Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 27-JUN-2012

Time is Fleeting

With recent updates to the notes on time changes the Upgrade your Database - NOW! blog gives us some useful pointers in the right direction: Let's do the Time Warp again!


All Things Oracle is diving into the beneficial complexities of Dynamic Sampling (III) – Real-Life Data – Part I.

Also linked from Redgate this week is recording of a Tom Kyte talk on The Evils of Implicit Conversions and other SQL Skullduggery.


Stefan's SOA & AIA & Enterprise Architecture Blog discusses the ever popular topic of monitoring thread pools: A Universal JMX Client for Weblogic –Part 1: Monitoring BPEL Thread Pools in SOA 11g.

And the SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog points us to the SOA Learning Library.

Mobile Computing

This article from Bob Rhubart in the latest issue of Oracle Magazine looks significant both for the opinions expressed and the links: Catching Up to Mobile Computing.

Oracle VM

Wim Coekaerts Blog lets us know that Oracle VM 3.1.1 build 365 released.

Oracle R Enterprise

I'd never heard of this particular product, and lo and behold it has a blog (that's not really surprising, we have a have a lot more products than I have memory cells at this point): Solving Big Problems with Oracle R Enterprise, Part I, at the Oracle R Enterprise blog.


Table export, the quick way, from APEX-AT-WORK: Easy table export to XLS (based on HTML).

Development Tools

At The GroundBlog by Duncan Mills: Making Those PanelBoxes Behave.

At the ADF Code Corner Oracle JDeveloper OTN Harvest: How-to dynamically filter model-driven LOV


The Oracle EMEA Value-Added Distributor News blog is meant for Europeans, but you can sneak in and listen anyway: Learn more about SPARC by listening to our newly recorded podcasts.

And Finally...

Two fundamental truths out of the Tweet-stream:

And a fundamental discovery in the realm of big data from @BigDataBorat, 'unusual' syntax and all: 

"90% of data is unstructure. Furthering analysis reveal that 60% of unstructure data is cat video."

And I don't usually have pure, plain-out Oracle propaganda here at the Infogram, but this piece is so nicely done I can't resist. Besides, the narrator has an English accent and the theme is classical music, so clearly everything he says is true and we must go out and buy. If it works for gold commercials, it works for IT: The Simplicity of the Oracle Stack

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