Posts Tagged oracle
I just ran across a white paper from Oracle called Database as a Service: Reference Architecture – Overview. Here’s my review.
A two hour talk, all about multitenancy, from concepts to architecture.
I just got back from CloudExpo East 2010. I had a wonderful time visiting NYC, meeting new people, and reconnecting with some old friends. Here’s my take on the state of cloud databases and Database as a Service (DbaaS) from the show.
The Oracle Technology Network just published my latest article, titled Transparent Data Encryption: Experience from the Trenches. If you plan to use Oracle or back up databases using public cloud-based services such as Amazon.com’s EC2 or S3, then you will probably have special interest in this article because you will no doubt want to use […]