Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 26-OCT-2011


The Data Warehouse Insider blog lets us know that: Oracle NoSQL Database EE is now Available. And there is plenty of punditry starting up on what NoSQL is all about and how it fits into the overall scheme of things over at Oracle bolsters big data strategy with NoSQL Database release

Big Data

Speaking of big data, and who isn't, A Closer Look at Oracle Big Data Appliance at the Data Warehouse Insider.


This week at the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

Webcast Reminder: Sysadmin-Oriented Preview of EBS 12.2 on Oct 27

Oracle Internet Directory 11gR1 Certified with E-Business Suite

Latest DSTv17 Timezone Patches Available for E-Business Suite R11i

ATG Live Webcast: E-Business Suite 12.2 Directions: Deployment and System Administration

Sun JRE 1.6.0_29 Certified with Oracle E-Business Suite
and a reminder that the October CPU is out:

Critical Patch Update for October 2011 Now Available

Also on EBS item is this link from Asmi Maharishi, our Infogram Deputy Editor:

Extended Support Fees Waived for E-Business Suite 12.1.x

Oracle has announced that we will waive the first year of Extended Support fees for Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.x. The waiver is valid from June 2014 – May 2015. During this period, customers will receive all of the components of Extended Support at no additional cost other than their fees for Software Update License & Support (Premier Support).

For more information about Extended Support for E-Business Suite 12.1.x please access the Frequently Asked Questions (Document ID 1362757.1).


And the OpenWorld papers and presentations start flowing. Here are some on high availability over at OTN: HA Presentations from OOW.

Upgrading the RDBMS

This one was posted on Upgrade your Database - NOW! some time ago and I missed linking to it. It's a very good list fro those working on an upgrade. Have a look: Database Upgrade: Most important Support Notes .

Migration from Sybase

Moving from Sybase to Oracle? I found this tutorial out there to help out.

Performance: HugePages in Linux

I was researching HugePages for a client and found this really interesting discussion of 10g RAC and HugePages at Pythian, including some great material by several Oak Table types in the comment area: Performance: HugePages in Linux


Over at Proactive Support EPM and BI there is a link to a webcast of interest: SmartView Webcast by Debbie Coomber.


Amis Technology brings us this posting on how to Increase the timeout of Oracle BPM Worklist app.


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