Thursday, May 21, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 21-MAY-2015


RDBMS


PL/SQL

A tale of romantic notions and cold hard bonus cash: Dinner Courtesy of the Lady: My Most Successful PL/SQL Assignment, from Toolbox.com.

OEM

From the intriguingly named PETEWHODIDNOTTWEET.COM: INSTALLING ENTERPRISE MANAGER 12C FOR TESTING (also apparently the Pete whose shift key is stuck).

From the AMIS Oracle and Java Blog: Keeping track of your licenses with OEM12C – reports

Exalogic


Data Warehousing

More on monitoring parallel  processing from the Data Warehouse Insider: PX In Memory, PX In Memory IMC?

Cloud Computing

DOCS and APEX integration through REST API, from Oracle Cloud for Developers.

OIM


GoldenGate

From Oracle DBA – Tips and Techniques: Oracle Goldengate on DBFS for RAC and Exadata

Oracle OpenStack


WebLogic

Creating and scaling Dynamic Clusters using wlst , from WebLogic Partner Community EMEA.

APEX

Differences between Oracle APEX 4.2 and 5.0, from get along with oracle and apex.

Solaris

From Oracle Solaris Crash Analysis Tool: Oracle Solaris Crash Analysis Tool 5.5 Release

EBS

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support blog:







From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:



Monday, May 18, 2015

Contributions by Angela Golla, Infogram Deputy Editor

Profit Magazine for May
The May issue of Profit Magazine is available. It has a special 'Digital Disruption' report that includes 'The 4 Steps to a Successful Big Data Project' and more.   

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 14-MAY-2015


SQL Developer


Exalogic


From Exadata Partner Community – EMEA: Capgemini whitepaper: Oracle Exalogic-based Big Data strategy

ZFS


Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance


Oracle Utilities

From The Shorten Spot (@theshortenspot): Using JVMD with Oracle Utilities Applications - Part 1 Online

Java

From The Java Source: Reactive Java EE

BI

Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11.1.1.9.0, from Business Analytics - Proactive Support.

SOA

From the SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog: Additional new content SOA & BPM Partner Community

WebCenter

From Proactive Support - WebCenter Content: WebCenter 11.1.1.9.0 is Here!

ICS

From the Oracle Partner Hub: ISV Migration Center Team: Webcast - Oracle Integration Cloud Services (ICS): Technical Overview

JSON

The new SQL/JSON Query operators (Part4: JSON_TABLE), from the JSON in the Oracle Database blog.

Demantra


EBS

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support blog:







From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:




Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Contribution by Angela Golla, Infogram Deputy Editor

Managing Millenials - The Shifting Workforce
A significant portion of US workers will be leaving the workforce. At the same time, a new generation is entering the workforce with an entirely different set of expectations. According to a PwC report, millennials already form 25% of the workforce in the US. By 2020, millennials will form 50% of the global workforce.  Read  Mark Hurd's interesting take on this major shift on LinkedIn

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 07-MAY-2015


RDBMS




Oracle Key Vault

Using Oracle Key Vault, from Oracle University.

Fusion


Analytics

Patch Set Update: Hyperion Disclosure Management 11.1.2.3.588, from Business Analytics - Proactive Support.

MySQL

From the MySQL Server Blog:



MySQL Enterprise Monitor 3.0.21 has been released, from the MySQL Enterprise Tools Blog.

GoldenGate



Java


Mobile Computing


Demantra



Thursday, April 30, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 30-APR-2015


Linux



Fusion


And from Fusion Applications Developer Relations: JDeveloper Versions Revisited

Java

Less Noisy NetBeans, from Geertjan’s Blog.

Mobile Computing

Oracle Database Mobile Server 12c (12.1.0.0.0) Released, from Oracle Partner Hub: ISV Migration Center Team.

SOA

Implementing Coherence and OWSM out-of-process on OSB, from the SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog.

Social Technology

What Does Facebook’s API Change Mean?, from Oracle Social Spotlight.

MySQL

From Oracle’s MySQL Blog: Importing and Backing Up with mysqldump

Demantra


EBS

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support blog:



From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:




…and Finally


Now you can listen to Wikipedia. No, not sounds on Wikimedia, but the sounds of edits being entered in various languages on Wikipedia itself. There’s a list on the bottom to add and remove languages to the stream.

Monday, April 27, 2015

Contributions by Angela Golla, Infogram Deputy Editor


Database Security
From the outset, Oracle has delivered the industry's most advanced technology to safeguard data at the source—the database. Oracle provides a comprehensive portfolio of security solutions to ensure data privacy, protect against insider threats, and enable regulatory compliance for both Oracle and non-Oracle databases. Oracle's powerful preventive and detective security controls include database activity monitoring and blocking, privileged user and multifactor access control, data classification and discovery, transparent data encryption, consolidated auditing and reporting, secure configuration management, and data masking. With Oracle, customers can deploy reliable data security solutions that require no changes to existing applications, saving time and money.  Learn more at the Database Security Overview web page. 

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