This blog discusses detaching one pluggable database (PDB) from the source container database (CDB) and attaching it to a target CDB. For the purposes of this blog, the PDB is the database in which we save all our application-related databases.
This blog explores Couchbase®, which is an open-source distributed NoSQL document and key-value database, released under the Apache® 2.0 license.
Our customers require us to develop software that is trustworthy and secure. Privacy also demands attention. To ignore the privacy concerns of users is to invite blocked deployments, litigation, negative media coverage, and mistrust. The Quality Engineering (QE) Security team’s goal is to minimize security- and privacy-related defects in design, code, documentation, and to detect and eliminate these defects as early as possible in the software development life cycle (SDLC). Developers who most effectively address security threats and protect privacy earn users’ loyalties and distinguish themselves from their competitors.
In Rackspace's VMware Practice Area, we value the quality of our products very much, and we believe that quality is a team effort. The Quality Engineering (QE) team works with the Development team, Project Management team, Product Engineering team and DevOps team to improve the quality of developed products. Our quality standard has three key pillars: functionality, performance, and security. Our goal is to identify and fix defects as early as possible so that we can deliver secure functional products that perform well for our customers.
This blog explores Cisco® FirePOWER® technology and next-generation firewalls (NGFW). NGFWs are composed of Adaptive Security Appliances (ASA) and a software module that takes care of the main functions like application control, intrusion protection, anti-malware protection, and URL filtering.
Originally published by TriCore: April 12, 2017
This two-part blog post series covers new performance-tuning features in Oracle® Database. Part 1 discussed Oracle Database version 126.96.36.199. This follow-up post covers version 188.8.131.52.
Originally published by TriCore: April 11, 2017
This two-part blog post series covers new performance-tuning features of Oracle® Database versions 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11. Part 1 discusses the earlier version.
This blog post reviews how to use Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), as storage for an Oracle® Database backup. Amazon Web Services (AWS) was the first cloud vendor that Oracle partnered with to enable database backup in the cloud. S3 is the main storage offering of AWS.
Ansible development is fast, and anyone using Ansible extensively has most likely come across an instance where a playbook that used to work does not work on a later Ansible version. Or, a system that wasn't supported initially is now added and an existing role requires modification to make it work on the new system. See Molecule for Ansible role creation for more details on using and debugging Molecule. Creating a Molecule scenario to test an existing role allows for easy testing and modification of that role with all the benefits that Molecule provides.
Originally published by TriCore: December 14, 2017
Introduced in Oracle8i™, Oracle® Virtual Private Database (VPD) is the most popular security feature of Oracle Database Enterprise Edition. You can use this feature when the standard object privileges and associated database roles are insufficient to meet your application security requirements.