Wednesday, April 20, 2011

PS Infogram this Week: CPU, GoldenGate, OpenOffice, WLS, PeopleSoft, WebCenter, SOA


The April CPU has been released:

For more information see the following link: . >

The reference to the Patch Set Availability is located at

HA and GoldenGate

High availability is the cutting edge of backup and recovery. The closer you get to 100% availability (the unobtainable Holy Grail of availability), the more expensive and elaborate things get. But recent product improvements (RAC and Data Guard) and new Oracle products (GoldenGate), make life a lot easier. I've been researching HA aspects of GoldenGate for a client, and thought I'd pass along some of the useful articles and links I've found:

A book that I've mentioned before here:

A set of GoldenGate Quick Start Tutorials at the Oracle DBA – Tips and Techniques blog.

A quick rundown on the advantages of GoldenGate at Tushant's Blog: Oracle GoldenGate - A solution for real-time data integration and continuous data availability .


Oracle OpenOffice is becoming a purely community-based project.


Over at Middleware magic there's a good posting on Optimizing WebLogic Server Performance: JVM tuning.


The latest Oracle magazine is out and has an article from one of our favorite groups of folks, RittmanMead: New Oracle Magazine Article on OBIEE11g Map Integration.


Were you the first on your block to download IE9 and now you have browser's remorse because of how it display PeopleSoft? This article at the PeopleSoft Tipster may help: PeopleSoft and IE9.


From Andrejus Baranovskis's Blog we have a Practical Guide for Oracle WebCenter PS3 Security Implementation.

SOA Clouds

Some thoughts over at SOA Today on The Essential Cloud Integration Checklist.

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