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Oracle 12c Gives Fresh Life to the Relational Database Movement


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San Francisco (April 1, 2013) – In a dramatic move calculated to give fresh life to the moribund relational database movement, the latest version of Oracle Corporation’s flagship database has eliminated the famous “join penalty” by making it possible to store rows from multiple relational tables in the same database block. There are two flavors of the feature: hash clusters and indexed clusters. Database aficionado Iggy Fernandez has this to say about the feature: “Even Homer Simpson and his Springfield buddies are aware that Oracle Database supports the relational model. However, it is not universally known that Oracle Database 12c also supports the document model. Hash clusters and indexed clusters are critical building blocks of Document/Relational duality, an extension of the physical data independence proposed by Dr. Edgar Codd (1923–2003), the creator of the relational model. Document/Relational duality means that data in an Oracle…

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