It is very important to be proactive when managing user privileges. The principle of least privilege has been around since the dawn of the internet age – it’s simple in theory, but devilishly difficult in practice. This is where Oracle Database 19c Privilege Analysis comes into play.
Oracle Database 19c (release 19.4 and later) now includes the ability to dynamically scale compute for Pluggable Databases up and down in response to workload demands using CPU min/max ranges. Scale-up and scale-down of compute resources available to a Pluggable Database can be configured to happen automatically, instantly, and dynamically without intervention.
On one side, you have folks who say use a single-purpose "best-of-breed" database for each data type or workload you have. While the other half say, you should use a single converged database. So, which approach is right for you and your projects?
There’s nothing wrong with the microservice pattern when used appropriately. It makes extremely complex application architectures easier to manage and continuously deploy for large, distributed teams, but just like all other design patterns it is not (and should not be) a solution for every architecture.