Thursday, February 21, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 22-FEB-2013


RDBMS Performance

The Oracle at Delphix talks about Oracle I/O latency monitoring.

Also at Delphix, an answer to the plaintive cry we've all heard: Why does my full table scan take 10x longer today ?!

From the master of taking Oracle binaries apart and seeing where all the gears mesh, TANEL PODER'S BLOG: IT & MOBILE FOR GEEKS AND PROS: Peeking into Linux kernel-land using /proc filesystem for quick’n'dirty troubleshooting.


Have you checked out some of the PeopleSoft Advisor Webcasts lately?

And from Linda Harmon-Corniola:

Check out the PeopleTools 8.53 documentation on our newly redesigned Hosted PeopleSoft Online Help (PeopleBooks) Site.

And also:

Tech Updates are posted on a regular basis. Announcements may contain news about new certifications, end of support or third party retirement notices as well as any other platform related information.


A couple of goodies lately from Essbase Labs:




From the WebLogic Partner Community EMEA blog: ExaLogic new material.

Oracle Support

Chris Warticki's Blog - Oracle Support reminds us to take an occasional look at upcoming Customer Resource: Events.


At OTN, a nice technical article: Sysadmins Rejoice! OVM 3.2.1 Includes a Full-Featured CLI. Of course I included it mainly for the references to Monty Python.


Oracle WebCenter Alerts lets us know about an upcoming event: Product Support Webcast for Existing Customers: Framework Folders for WebCenter Content 11g.

Blog of Note

Ms Yin-Jen Su recommends keeping a link established to the Oracle Security Inside Out newsletter. Sagely advice, in this age of hack and counter-hack.


Better life through robots, Java and a Myriad of Toys! at The Java Source.

...And Finally

Have a Kindle and Amazon Prime? You can borrow books, lots of them, but only one at a time and one a month. Here's how to find the goods, at lifehacker: How to View the Entire Free Kindle Lending Library from Your Browser.

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