Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 20-MAR-2013


You no longer need to build additions to your home for your data. Use this instead: How to Multiply the Capacity of Oracle Storage Systems With Hybrid Columnar Compression.

Financial Services

It's a big world, so working FATCA may be on your plate or in your future: FATCA Compliance - Boon Or Bane for Foreign Financial Institutions?, from The Financial Services Blog.


I'm not sure if Pig makes it as a language to replace SQL, but I sure would like to be able to hear someone say: Man, this code is a real pig. And answer: Yes, it is Pig: Pig Eye for the SQL Guy, from Hortonworks.

RDBMS About Oracle, XMLDB and other interests…discusses: HOWTO – Oracle Shared Server Setup.


At TANEL PODER'S BLOG: IT & MOBILE FOR GEEKS AND PROS: Performance and Scalability Improvements in Oracle 10g and 11g

At a posting on indexes: When unused – isn’t.



Be the coolest nerd around, get a poster for your office: Oracle SOA Poster-BPEL Process 2.0 by EAIESB at the SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog.


At Java XML and JSON Binding: JAXB and java.util.Map.


At Business Analytics - Proactive Support: EPM System 11.1.1.x is approaching End of Premier Support.

Oracle Open World

It’s rolling around again:

...and Finally

From Scientific American, more and more people are discovering what Infogram readers already know: 3D Printing Promises to Change Everything.


Many of our customers have offices in China, as does Oracle. This article from I came across yesterday at 有道学堂移动版 (YouDao Dictionary Mobile School) has some genuinely useful tips: 20 China travel tips.

When Buzzwords Meet

Cloud-computing ‘Internet for robots’ launched, at Kurzweil News: Cloud-computing ‘Internet for robots’ launched.

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