My name is Ludovico Caldara.
I’m an Oracle ACE Director and a database specialist with 19 years (and counting) of experience on the full Oracle stack (Clusterware, DataGuard, RAC, ASM, EM) but I also have deep knowledge of MySQL, PostgreSQL and MSSQL. I’ve administered literally thousands of databases in big datacenters so I have developed a natural leaning to automatization, monitoring and high availability. I’m a confirmed community contributor, frequent speaker at major conferences and co-writer of “RAC Attack 12c”. I am member of the RAC SIG board, SOUG-R board and co-founder of the Italian Oracle User Group. I’m currently working as a computing engineer at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research.
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Latest posts by Ludovico (see all)
- Oracle Grid Infrastructure 18c patching part 3: Executing out-of-place patching with the local-mode automaton - January 13, 2019
- Oracle Grid Infrastructure 18c patching part 2: Independent Local-mode Automaton architecture and activation - December 16, 2018
- Oracle Grid Infrastructure 18c patching part 1: Some history - November 16, 2018