The NetScaler Application Delivery Controller (ADC) is a Citrix® Systems core networking product. ADC improves the delivery speed and quality of applications for an end user. The product helps business customers perform tasks such as traffic optimization, L4-L7 load balancing, and web app acceleration while maintaining data security.
This blog covers the creation and maintenance of disaster recovery (DR) systems for Oracle® Enterprise Business Suites (EBS) applications and describes a generic process to create a version 12.2 applications DR system by using version 12.2.5 systems in the test area.
Doing performance tuning on your database is one of the most common and yet the most important activity that every database administrator (DBA) must perform on an ongoing and regular basis. Experts recommend that you regularly fine-tune databases to optimized performance. Fine-tuning helps users to run their reports and queries faster and get results quicker. This post shares some techniques for troubleshooting and tuning Oracle® databases.
This blog reviews the importance of running an ADOP (Application DBA Online
Patching Utility) cycle with
fs_clone after any changes or technology patches
are made to the Weblogic Server (WLS) or Oracle® Fusion Middleware (FMW)
home directories on your patch file system. The blog explores a problem scenario
and explains how to handle related issues easily.
This blog covers how to use the Oracle® Data Visualization Desktop (DVD) to analyze data.
User authentication is a common application requirement that has been solved numerous times in the past - why trouble yourself with implementing and managing it yet again, when you could be working on exciting new features in your application instead? The AWS Application Load Balancer (ALB) can greatly simplify user authentication with several different social media, SAML 2.0, and OpenID Connect identity providers (IdP).
In this post, we'll walk through the entire process of setting up ALB authentication using Amazon Cognito against a Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services SAML IdP.
If you've ever used Aurora Read Replicas, you may have noticed that there are several different endpoints available. The Cluster Endpoint, the Reader Endpoint, and Instance Endpoints... with all of these options, how do you know which one to use and when? As with any non-trivial system, the answer is... it depends. In this blogpost, we'll look at the different endpoints, use-cases for them, and the trade-offs that come with those design decisions.
If you are reading this, you have probably heard of Amazon Aurora. As you know, Amazon Aurora is a PaaS service provided by AWS as part of the RDS suite of services. It provides a fully managed relational database management system (RDBMS) that comes in two flavors, MySQL and Postgres, while maintaining wire compatibility with both. But, how does this impact your high availability strategies and options?
This blog covers some of the changes and new features of Oracle® WebLogic Server® version 12c.
This blog discusses setting up Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) column-level encryption in Oracle® E-Business Suite® (EBS) R12 environment. You can set up column-level encryption on single-column or multiple-column tables, depending on the user requirement.