Thursday, April 24, 2008

JD Edwards, Scaling, Performance, Hyperlinks, April CPU

JD Edwards

Some good updates on EnterpriseOne over at the JD Ewards Advisor blog.

Scaling Up

The High Scalability blog has some links to a presentation (slides and video) on how Google deals with scaling up (as you can imagine, they do a lot of that). I hope you have better luck with the video, I gave it five minutes and it still didn't finish downloading, so it may be 'overwatched' at the moment. In a way, that's mildly amusing, considering the video isn't scaling to meet demand. But the slides downloaded fine, and are full of eminently technical material (suitable for menacing non-technical relatives, saying that 'this is really interesting stuff' and 'just sit down here and I'll explain it all in terms you can understand').

Performance: CMT and Oracle

Considering CMT? Glenn Fawcett points out a few factors here on Utilizing CMT with Oracle.

Oracle Subdomains

Eddie Awad has come up with this great list of subdomains at his blog:

April CPU and EBS

A good summation of the April CPU, with links, over at the Oracle Security Blog.

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