Solution accelerator for consolidating and migrating file and print servers

Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) is included with Oracle Database Standard Edition.

You cannot purchase any options with Oracle Database Standard Edition One or Oracle Express Edition.

Oracle Designer supports Design and Generation of Code for Data (Schema) Application Development.

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At the end of this post you’ll find a table specifying the scenarios with their appriorate tool.

When you use the table wisely all three ways involve no extra investment, while at the same time appeal to your every migration wish.

Tasks can be anything that needs to be done during the close process – whether in the transaction system, general ledger, consolidation system or reporting system.

Employees are assigned to each task and the tasks are given a due date relative to each period end date so it’s easy to identify bottlenecks in the process using pre-built, web-based dashboards for monitoring the progress of the financial close.

I’ll explain how to use the File Server Migration Toolkit and when not to use it as a way of migrating an old File Server to a new one.

Besides covering how to use Microsoft’s File Server Migration Toolkit 1.0 I’ll also cover migrating an old file server using Distributed File System (DFS) and I’ll also show you my pick in 3rd party synchronization tools.

This chapter describes the separately licensed Oracle Database options, management packs, and other products you can purchase to enhance the capabilities of Oracle Database in specific application environments.

This chapter contains the following sections: You may not use the options, packs, or products described below without separately purchased licenses.

An Oracle Active Data Guard standby database can be used to offload a primary database of reporting, ad-hoc queries, data extracts, and backups, making it a very effective way to insulate interactive users and critical business tasks on the production system from the overhead of long-running operations.

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