What are Oracle Patches?
Oracle patching is not always straight forward. Patch sets, patch bundles, one-off and interim patches, critical patch updates,… so many product version numbers. What should I install on my Oracle systems and how often?
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With the increased focus on cost savings, the usage of open-source platforms like LAMP comes into mind. In addition to cost savings, IT trends and external factors are pushing enterprises towards Open Source Systems (OSS).
Below is my conservative view on switching from Closed Source Systems (CSS) to OSS. Some more details you can read in my following LAMP related posts ragarding Oracle database on Linux and comparison of Oracle and My SQL databases. Read more »
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