Thursday, October 9, 2008

Hyperion, AIA, RMAN, Identify Assurance, Total Recall, Troubleshooting


Tim Tow's Hyperion, the best blog on the subject, has a PDF of the 11.1.1 installation available.

My second favorite Hyperion blog, Look Smarter Than You Are, has a pointer to some great utilities from the OLAP Underground.

Innovation and AIA

Some kind words about AIA and the key to Oracle as a company: Innovation, over at ZDNet.

Better Life Through RMAN

How to move from Windows to Linux using RMAN over at Alejandro Vargas' blog.

Identity Assurance

Got buzzwords? Here's a new one: Identity Assurance. No, it doesn't mean getting out a mirror at customs and telling the agents: 'Yes, that's me alright'. It's over at the Talking Identity blog.

Total Recall

Richard Foote has some good things to say about Oracle Total Recall in 11g over in his blog.


And so it begins...the pleasant flood of material from Open World. Here's Tanel Poder's material on Oracle Troubleshooting.

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