Thursday, January 1, 2009

New Regular Column, OTN's Best of the Year, PeopleSoft, Hyperion, Oracle Support, OBIEE, Performance

Blogs of Distinction: Best blog of 2008

You've seen many posts from Steven Chen and his cohorts at the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog. Well, I've decided to make that blog a regular fixture here on the Infogram blog, both in blog form and the weekly email format that goes to our customers.

Here's the latest from Steven, a series of three articles on the top 2008 techstack items for 11i:


Technet's Best


The Tahiti views blog tells us that the PeopleBooks docs are now available here.

Another nice recent PeopleSoft blog entry comes to us from the PeopleSoft DBA Blog, and gives us a blow by blow of tracking down a performance problem.


There's no doubt who ran the best Hyperion blog in 2008. It was Tim Tow. Here's a recent post of his on a diagnostic utility he found.


Chris Warticki has a presentation available in Oracle Web Conferencing (use IE to view). You can find it linked from his blog here.  He goes through a lot of valuable tools, and shares some of his experience and wisdom on getting the most for you money from Oracle Support.


Yes, another acronym, and it's one that can add a lot of value and stability to your enterprise. Rittman Mead Consulting has a good intro at their blog here.


Want a really nice performance tool to mess around with? Tanel Poder has a beauty: PerfSheet. You can find his article on it right here.

Happy New Year everyone! (Well except for about 1/4 of the world, for whom it will be New Year, Year of the Ox, on January 26).

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