Very Large Database


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Very Large Database

(database)
(VLDB) A database that can use a Very Large Memory model to keep as much data as possible in physical memory.

(Oracle http://oracle.com/platforms/dec/collateral/vlmwp_3.html).
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He introduces the basics behind the software, including general data availability and very large database maintenance, what everyone should know about security, including managed code, end-point security and securing the server, enterprise data management, including replication enhancements and operations management tools, features for database development, business intelligence, including the software's reporting capabilities, and a full chapter on code.
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