Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 07-MAR-2012


Oracle's MySQL Blog discusses Where Would I Use MySQL Cluster? 

The Message Passing blog also weighs in on MySQL Cluster, this time from a more theoretical angle: The CAP theorem and MySQL Cluster.


An interesting item from Shay Shmeltzer's Weblog: ADF Faces - Now with Better iPad and Public Sites Support.

Grant Ronald's Blog also has some ADF material for us this time around: New ADF Insider Essentials - Basing a view object on multiple entities .

Exadata and Exalytics

ZDNet informs us that Oracle's Exalytics In-Memory Machine hits market.

the jarneil blog points out something you may not have considered before with Exadata, batteries: Exadata Batteries.

SQL Developer

The irrepresible That Jeff Smith tells us of SQL Developer Query & Grid Tricks.

From SOA Proactive Support we find out How to Reset a SOA 11g DMS Metric.

A recent release as described at the Oracle SOA Suite - Team Blog: Oracle announces SOA Suite 11g R1 (


Jonathan Lewis, whose Oracle Scratchpad is usually saving us money by helping us improve the performance of our databases is going for the more direct approach this week. He's found a code to get 40% off on a book, Pro Oracle SQL, from APress: Book Offer.


I've never seen Will Fiveash's Solaris Stuff blog, but it looks to have some useful items. This for instance: Easy Memory Corruption Checking in Solaris.


Kevin Closson's Blog: Platforms, Databases and Storage has its usually level of useful technical wisdom going on. This week he is offereing this posting: Yes, File Systems Still Need To Support Concurrent Writes! Yet Another Look At XFS Versus EXT4.


OTN has a good rundown on Using the sed Editor for the Linux sysadmin: 


Virtual, driven, built, this posting does it all: Application-Driven Virtualization with Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder, at the Oracle's Virtualization Blog.


Finally a thought on the two kinds of programmers, night and day, at notgarner, as tweeted by Eddie Awad: The Day Programmer vs. The Night Programmer. Now obviously everyone thinks they are a night programmer. They only pretend to be a day programmer. I'm betting there are more than two types, though. Some of the day programmers are awakening to their inner night self. Some of the night programmers are slowly calcifying, sinking slowly into their chair and transforming into a creature of stultifying day.

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