Thursday, March 25, 2010

NUMA, EBS, ECM, Hyperion, GoldenGate and JDE

Storage: NUMA

Kevin Closson gives us a really interesting inside view of some of the issues involving Oracle and NUMA in You Buy a NUMA System, Oracle Says Disable NUMA! What Gives? Part I


This week at the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:


Oracle ECM Alerts - Product News & Information has put up a recording of the last quarterly customer update.


Over at In 2 Hyperion there is a valuable introduction Collaborative Decision Making using Annotation Service (okay, admitedly that sounds like 'better life through plastics', but it actually is a valuable features).

Tim Tow found 'one of those spots you should write down' in dealing with the Classic Excel Add-in in Windows 7

Lots of message traffic on
The Essbase Users forum. Worth having a look.

Edgewater Technology is starting a series on Top Web Technology and Marketing trends for 2010. Part One is on Social Strategy and Infrastructure.

Over at the Ranzal & Associates weblog there's a good posting on Using Oracle’s Hyperion® Life Cycle Management

GoldenGate and JDE

This product is one of our most exciting acquisitions of late, and this posting over at the The JD Edwards Advisor blog discusses
how Oracle upgrades its real-time data integration capability fits in with some long-term JDE strategies.

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