What's in Oracle Database 12c for Java?

Introduction 3 new 12c JDBC white papers, focusing on:

Java Performance, Scalability, Availability, Manageability & Security with Oracle database 12c

Looking to exploit the new Oracle Multitenant Container Database with Java?
Have you ever needed to deploy Java applications with tens of thousands of concurrent users? If you are a Java architect, Java designer or wannabe looking to exploit new Oracle database 12c enhancements in the areas of performance, scalability, availability, security and manageability/ease-of-use, this is the paper for you.

Oracle Database 12c Application Continuity for Java

Have you ever experienced paying twice the same flight ticket, the same article or your taxes? Have you ever wanted the system to just deal with database failure and not ask you to restart your transaction from start? Upon database outages (hardware, software, network, or storage failure), four problems confront applications: hangs, errors handling, determining the outcome of in-flight work (i.e., last COMMIT), and the resubmission in-flight work.
If you are application developer, database and system administrator, integrator or ISV looking to better exploit Oracle RAC and Active Data Guard to achieve maximum application availability, this is the paper for you (although with a Java focus).

JDBC Memory Management with Oracle database 12c

Database applications can use large amounts of memory. Large scale JDBC applications can run into performance problems due to the amount of memory they use. The Oracle database 12c drivers are more frugal with memory but large applications can still run into memory problems.
This white paper gives some insight into how the various drivers use memory and how to tune them for best performance. If your application performs acceptably then there is no reason to worry about memory use. If your application does not have the performance you wish and uses more memory than desirable, this is the paper for you to read.

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