Do you really have to encrypt the tablespace? My bet is that
90% of the data does not have to be encrypted. Is this for GDPR?
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Subject: Performance and encryption
Looking at implementing encryption on some tablespaces Oracle 12c. I haven't
done anything with it for awhile so I have no experience with current
processors in the Intel family. Wondering about the performance impact on
that. What have you seen in terms of performance when implementing encryption?
How does that compare to other options like storage compression?