Thursday, August 19, 2010

PeopleSoft, Siebel, ADF, BI, RDBMS, EBS, Exadata



At the Siebel Essentials blog, some valuable insight on upgrades: Siebel Upgrade Advisor

and on a related matter, Siebel Unleashed brings us a posting on Siebel Deployment -Release management. An approach using scripts that proves that in IT, it isn't 'better living through plastic' like in the campy old adverts, but better living through scripting.


Shay Shmelzer's Weblog directs our steps toward an ADF deep dive:


A pointer from the Oracle Business Intelligence blog to the all-important certification matrix: OBIEE 11g Certification Matrix


Three great postings of links, one from Eddie Awad:


the 199th issue of the Log Buffer, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs: Log Buffer #199 at the Pythian Blog

and finally a reminder that the Oak Table Net site is now a rich hunting ground for articles from the leading lights in the realm of Oracle optimization: for instance this valuable series by Jonathan Lewis on Joins.


The last couple of weeks from the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:


Seems like the more people dig into Exadata, the more cool stuff they find. It's an exciting product. Have a look over at Kerry Osborne's blog: Oracle Exadata - Storage Indexes

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