Thursday, February 14, 2008

RAC on Linux, Security

RAC and Linux

Putting together the power of RAC and the savings and efficiency of Linux? Ardent Performance Computing blog has a good posting on some of the tricks of getting Clusterware to behave on RedHat here.

Web Application Security

Ok, you've applied the Oracle security CPU we keep harping about, you've locked up all the silverware and turned on the alarm system. What about your web application? The aut disce, aut discede blog has a favorable review of a new book, The Web Application Hacker's Handbook.

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