Characteristics Of Creating An Oracle Database

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When creating an Oracle database one must consider what type of performance and needs you will need to keep your Real Application Cluster (RAC) environment operating at peak instances. When an Oracle database spans across multiple instances on different servers with shared data files. When the database spans across several hardware systems but it will appear as a single combined database within the application. Real Application Cluster allows the commodity to be utilized in way that they could reduce the total cost of scalable hardware with the various workloads. Discussing more about Real Application Clusters and why its characteristics are essential for data management and essential for uninterrupted database services, there are four attributes …show more content…
With memory and central processing unit (CPU) they are discussing the different processors and Random Access Memory (RAM) and how that can limit the speed of the database being called upon. With just about anything to with computer Oracle does have server minimum hardware and memory requirements and it is very basic but this is just the minimum when you should if needed go above and beyond the minimum requirements. Oracle asks for a minimum of 4 gigabytes of Random Access Memory, and a central processing unit technology that has been available since 2006. This architecture is old even for servers and you could do better and reduce the bottlenecking from the central processing unit side. When talking about server Random Access Memory you need to make sure the server is optimized with the available resources of the machine. So make sure the machine is optimized to take full advantage of the random access memory and central processing unit. When it comes to this servers you need to make sure that you accurately compute the demands for each Random Access Memory for each database. Coming to terms with the true meaning of bottlenecking you must compute that you use each instance to the full power. Server Random Access Memory and central processing units are still expensive and if you do not consult the spikes in user …show more content…
Having discussed many different things and hit a lot of different components of the research while breaking it down into three different topics before bringing it all together to discuss it in the whole environment. We talked about what is an input/output device is and how it can limit the central process unit/memory in an oracle environment. Then we discussed what and Real Application Cluster is and brought that into our environment and topic while discussing the research about how the performance can be impacted. It all comes down to limiting your bottlenecking within the hardware side of things and that the oracle Real Application Cluster will handle the software side. After reading this article and after I personally did some research about the topic I learned that everything can affect how your environment can all be affect by multiple components and that with each virtualization you can add another computer to the server while always keeping your data protected and safe. The component side will always need monitoring and maintenance to make sure that your running at peak performance. In essence you need to make sure that you inspect the component and do research before replacing as most new components can scale with equipment but then there will be a cap to that aspect and eventually you will have to replace so a cost benefit analysis will lead you to the correct

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