Five reasons to migrate to an Oracle Multitenant architecture

I’ve begun to move my company’s development and test databases to an Oracle Multitenant architecture. Multitenant…

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isn’t new, having debuted in 2013 with the initial release of Oracle Database 12c, version 12.1.0.1. So, why am I moving to it now?

Below is a list of reasons, ranging from end-of-life technology concerns to easier administration and the ability to deploy more databases on our existing systems. Read on to see if your…

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