Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 14-MAR-2012


Interested in Ajax with jQuery? Eddie Awad recently tweeted this to help you get started over at Elated: Ajax with jQuery: A Beginner's Guide.

Oracle Support

Have a look at Get Proactive, GET, GET,..PRO-ACT-IVE! over at Chris Warticki's Blog - Oracle Support.


First, the basics, keep an eye on that OS: 16 Linux Server Monitoring Commands You Really Need To Know over at INPUT OUTPUT16 Linux Server Monitoring Commands You Really Need To Know.

What Oak Table guru Charles Hooper gets involved in is usually interesting and thorough. This project looks it covers both criteria: Thoughts on a Hyper-Extended Oracle Performance Monitor Beta.


Over at the EPM/OBI - Product Assurance Engineering (/PAE) blog there's a useful item to read: Essbase 11.1.2 - Optimisation of Essbase Calculation Scripts Using NOT in IF statements.


Looking for the Oracle Developer Tools Blog? They have a redirect page sending you to three different blogs now: Redirect to tools specific blogs.


Over at the Oracle Applications Blog, Steve Boese, Director, Talent Strategy for Oracle connects the dots on people, social networks and work: Beyond Record-Keeping: What Social Means for HCM .


The Oracle Web Service Manager blog has a good item for you SOA fans: How To - SOA Component level Role based Authorization using OWSM.


The WebCenter Architecture Team (A-Team) tells us how to tune up performance: Improving WebCenter Content Search Performance.


We've talked often of SQL injection vulnerabilities over the years (harped on it would be the unkind term), but mainly spoke of the Oracle RDBMS. This session should help you with that and other issues in MySQL security: Defend MySQL Database with Oracle Database Firewall. It's coming up on March 22nd.

Networking (The Social Kind)

Eddie Awad tweeted this very useful item for those of you who use Twitter (and that's a rapidly expanding community): Promoting Your Blog With Twitter – 3 Underutilized Methods. It's over at Leaving Work Behind.

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