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Very good article. It will be nice to use Bicep as IaC.
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Hi Kellyn, I was thinking around the support for ASM with Azure backup. I just couldn’t find something that specifically said it was supported. I’ll give this a try. Thanks
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Oracle ASM is supported with the Azure Backup volume snapshots and although the term "impact" could be translated a few ways, (ASM performance benefits vs. complexities) so let me know if you have a deeper question on this aspect of the volume snapshots. Thank you, Kellyn
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Any view on the impact if the Database is installed on an ASM disk group?
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in IOPs is Overrated on Jan 10 2023 08:28 AM
The most common issue with stating blanket IOPS number is that it often comes without specifying IO sizes, random/sequential distribution and R/W mixes. Without it its like stating your new car needs to be able do '65'. Like what, miles or kilometres? And, as in 'distance', or 'per time unit' (aka '...
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