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Presentation on Database

Service

Done by: Poonam Gupta
Introduction
Database services (services) are logical abstractions for managing
workloads in Oracle Database. Services divide workloads into mutually
disjoint groupings. Each service represents a workload with common
attributes, service-level thresholds, and priorities. The grouping is
based on attributes of work that might include the application function to
be used, the priority of execution for the application function, the job
class to be managed, or the data range used in the application function
or job class. For example, the Oracle E-Business suite defines a
service for each responsibility, such as general ledger, accounts
receivable, order entry, and so on. Each database service has a unique
name.Connection requests can include a database service name. If no
service name is included and the Net Services file listener.ora
designates a default service, the connection uses the default service.
Benefits of a database service
● Reduce Labor Costs – The only other alternative you have to keep up with
your new DBaaS app is to hire in new staff. Overcoming all of the hurdles
created due to the costs associated with a new employee will only delay your
app deployment even further.
● Automate Back-Ups – A good provider will incorporate storage and backups
into their solution. At Contegix you can choose between an on-premise SAN
or an off-site option. As well as choose the frequency that best fits your
needs.
● Increase Speed of Deployments – With database management in the
hands of experts outside your IT team, creating and managing databases
becomes something you can do swiftly and efficiently without worries.
● Use It and Move It – Complete the testing and development stages of your
database app on a public cloud, and easily move it onto a more permanent
system once you’re ready for deployment.
Types of database
● Operational databases
● End user databases
● Centralised databases
● Distributed databases
● Personal databases
● Commercial databases
Conclusion
By means of this information, it is possible to carry out
epidemiological studies and use them as resources that allow an
analysis, for example, of the quality of care given to oncology
patients, which consequently, may generate improvement measures
in the care offered to this population. Additionally, with the use of the
results obtained with this database, it is possible to obtain
information capable of helping in administrative planning, and
therefore, to improve the management of healthcare services of the
institution.
Therefore, it was concluded that an oncology database is
extremely important for the processes of management and care, as
long as its information is collected, tabulated, stored and monitored
with safety.