DBA Kevlar

Tips, tricks, (and maybe a few rants) so more DBAs become bulletproof!

RMOUG’s First WIT Scholarship Winner

I’ve been running the Women in Technology, (WIT) at RMOUG, which I first started planning out in 2011, which has grown to include other user groups and even countries as its grown.  The last couple years, I’ve worked to try to add a WIT scholarship to RMOUG’s, but it wasn’t always easy to convince others […]

Everything I Needed to Know About Enterprise Manager I Learned at Collaborate 2015

Collaborate 2015 at the Mandalay in Las Vegas is just around the corner and the sheer amount of Enterprise Manager focused content is phenomenal!  Oracle partners and power users around the world come together each year to provide the lucky attendees the best in use cases, tips and technical know -how regarding the best infrastructure […]

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Let’s Talk Database Replay- Part I

Database Replay is a feature in EM12c that a lot of folks are unfamiliar with, but once they learn about it, well, now then they figure out how valuable it really is.  Where the ADDM Comparison Report comes in really handy when you want to see what changed, think about how much more value there […]

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How to Use an ASH Report and Why

Active Session History, (ASH) reports are one of my favorite when investigating a performance issue.  The biggest challenge I think that faces many administrators is to know when to turn to an ASH report and how to use the report to diagnose an issue. Today’s example is brought to us thanks to a Workload replay […]

Working With AWR Reports From EM12c

I’ve had a recent request to write an update on working with AWR reports, so as promised, here it is! The Automatic Workload Repository The Automatic Workload Repository, (AWR) was one of the best enhancements to Oracle back in release 10g.  There was quite a goal put in front of the development group when they […]

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Enterprise Manager and Services, Part I

The term “Service” is used to represent numerous objects within Enterprise Manager 12c.  Although the most common reference to the term is related to the Oracle Management Service, (OMS), in this blog post, we are going to drill down and refer to all services identified in the drop down menu from Targets, Management Services and Repository. The two […]

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Cluster Cache Coherency in EM12c

January is winding down and RMOUG Training Days 2015 is just around the corner, taking up much of my after work hours. With that, we are going to discuss a great performance console in the EM12c cloud control-  Cluster Cache Coherency. Cluster Cache Coherency Optimization for an Oracle Real Application Cluster, (RAC) can be a […]

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AWR Warehouse and SYSDBA

I’ve had a few folks ask me a similar question about the AWR Warehouse, occuring numerous times this week. “How can I limit what the user of the AWR Warehouse can view in the AWR Warehouse?” “How can I add source databases to the AWR Warehouse without DBA privileges?” This topic bridges into the area […]

Why Automate Target Patching with Enterprise Manager 12c

Every job comes with tasks that no one likes to perform and database administration is no exception.  Patching is one of those necessary tasks that must be performed and when we are expected to do more with less everyday, the demands of patching another host, another agent, another application is often a task that no […]

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2014 Year in Review

As many bloggers and sites do this time of the year, here is my review of 2014. It was a great year and it was a lot of fun, as well as educational reviewing all the data. DBAKevlar Blog Busiest Day on my Blog: Posts this year: Most popular post of 2014:  Easy EM12c Agent […]

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