Sunday, April 13, 2008

SOA, Stellent, Obfuscated PL/SQL, PL/Scope, TDE


Second in a series of articles on SOA over at the AMIS Technology Blog, this one is on Subscribing to and Consuming Business Events.

Not to Brag, but Some Bragging

Stellent security came up on the Bex Huff blog, and it came through with flying colors. Good news is nice once in a while in the security realm.

Mystery Code Competition, PL/Scope

Some news is out on the obfuscated PL/SQL contest that concluded on April 1st. You can find it over on Eddie Awad's blog.

Also at Eddie's blog is a followup article on PL/Scope in 11g RDBMS, with some input from Oracle's product manager for PL/SQL.

TDE Performance

In researching Transparent Data Encryption for a client I came upon this excellent hands-on article at Oracle-Base blog which includes a script to measure performance differences with TDE in place.

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