Oracle Database 12c R2
Database 12c R2: RAC Administration Ed 2
This Oracle Database 12c R2: RAC Administration training teaches you about Oracle RAC database architecture. Explore Global Resources and Cache Fusion and more. In this course, you will be introduced to Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service.
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PostgreSQL is a robust, free-of-cost object-relational database system with over 30 years of active development that has earned it a strong reputation for reliability, feature robustness, and performance.
PostgreSQL which is commonly known as Postgres is an object-relational plus a compatible database management system also known as an ORDBMS emphasizing on docility with regards to its standards. It is able to manage the work from small-single machine applications to large internet-facing applications and data warehousing, it can do all of it with many coexisting users on macOS Server. PostgreSQL is a default database and can be found available on Microsoft,Windows and Linux(where supplied in most distribution).We are established as a relational database management system and also the world’s most advanced open source database which is managed by a highly advanced and experienced open source community.
PostgreSQL is ACID-compliant and transactional. PostgreSQL consists of updatable views and materialized views, triggers, foreign keys; supports functions and stored procedures, and other expandability.
PostgreSQL has been developed by the PostgreSQL Global Development Group, a diverse group of many companies and individual contributors. It is free of cost and open-source, released under the terms of the PostgreSQL License, a permissive software license.
PostgreSQL's developers pronounce PostgreSQL as t is abbreviated as Postgres because of ubiquitous support for the SQL standard among (at least early version of) most relational databases. PostgreSQL implements attributes of old and up to later versions.
Initially known as POSTGRES, the name (Post Ingres) denotes the project's origins in that database which was developed at University of California, Berkeley.The community considered changing the name back to Postgres; but, the PostgreSQL Core Team announced in 2007 that the product would continue to use the name PostgreSQL.