Thursday, June 17, 2010

UCM, Storage, Security, Magazine


The bex huff blog lets us know the happy news that Oracle UCM 11g Now Released!


James Morle tells us about the possibility that flash memory is finally poised on its price point. It's been a long time, and we've heard plenty of announcements before that flash is going to fix everything, but somehow the train never quite got to the station. Well, apparently it's close enough to hear train horns now: “Flash” Storage Will Be Cheap – The End of the World is Nigh


Auditing can be important, but, as in everything else, having several systems helps, as does never putting all eggs in one basket. Case in point: Turning off SYS auditing from the DB without that fact being recorded, over at Paul M. Wright's Three Tier Oracle Security in London blog.


SOA 11g cloning over at the SOA@Oracle SCA, BPEL, BPM & Service Bus blog. You don't need a government grant to do the cloning with all the associated controversy. You don't even have to wonder if you are crossing some thorny ethical border by cloning. You can just clone it.

Oracle Magazine

It doesn't have a centerfold (no, not even with raw devices), but it's as glossy and entertaining as our folks can make it while still satisfying our customers' inner geek. It's Oracle Magazine, and the latest issue is linked from here: May/June 2010 Issue

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