Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 06-JUN-2012

Following Larry Ellison

It's not like I'm Borg and resistance if futile. It's not that I have to follow Larry Ellison on Twitter. But Oracle Technology Network's Blog let's us know you can follow him, and his first tweet took up the 2020 running gag from today's presentation and ran with it: Follow @larryellison. (Okay, maybe I'm a little Borg).


As mentioned at Larry Ellison's presentation on the cloud today, VM is a big part of the picture. See this great series at Oracle's Virtualization Blog: Virtualization at Oracle - Six Part Series.

VM and RAC

The Wim Coekaerts Blog gives us a blow by blow account of the Oracle VM RAC template - what it took.


The MyOracleSupport Twitter feed let us know that Purchasing 9.1 Information Center is now live! Everything in one location.


Jonathan Lewis goes into his usual useful and interesting detail on two aspects of partitions at his Oracle Scratchpad blog: 


RDBMS Performance

Tom Kyte had some kind words for this posting at the Striving for Optimal Performance blog in his Tweet stream: Display System Activity without Enterprise Manager.

Better Living Through Hardware

This video a tthe Oracle Media Network is described as: "A technical overview of Oracle Optimized Solution for Oracle Database showing how customers benefit from optimizing their hardware with the Oracle Database"

BI Publisher

The My Consulting Experience blog has a brief but very useful posting on BI Publisher : Formatting Issues.


This week obieeTips goes outside the realm of obiee, but it's in a good way, since they give us some valuable tips on getting more out of the Thunderbird email client: Data Mining Email with Thunderbird.


It's looks like it's on its way and it's likely to change the way we do Oracle Support in a big way. Eddie Awad found some early introductory material and tweeted it: (WARNING: This goes right to the video link with audio, so don't open it up when you are livening up a boring meeting by sneaking glances at the Infogram): Social Network - sneak peek video: Chat 


At the somewhat glumly named more to life than this... blog there is a useful rundown on an EPM Shared Services Registry cleaner


A couple of interesting items on ID of late, first something calm and technical: 

The Oracle Web Service Manager blog discusses Identity Propagation across Web and Web Service - 11g

Then something with a bit more of an edge on it: Identity Management Doesn’t Make The Cloud Complex. It Makes it Talking Identity.

Book Review: Oracle BPM Suite 11g Developer’s Cookbook

There's a thorough book review of Oracle BPM Suite 11g Developer’s Cookbook by Vivek Acharya over at AMIS TECHNOLOGY BLOG.

And Finally...

For all the great stuff I missed this week, see Log Buffer #274, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs at The Pythian Blog.

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