[Oracle Cloud] Performance and Tuning Best Practices

Performance and Tuning Best Practices


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1 Compute Best Practices for Oracle Cloud
1.1 OS Oracle Linux Image
1.2 OS Bootable Storage Volume
1.3 High-Availability Orchestration of Compute Cloud Service Instances
1.4 Placement of Services to Reduce Network Latency
1.5 DOS-Compatible Mode Disabled for Storage Volumes
1.6 Data Migration
1.7 On-Premises OS Tuning Parameters Applied to Compute Cloud Service Instances
1.8 SSH Tunneling for Secure Connectivity
1.9 LUKS for File Encryption at Rest
1.10 Runtime Tools for Monitoring System and Processes

2 Database Best Practices for Oracle Cloud
2.1 Oracle Database Kernel Parameter Tuning
2.2 Oracle DB Redo Logs and Data Files Mapped to Latency Volumes
2.3 Recommended DBaaS Software Edition
2.4 Oracle init.ora I/O Performance Parameters
2.5 Oracle init.ora Diagnostics and Tuning Pack for Enterprise Edition
2.6 Configuration of HugePages for Oracle in Linux
2.7 Oracle Row Prefetching
2.8 Disaster Recovery
2.9 MySQL DB Performance Bottleneck with UTF8 Character Set
2.10 RMAN Backup

3 GoldenGate Best Practices for Oracle Cloud
3.1 Configuration of GoldenGate for Performance, Manageability, and Database Stability
3.2 Best Practices for Replication Between Cloud and On-Premises Environments

4 Business Intelligence Cloud Service and Essbase Best Practices for Oracle Cloud
4.1 Performance Impact on Business Intelligence Cloud Service Queries from Network Overhead
4.2 Latency Volumes for Essbase Data Files
4.3 High Memory Shapes for Essbase Compute Cloud Service Instances
4.4 HTTP Layer Cache Control Pragmas for Static Files

5 JVM Best Practices for Oracle Cloud
5.1 Garbage Collection Tuning Affected by Number of VCPUs in Compute Cloud Service Instance
5.2 Small Compute Shape and Heap Size for WebLogic Administration Server
5.3 Maximum Heap Size for Java Process

6 Oracle Traffic Director Best Practices for Oracle Cloud
6.1 HTTP Keep-Alive Timeout Parameter
6.2 Thread Pool Settings
6.3 Always Use Keep Alive for Connections to Origin Servers
6.4 Static Files Cached at Oracle Traffic Director
6.5 Cache Headers for Static Files in Web Tier
6.6 Compression of Text for Faster Request and Response Times
6.7 Placement of Compute Cloud Service Instances on Different Nodes for High Availability
6.8 Configuration of Oracle Traffic Director Failover Groups for High Availability
6.9 Oracle Traffic Director Tuning for Performance

7 Node.js Applications Best Practices for Oracle Cloud
7.1 Applications of Node.js on Application Container Cloud Service for High Availability
7.2 Application Container Cloud Service AntiAffinity Setting for High Availability
7.3 Application Container Cloud Service Rolling Restart Mode for High Availability During Upgrade
7.4 Single-Threaded Node for Performance


ナウル・K. タネジャ Nawal K. Taneja

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