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How to do EXPORT / IMPORT between #Exasol and #Oracle

The commands IMPORT and EXPORT provide an easy way to transfer data between Exasol and other data sources like an Oracle database. You may at first get this error message: Oracle instant client not available. Please ask your administrator to install it via EXAoperation.

Here’s how to do that yourself without having to ask your admin </p />
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#Exasol’s annual conference in Berlin #XP18

We have had our annual conference Xperience in Berlin again – it was an amazing event with a packed agenda full of customer success stories and technical news. This year at the Umspannwerk.

Users, schemas & privileges in #Exasol

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Getting started with #Exasol

One nice and easy way to make yourself familiar with Exasol – the leading In-Memory Analytic Database – is the Community Edition. It’s free and can be downloaded here as a virtual machine running on VirtualBox.

A good description how to install the Community Edition can be found here.

There’s an Exasol SQL Client called EXAplus. You can use it as GUI, then it looks like this:

What is #Exasol?

Exasol is the name of a company based in Nuremberg, Germany and the name of its major product: An in-memory analytic database.

That database leads the recent TPC-H benchmarks, delivering outstanding performance while running on commodity hardware.

Technically, Exasol is a clustered RDBMS using a shared nothing architecture. Availability is achieved with spare nodes, like in this diagram: