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Fast and Furious: Capturing Edge Computing Data with Oracle 19c Fast Ingest

Fast and Furious: Capturing Edge Computing Data with Oracle 19c Fast Ingest

The Internet of Things (IoT) has penetrated every corner of our modern world, from the smart meters that monitor our home’s electricity usage to the smart home technology that lets us turn on lights or watch our favorite shows with a simple voice command. All these devices generate enormous

Designing a Database Schema for Beginners - Part 2

Designing a Database Schema for Beginners - Part 2

Database schema design involves myriad choices. In this final part of this series, Liron Amitzi covers five different options to design a schema that best suits the proposed solution, including discussion of the benefits and challenges of each design.

Designing a Database Schema for Beginners - Part 1

Designing a Database Schema for Beginners - Part 1

Designing a database schema—in other words, creating a set of database tables that capture key application elements as well as data stored within them—is a crucial part of any developer's and database administrator’s knowledge base with many important implications for both the database itself

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