Thursday, March 7, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 07-MAR-2013


Over at the Oracle Learning Library: Exadata Smart Flash Log Self-Study Module.



At Oracle SQL a suggestion something might need correcting in the docs: Bug in documentation about dbms_stats.gather_schema_stats or in the dbms_stats itself.

Back when I was a developer I wrote a lot of complex SQL. That's not necessarily a good thing, because elegance in coding, as in thought, is demonstrated by being easily explained. But there are times when the business rules are complex and the SQL follows. Here is an interesting article on Tuning very complex SQL at the Oracle Diagnostician.

Over at Kerry Osborne’s Oracle Blog, a link to some good postings over at Randolf Geist's blog: Dynamic Sampling Posts.

Big Data


The Oracle Alchemist has a good overview of GoldenGate: Oracle GoldenGate in the Enterprise.


A Devops Basics video on how to Detect Java Memory Leaks on YouTube.


At the PeopleSoft Wiki, a suggestion: Backup before Migrating a Project.


Tax Provisioning: Simplify, Standardize then Automate, at the Enterprise Performance Management Blog.


The Changing World of Business Intelligence, an overview, at RittmanMead Consulting.


At the blog with the intriguing title of Whitehorses comes this technical article on A small and clean WebLogic cold backup.


Chris Warticki's Blog - Oracle Support reminds us about Customer Resource: Events.

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