We're pleased to announce publication of a strategically important new note for both Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and on-premises customers. Aimed at helping you get the best performance from your environment, it has been given a logical structure into which you can dip according to your questions or needs. Of course, you can always read it right through as well.
Most of the content is generic. However, as an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure customer you will want to pay close attention to Section 2 topics such as choosing the right shapes, reducing the volume of data before migration, taking into account network latency, and comparing performance before and after migration.
Here are the full contents:
Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
2.1. Pre OCI-Migration Best Practices
2.2. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Best Practices
Section 3: Database Best Practices
Section 4: Applications Best Practices
4.2. Forms-Based Applications
4.3. HTML-Based Applications
4.4. Oracle Workflow
4.5. Concurrent Processing
4.6. Oracle RAC Node Affinity
Section 5: Online Patching Best Practices
Section 6: Other Best Practices
Section 7: References
We hope you'll find it useful, and would welcome your feedback. Let us know if there are any other performance topics would you like to see addressed in this way.