Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Infogram This week: EBS, Summing Up, Enterprise RDBMS, Virtualization, Installs, Solaris


Still a slow, happy, holiday week, and only one new posting over at the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

New Whitepaper: Oracle E-Business Suite on Exadata

Summing Up

Here is one of the those 'end of the year' lists you definitely don't want to be on: The Ten Great Software Glitches for 2010 from ZDNet.

In another cumulative posting, Pythian hosted the latest issue of the Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs, Log Buffer 210, with many an interesting post.

Enterprise RDBMS

Kevin Closson brings us another series of interest to the enterprise RDBMS planner and user on his blog of the lengthy name: Kevin Closson’s Oracle Blog: Platform, Storage & Clustering Topics Related to Oracle Databases: Oracle Database 11g Direct NFS Clonedb Feature – Part I.


Over at Oracle's Virtualization Blog there is an announcment: Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.0.0 released.


For fans of building ships in a bottle, and having the bottle located in another state, the Oracle Middleware Blog has an article on How to Install oracle Software on Remote Linux Server.


Speaking of installing things, great posting of postings on Understanding the Bootable Automated Installer in Solaris 11 Express over at the OTN Garage.


Anonymous said...

Your link to my blog post appears to be broken.

Christopher Gait, Oracle Infogram Editor said...

Odd, the dash in the address was converting to gibberish, even in notepad. I'm just linking to the first chapter address, which links okay. Thanks for pointing that out.

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