Thursday, October 30, 2014

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 30-OCT-2014


RDBMS


MySQL

November's events with MySQL, from Oracle’s MySQL Blog.

MySQL for Excel 1.3.3 has been released, from the MySQL on Windows blog.

BI



ODI


SOA

From SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog: What’s New in Oracle SOA Suite 12c?

ADF


Cloud

Heating Up Your OpenStack Cloud, from the Fore! blog.

ECB


Demantra


MAF

APEX and MAF: seeing is believing, from the Blueberry Coder.

Mobile Persistence Extension for Oracle MAF, from WebLogic Partner Community EMEA

EBS

From Oracle E-Business Suite Technology:






From Oracle E-Business Suite Technology:













Monday, October 27, 2014

Contributions by Angela Golla, Infogram Deputy Editor

Texas Delivers Citizen Services in Secure Cloud
The first US state to deliver a complete portfolio of citizen services in the Cloud, Texas is the leader in Open Government. With a "my government, my way" promise, Texas relies on Oracle to help 30+ agencies deliver services to nearly 30M citizens.  This is a brief video on how Texas accomplished this. 

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 16-OCT-2014


RDBMS


Services

A good metaphor on services at LinkedIn from Albert Barron: Pizza as a Service.


SQL Developer


EBS


Java

From Across the Universe: JavaOne presentations available

OEM

Using JVM Diagnostics (JVMD) to help tune production JVMs, the Oracle Enterprise Manager blog.

Security


Business


Books


An interesting new marketing approach: Fluent Python is being published by O’Reilly as an early release.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 09-OCT-2014


Looking Back on OpenWorld

The first wave of impressions and information from OpenWorld are rolling in. Soon the wealth of articles will follow.


Mobile Highlights from OOW14, from Oracle Fusion Middleware.




RDBMS

Chris Warticki pointed this valuable resource out on Twitter: Oracle Database 12c In-Memory Series

Big Data


MySQL


OID

From Frankie goes to Hollywood, Oracle DIP Filtering

WLS

From the WebLogic Server Blog: WebLogic Server 12.1.3 on JDK 8.

Analytics

From Business Analytics - Proactive Support: Business Analytics Monthly Index - September 2014

Solaris


Security


EBS

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:




Thursday, October 2, 2014

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 02-OCT-2014


A short issue this week since the great majority of Oracle bloggers and twitterites were out at OpenWorld.

Support

A fresh issue of Chris Warticki’s #Oracle News, Info and Support is out.

PL/SQL

From AMIS: FTPS with PL/SQL

SQL Developer

That Jeff Smith brings out the last installment of: 30 SQL Developer Posts in 30 Days, Day 30: Getting Your Data to the Web

Virtualization


ODI



Java


Oracle Marketing


Big Data

Pythian has a new white paper out: Taming the Big Challenge of Big Data

Hadoop


EBS

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:







From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology Blog:


Google Chrome 35 Certified with Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 & 12.2

Monday, September 29, 2014

Contributions by Angela Golla, Infogram Deputy Editor

Oracle Security Alert for CVE-2014-7169

Security Alert  CVE-2014-7169 addresses a publicly disclosed vulnerability affecting GNU Bash. GNU Bash is a popular open source command line shell incorporated into Linux and other widely used operating systems. This vulnerability affects multiple Oracle products. This vulnerability may be remotely exploitable without authentication, i.e. it may be exploited over a network without the need for a username and password. A remote user can exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary code on systems that are running affected versions of Bash. 

Oracle is still investigating this issue and will provide fixes for affected products as soon as they have been fully tested and determined to provide effective mitigation against the vulnerability. 

The fixes that are available for immediate application by customers are listed in the Patch Availability Table. This Security Alert will be updated when fixes are available for additional affected Oracle products without sending additional emails to customers. Customers should check this page for updates.

Due to the severity, public disclosure, and reports of active exploitation of CVE-2014-7169, Oracle strongly recommends that customers apply the fixes provided by this Security Alert as soon as they are released by Oracle.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 25-SEP-2014


OpenWorld





OakTable always has a conference within the conference with some leading lights of the RDBMS world. From Kyle Hailey: Agenda for Oaktable World 2014, located at Creativity Museum


RDBMS

Import into UTF8 Database, from Laurent Schneider.


PL/SQL


Linux

From the Oracle Linux Blog: Oracle Linux 5.11 is now available


PeopleSoft


BI


Big Data



GlassFish


Testing


Data Science

Didn't find yourself on this list? Total fail! 43 Data Science Thought Leaders, According to Berkeley University from Data Science Central.

EBS

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:




From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology Blog:





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