able to utilize the Oracle technologies to a cost-efficient architecture for his customers. Twitter: @jobaclenl

Multitenancy: is a Proxy PDB part of the 3 free PDBs at 19c

As most of us know, Oracle Database 19c now supports up to 3 pluggable databases (PDBs) per container database (CDB) without requiring additional multitenant license—applicable for both Standard Edition (SE2) and Enterprise Edition (EE). This documentation clearly states: “For all offerings, if you are not licensed for Oracle Multitenant, then you may have up to

By |2022-04-30T20:32:31+02:00April 29th, 2020|Database|0 Comments

Oracle VM is ending, KVM is the way to go

Recently I attended a webinar about Oracle virtualization, given by Oracle Linux - product management. A few highlights of this webinar: KVM is included in Oracle Linux 7 with UEK R5 (Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel release 5) There’s a separate Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager (OLVM) developed, based on Open Source oVirt, available on yum.oracle.com with premier

By |2022-11-13T14:03:10+01:00January 29th, 2020|Virtualization|2 Comments

Impressions of the OEM13c app from Oracle Cloud marketplace

Intrigued by the announcement that Oracle Enterprise Manager 13 (OEM13c) is available as an ‘app’, I decided to give it a go and try this app out. Before going into more detail, I must note that even though it’s called an app, it doesn’t come close to the definition of an app as we know

By |2023-04-23T11:34:57+02:00November 14th, 2019|Cloud, Oracle Enterprise Manager|2 Comments

Stairway to the cloud

As  I’ve been involved in a few projects lately, moving Oracle databases and middleware to the (Oracle and Azure) Cloud, I thought it would be nice to share my experience and some do’s and don’ts. This post is not meant to be a highly academic and theoretical essay with a lot of architectural talk and

By |2022-11-13T14:06:43+01:00October 9th, 2019|Cloud|0 Comments

Should a standby database be considered in the cloud?

To answer this question for your company, the criticalness of your application and database must be clear. In a High Availability Environment, a standby-database can be part of the technical solution to ensure minimum downtime for your database. But when moving to a public or private cloud (IaaS, PaaS), the providers ensure a certain high availability,

By |2022-06-10T09:24:35+02:00September 3rd, 2019|Database, Standby, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Oracle disaster recovery without licensing the DR site

Recently I got a question of a customer regarding a failover configuration. They wanted to install a second server acting as a failover server, switched off until the primary experiences an outage, and they don’t want to pay licenses for it. By bringing the failover-server to life and restore the backup,  business continues on this

By |2022-06-10T09:26:24+02:00May 12th, 2019|Database, licensing|0 Comments

Oracle licenses needed while monitoring your (non-)Oracle environment with OEM

With Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) you are able to monitor an Oracle environment as well as a non-Oracle environment, like Microsoft’s SQL Server. You are also able to exchange notifications between Oracle Enterprise Manager and e.g. Microsoft’s SCOM. How to monitor this heterogeneous environment. What licenses do you for monitoring? And.. do you need Oracle

By |2022-06-10T09:28:27+02:00March 6th, 2019|licensing, Oracle Enterprise Manager|0 Comments

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