Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Oracle Priority Service Infogram This Week: EBS, WLS and Java, Technet, OIM/OAM, GoldenGate, Data Mining, Siebel, Hyperion, OBIEE11g, Exadata

Also over at Technet we Arup Nanda's excellent series on 11g Top New Features for DBAs and Developers

as well as this list of EM/Grid control articles posted by Porus Homi Havewala at the Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control blog.


I haven't read the reviews yet, but I'm sure this new ebook from Atul Kumar will be a welcome addition to the literature on the subject. Read about it over at the Online Apps DBA blog: “Oracle Identity & Access Manager 11g for Administrators” is now available in RAW format


Regular readers of the Infogram know that I consider GoldenGate one of the best products we've acquired in a really long time. Here's a useful technical article on Exploring Oracle GoldenGate - Creating Dump Files over at

Data Mining

Data miner? I always wanted to be one. The digital hard-hats with the little binary data beacons on the front are just way cool. The BI-Quotient blog shares that the New Oracle Data Miner tool is now Available.


SRF, what is it? The Sabian Refugee Fund? The Sartorian Refurbishment Foundation? Nah, it's a Siebel Repository File. Siebel Essentials tells us some more: SRF Secrets.


Some particulars of SQL for the Essbase developer from Gary Crisci's BI Blog: SQL queries for Essbase developers.


Mark Rittman of the eponymous Rittman Mead Consulting blog, has an article in the latest issues of Oracle Magazine on the OBIEE11g Action Framework.


Looking for study materials (and study partners) on Exadata? Have a look at the material Surachart Opun has gathered over at this blog.

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