Sign in to report inappropriate content. In this Demo, Mark Hornick presents an introduction to the Oracle Machine Learning Notebooks interface. OML Notebooks is part of the Oracle Autonomous Database offering, and it is based on Apache Zeppelin. Join us at the AskTOM Oracle Machine Learning Office Hours for free, monthly training and tips on how to make the most of Oracle Machine Learning, from Oracle product managers, developers and evangelists: https://asktom.oracle.com/pls/apex/as...
Amazon's cloud computing division AWS has announced that it has decided to utilize its own databases instead of Oracle's and the company has finally turned off its last Oracle database. AWS has managed to move 75 petabytes of internal data stored on almost 7,500 Oracle databases back to its own service. In a blog post, AWS's Jeff Barr explained that the database migration is now complete after several years of work, saying: "Today I would like to tell you about an internal database migration effort of this type that just wrapped up after several years of work. Over the years we realized that we were spending too much time managing and scaling thousands of legacy Oracle databases. Instead of focusing on high-value differentiated work, our database administrators (DBAs) spent a lot of time simply keeping the lights on while transaction rates climbed and the overall amount of stored data mounted. This included time spent dealing with complex & inefficient hardware provisioning, license management, and many other issues that are now best handled by modern, managed database services."
Whether you want to get more done every day--have you heard of bullet journaling?--or are trying to be more organized at work, school, or home, a notebook you cherish can be the difference between a happy hum of productivity and, well, watching another episode Boston Legal. There are notebooks of all shapes and sizes laying around our office. We've got a passionate group over here, with strong preferences for certain pages, bindings, and paper weights. Some like dotted pages, others want those straight ruler lines. A smaller faction prefer the rigid structure of a grid.