TDE that we discussed in previous post is encryption mechanism for the data in rest. In this post, we are going to discuss the security…
Category: Database Basics
Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) has been a standard feature of Oracle database for quite a long time. Since database in cloud is increasingly becoming popular so this feature has taken a great importance keeping in mind that primary concerns that administrators have in keeping data in cloud (remote) servers is security.
Oracle Advanced Security Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) stops would-be attackers from bypassing the database and reading sensitive information from storage by enforcing data-at-rest encryption in the database layer. In this post we are going to demonstrate how the Transparent Data Encryption ensures that the data stored in the Oracle Database is protected and cannot be accessed from malicious users that have gained access at the OS level.
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In last post we created oracle cloud database by following a very simple process on the Oracle Cloud Console. We verified the database by connecting…
Creating a new database instance from Oracle Database Cloud Console is a very simple and straightforward task. Just a few clicks will give you a running database in less than 45 minutes.
Below is step-by-step procedure to install an Enterprise database version on Oracle Cloud.
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Database 12c brought with it many new features. There are improvement in many areas and new concepts. Most notable is the concept of Container database and Pluggable database.
Container Databases (CBD) and Pluggable Databases (PDB) brings with it a radical change and a major change in the core database architecture. Besides this major change there are many other improvements that Database 12c has. Some of those new features are listed below:
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Wrong Oracle Database time information After we had migrated our Oracle Applications 11i system to AIX 6.1 OS, we received complaints that few instances are showing…