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Lower IT Costs with Oracle Database 11g R2

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Database Design Has Everything To Do With Performance

How does database performance tuning and data migration affect database performance? Hugely, massively, and immensely.

In this expert e-guide, discover the affects database performance tuning and data migration have on database performance. Additionally, learn how Oracle segment space management can alleviate the issue of slowed performance after deleting database rows.

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