Thursday, July 22, 2010

EBS, ECM, MySQL, WLS, APEX, Compression, PeopleSoft, OpenWorld


New this week at the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

Wondering about the path of MySQL since the merger? Here's the official you betcha Oracle corporate page on it. (Thought I was going to lay out some secret and controversial link, didn't you?).




On the wonderfully named Oracle Related Stuff blog we have some handy reminders on limitations of compression. I would also remind you that GoldenGate still does not support compression, but we are working on it.


Over at the PeopleSoft/Oracle blog there's a link to Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise Hosted PeopleBooks.


OpenWorld is right around the corner, and some of the presenters of interest to the performance world are publishing their sessions. If it's anything like the conferences I've attended in the past you'll want to clone yourself to attend all the sessions you are interested in. Here's a posting with scheduling info from the Striving for Optimal Performance blog.

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