Tuesday, August 24, 2010

EBS, Storage Performance, Exadata, Book Review, ADF, JDE

The start of a series over at James Morle's always entertaining and useful blog: SaneSAN2010: Serial to Serial – When One Bottleneck Isn’t Enough


An Oracle employee has some well-reasoned responses to what is being published by the competition over on his personal blog, Oracle Exadata and Netezza TwinFin Compared – An Engineer’s Analysis

Book Review

We've already passed along some kind words for Tom Kyte's latest book, but this review from Charles Hooper was so thorough I couldn't resist linking to it: Book Review: Expert Oracle Database Architecture: Oracle Database Programming 9i, 10g, and 11g Techniques and Solutions, Second Edition.


Some ideas from the on what's coming up from the GE2ORGE MAGGESSY blog on ADF at Oracle Open World (you are going, aren't you?): ADF and JQuery working together.

JD Edwards

A lighthearted rundown over at ITToolbox.com of the Top 10 Signs Your Company Needs Additional JDE Training (light-hearted in a 'ha, ha, only serious' manner, that is).

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