A collection of control files, datafiles, and redo logs.
The portion of the SGA (System Global Area) where copies of the data blocks are cached in memory. See also System Global Area (SGA).
A Java-based tool you can use to create Oracle databases. The DBCA can store and manage definitions of your databases in the form of templates that can be used to make copies of a database.
A web-based component of the Enterprise Management Framework for managing Oracle Database 10g. The Database Control allows you to monitor and administer a single Oracle database instance or a single Real Application Cluster (RAC) environment.