Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 30-JAN-2013

RDBMS Performance

A good week for RDBMS performance items. First a couple of postings from Jonathan Lewis at Oracle Scratchpad:


And to top things off, a good posting on basic principles of optimization from Cary Milsap:


At the Think Out Loud blog a realization that the author has been Doing it wrong, and should have been taking advantage of RMAN all along.


At get along with oracle and apex, Further improvements for the APEX Application Builder.


The Capgemini Oracle Blog discusses: Customizing PeopleSoft.

erpassociates continues its series on Changing Your PS Database Platform: The Design Phase.

And Jim's PeopleSoft Journal comes through again with some useful material: How to Configure and Use Integration Broker.

Big Data

The Data Warehouse Insider lets us know all about OTN Big Data Developer Day.



A couple of interesting links of late in the realm of finance. First from the Oracle Applications Blog: Socializing the Finance Department.

Then there's this over at The Financial Services Blog: Are we there yet ? Part I of a Series on Liquidity Risk.


Data Access Optimization in ADF with Oracle Coherence, from Andrejus Baranovskis's Blog.


From the Java / Oracle SOA blog, some hands on material on Active Directory user management with the IdentityStore framework of FMW. Active Directory user management with the IdentityStore framework of FMW.


I haven't seen Alex Fatkulin's Blog before, but from the looks of this article it might be a regular guest here at the Infogram: GoldenGate and transient PK updates. As always, if it isn't documented, it might not be around next version change. In fact, it could be unsupported. So as the author stresses, be careful with it.


This article on SSL configuration in OVD – Oracle Virtual Directory comes to us courtesy of the Online Apps DBA blog.

…and Finally

Lifehacker, one of my favorite non-Oracle related blogs, brings us the key to prosperity, or at least how to save a couple of bucks: Get Better Gas Mileage and Fuel Economy with These DIY Car Care Tips.

And from an unusual source for the Infogram, Bill Gates, an article that proves that even when dealing with charity and poverty he remains an engineer at heart: Bill Gates: My Plan to Fix The World's Biggest Problems.

And at e-Literate an opinion in dissonance with the overall tone on the current to massive online lecture resources: Why Big Data (Mostly) Can’t Help Improve Teaching.

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