Author Archives: Marcus

Getting the most out of your Oracle database processor license in the cloud – if you dare…

Following up on the the Oracle doubled the costs for database licenses on MS Azure and partly on AWS post, I wondered with which setup on which cloud provider you would get the most bang out of an Oracle SE2 database processor … Continue reading

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Oracle doubled the costs for database licenses on MS Azure and partly on AWS

On January 23rd, 2017 Oracle published a new version of their “Licensing Oracle Software in the Cloud Computing Environment” document. The current version is available here: http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/pricing/cloud-licensing-070579.pdf Previously, a virtual database server with 8 virtual cores running Oracle Enterprise Edition … Continue reading

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Oracle Certified Master exam passed

After about 4 months of preparation and by far the most stressing exam in my professional life, I am extremely happy about the email from Oracle University today saying: Congratulations! on the successful completion of the Oracle DBA 11g Certified … Continue reading

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Mumbai version 3.1.1 available

Yes, it is still alive. 🙂 Version 3.1.1 of Mumbai is available for download. Mumbai served me well over the last months, so there were no updates for quite some time. However, it’s time to do at least some compatibilty fixes, … Continue reading

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Mumbai version 3.0.1 available

Version 3.0.1 of Mumbai is available for download. Here’s the list of changes: Breaking change: Any custom command that you set up on the toolbar will be gone. Breaking change: If you use a master password to encrypt connection passwords, … Continue reading

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Mumbai 3.0 status update

Thanks a lot to everyone who donated for Mumbai version 3.0 until now! The total is at around 110 130 140 US$ right now, but of course you can still change this. 🙂 I’ve started adding features and I’m making … Continue reading

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Fund raising for Mumbai 3.0

Mumbai has always been free-to-use and I don’t want to change this ever. However, I’ve spent considerable amounts for development tools over the last years. To be able to implement some new features, I will need to invest a bit … Continue reading

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