In the Oracle Linux 7: Advanced Administration course, you will learn how to configure network services and authentication services, implement virtualization technologies to more effectively manage system resources, perform advanced storage administration tasks, implement shared storage technologies, and develop advanced troubleshooting skills.
This article tells you how to get the best performance of a MySQL database application on an Oracle Linux platform with a Sun Flash Accelerator F80 PCIe Card.
Learn to increase Oracle Database performance and improve user response time by deploying Oracle's Flash Accelerator hardware with Oracle's Database Smart Flash Cache feature
Learn about best practices for OCFS2, a high performance, HA, POSIX compliant general-purpose file system for Linux. OCFS2 is fully integrated in mainline linux kernel and is embedded in Oracle VM and can be used Oracle Database and Oracle RAC solutions.
This tutorial describes how to upload, store, manipulate, and export medical image data inside the Oracle Database using Oracle Multimedia.
This tutorial shows you how to use Entity Framework (EF) Code First with Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET). You will create .NET classes in Entity Framework, which will then create Oracle database tables and add data to those tables. Lastly, you will modify those classes using Code First Migrations and propagate the changes so that they are reflected in the database tables.
In this tutorial, you will see several coding techniques to enhance ODP.NET data access performance. These .NET techniques are mostly exclusive for Oracle database development.
This tutorial describes how you can build ASP.NET web applications that access Oracle Database using Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio.
This tutorial describes how you can build a basic Visual Basic .NET application that uses the Oracle Data Provider for .NET to access data in an Oracle Database.
This tutorial describes how to build ODP.NET, Managed Driver applications. You will learn:
This tutorial describes how you can build a .NET application that uses the Oracle Data Provider for .NET to access data in an Oracle Database.
The REST Development in SQL Developer 4.1 provides users with the full capabilities of REST. REST endpoints can be defined along with basic operations including create, query, update and delete. More complex SQL and PL/SQL operations can be defined and mapped. The results can be displayed in JSON and other formats.
REST Development is lab #3 in the Getting Started with Oracle REST Data Services Series. Make sure to complete the previous labs in the series before starting on this one.
In this lab you will be going through the following:
* Define Resource Module, Resource Template and Resource Handler
* Adding a Query to Resource Handler
* Uploading a Resource Module
* Testing a RESTful Service