Thursday, December 18, 2008

AIA, Hyperion, Performance, Unstructured Data, EBS

Do You Need AIA?

The Official AIA Blog asks: Do you really need AIA? You'd think that as the official AIA blog, and Oracle stockholders, they'd say: Why of course you do! But they actually look at the pros and cons. Good article,
found here.

ACS for Hyperion

Ok, next question, do you really need Advanced Customer Service for Hyperion? No doubts and vacillation on this one. You know you do. Read about it here. 


Glenn Fawcett's blog has a nice presentation available on performance analysis of the Oracle DB. It was prepared for Sun OS users, but has much wisdom for all trying to tame the waves of self-delusion, legend, myth and mystery that often surround performance optimization of large RDBMS.

Unstructured Data

Do you have a lot of unstructured data? Kevin Closson is looking into the future and seeing a wall of it heading our way. He has a suggestion on an HP server designed for that wall here.


EBS validation meets regular expressions in this excellent posting over at Gareth Roberts' In Depth Apps - Oracle eBusiness Suite blog.

1 comment:

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