A Quick look at Delphix Cross Platform Provisioning

Posted by Ron Ekins on

Why Cross Platform Provisioning (XPP) As a consultant I am fortunate to get the opportunity to work and speak with many customers across the whole of EMEA, a topic which is often discussed is the use of the Linux or the ‘Cloud’ for Development and Test teams. I will cover how you can migrate data…

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Accepting the Visitors

Posted by Nav Ravindranath on

Design patterns? Ugh, not those again… I remember sitting in my undergraduate object-oriented design class as our professor went on and on about the Singleton Pattern, the Decorator Pattern, the Composite Pattern, and so many others. Most of them weren’t too bad, but some of them started to sound the same after a while. Just…

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When I Think of Data, I Think of Energy

Posted by Heidi Lim on

One of my not-so-secret goals at Delphix is to get people thinking about us as a green tech company. As enterprises worldwide accelerate application projects with Delphix, they’ll realize we’re masters of all kinds of efficiency. Provisioning virtual databases (VDBs) instead of physical data copies creates minimal physical storage overhead with each incremental VDB, dramatically reducing…

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Accelerating Devops via Data Virtualization | Delphix

Posted by Tim Gorman on

I hate buzzwords as much as the next bitter twisted old man… …but the idea behind DevOps, of building, testing, and releasing software more rapidly and reliably is simply amazing and utterly necessary. As system complexity continues to increase, and application functionality baloons, and as the cost of production downtime skyrockets  — development and rapid…

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Streamline Backups and Restores during Critical EBS Upgrades

Posted by Alexandros Mathopoulos on

Written by: Mike Swing —   The process of upgrading an E-Business Suite (EBS) system is one requiring dozens or hundreds of steps. Think of it like climbing a wall. Each handhold or foothold is analogous to one of the steps in the upgrade.   What happens if you miss a handhold or foothold?  …

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Oracle EBS Cloning with Delphix 5.0

Posted by Ron Ekins on

History of Delphix and Oracle Oracle EBS non-Production environments often have complex topologies, usually with separate database and application tiers, often with multiple Application servers. The recent Delphix v5.0 releases addressed this challenging requirement with the introduction of support for multiple Application Servers ‘Multi-Node’. I thought it was a good time to revisit how Delphix…

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Delphix 5.0 Redefines The Potential Of Business Agility

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Demand for data security solutions from large corporations has been off the charts lately, which complements today’s announcement Delphix 5.0 — our first major product update since we acquired Axis Technology Software in 2015. Delphix 5.0 now fully integrates data masking into the core Delphix platform, providing faster and easier masking of sensitive data plus…

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How to Check Oracle EBS Clone Configuration

Posted by Ron Ekins on

How to check Oracle EBS Configuration An interesting question was raised during a recent discussion on Delphix 5.0 and it’s new Oracle EBS Multi-Node capability. How can I check what my Oracle EBS Clone topology is? The simplest way to check your R12 Clone configuration is to use Oracle Applications Manager (OAM). OAM (Oracle Applications…

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Delphix and DB2 ‘Air Gapped’

Posted by Ron Ekins on

Delphix v5.0 Delphix v5.0 introduced many new feature including Secure Replication, SDD (Selective Data Distribution) and Oracle E-Business Suite Multi-Node, but in this Blog I am going to give the new DB2 functionality a test drive. Delphix and DB2 The Delphix DB2 solution uses DB2 High Availability Disaster Recovery (HADR) capability to synchronise data from…

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Spring 2016 EKO Hackathon report

Posted by Rahul Nair on

Building on the success of the Fall 2015 EKO Hackathon, I was privileged to help organize the Spring 2016 EKO Hackathon. This time we kept the same event structure for the hackathon but conducted the bulk of the hacking and the presentations at the offsite EKO location. We did have some of the inevitable wifi…

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