Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 10-APR-2013


From the Oracle Fusion Applications blog: How Floating IP's Work During Fusion Apps Server Migration.


Faulty SOAP? I was researching an error for a customer and came across this handy article at SOAP Fault.


and from Oracle's Linux Blog: Reasons You Should Consider Migrating From SUSE Linux (SLES) to Oracle Linux. Now they don't mention this as a reason, but I think that since the editor of the Infogram is both an Oracle employee and an Oracle stockholder, you should really make the move.

And if all that didn’t convince you, here’s more help from OTN Garage: Migrating to Oracle Linux: How to Identify Applications To Move



Over at Oracle DBA – Tips and Techniques: Deploying the Oracle GoldenGate Plug-in on OEM 12c Cloud Control. A nice step by



At BI & Analytics Pulse, a new white paper: Big Data Analytics - Advanced Analytics in Oracle Database.

Web Services

Amazon recently made some changes as shared by TechCrunch: AWS Scales Relational Database Service By Tripling Storage And IOPs.


At Oracle CRM EMEA Partner Community, something customers have been looking for quite a while: Oracle Fusion CRM - Lotus Notes integration solutions by iEnterprises.



…And Finally

I’m a Navy vet, so this article about our new laser weapon made me smile: The future is now: Navy to deploy lasers on ships in 2014. I mean come on, when someone’s son or daughter comes home from boot camp and tells mom and dad what they’re going to be, and it’s: ‘Laser Weapon Technician’, that is just too cool. There are a few problems, like fog and mirrors, but it’s a great start. I imagine the opposition is already engineering their countermeasure, known as the RBM (Really Big Mirror) defense system.

In the ironic-stuff-that-was-inevitable department: National Vulnerability Database taken down by vulnerability-exploiting hack published over at ArsTechnica.

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