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Scalability → PL/SQL stored subprograms increase scalability by centralizing application processing on the … \". For further scalability, you can use Oracle Connection Manager to multiplex network connections. For
Performance and Scalability Considerations for Disk Groups → performance views Performance and Scalability Considerations for Disk Groups This section discusses the
2.3.2 System Scalability → Applications that are accessible through the Internet have more complex performance and availability requirements. Some applications are designed and written only for Internet use, but even typical back-office applications—such as a general ledger application—might require some or all data to be available online. Characteristics of Internet age applications include the following: Availability 24 hours
2.3.1 What is Scalability? → Scalability is a system's ability to process more workload, with a proportional increase in system … resource usage might exceed twice the original workload. Examples of poor scalability due to
2.3.3 Factors Preventing Scalability → scalability in mind from the start. 2.3.3 Factors Preventing Scalability When building applications … , designers and architects should aim for as close to perfect scalability as possible. This is … sometimes called linear scalability, where system throughput is directly proportional to the number of … CPUs. In
2.3 Understanding Scalability → The word scalability is used in many contexts in development environments. The following section … provides an explanation of scalability that is aimed at application designers and performance … specialists. This section covers the following topics: What is Scalability? System Scalability Factors Preventing Scalability
Scalability → code. After reinitialization, the mapping debug session starts from the beginning. Scalability … Scalability when debugging a mapping applies both to the amount of data that is passed and to the number
4.3.4 Improved Performance and Scalability → Performance and Scalability The following sections describe new and improved performance and scalability capabilities in this release.
Advantages of PL/SQL → Portability Scalability Manageability Support for Object-Oriented Programming Support for Developing Web Applications Support for Developing Server Pages
Unmatched Performance and Scalability → applications receive the same benefits in performance, scalability, fail over, and load balancing as any other application.
Scalability for Streams Notifications → AQ Event Notification Infrastructure provides asynchronous communication of database events from the suppliers/publishers of their events to the consumers/registrations. The event monitor sends these notifications. In order to meet the demands of increased notification use, the notification server in 11g is enhanced to a parallel notification server consisting of a coordinator and a set of subordinate
Scalability of Oracle RAC → multiple systems. It provides scalability beyond the capacity of a single server. If your
Scalability → the scalability requirements of data warehouses. This section contains the following topics: Bigger
scalability → The ability to add additional nodes to Oracle RAC applications and achieve markedly improved scale-up and speed-up.
SERIALLY_REUSABLE Packages → packages let you design applications that manage memory better for scalability. If a package is not … scalability. The package state can persist for the life of a session, locking UGA memory until the session
Extensions to Improve Application Performance and Scalability → OCI provides several feature extensions to improve application performance and scalability … , and scalability improvements have been made by reducing the amount of state information that must be … interface's TM_JOIN operation Improved scalability by providing the ability to concentrate connections
5 Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing Performance and Scalability → This chapter discusses performance and scalability issues relating to Oracle Streams Advanced
Benefiting from the Scalability of DRCP in an OCI Application → Consider the following three types of application scenarios and note how each benefits from DRCP: Applications that do not use OCI session pooling and also do not specify any connection class or purity setting (or specify a purity setting of NEW ) get a new session from the DRCP. Similarly, when the application releases a connection back to the pool, the session is not shared with other instances
Using Storage Parameters → Storage parameters can be specified when creating a queue table using the storage_clause parameter. Storage parameters are inherited by other IOTs and tables created with the queue table. The tablespace of the queue table should have sufficient space to accommodate data from all the objects associated with the queue table. With retention specified, the history table as well as the queue table can
Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing and Oracle Real Application Clusters → Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) can be used to ensure highly available access to queue data. The entry and exit points of a queue, commonly called its tail and head respectively, can be extreme hot spots. Because Oracle RAC may not scale well in the presence of hot spots, limit usual access to a queue from one instance only. If an instance failure occurs, then messages managed by the