Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 17-APR-2013


How to track MDX queries against Essbase at the Business Analytics - Proactive Support blog.


Ops Center

At The Ops Center blog: a how to on Migrating Virtual Machines.


From Scott Pack at Solving NFS Mounts at Boot Time.


At the Oracle Database blog a great listing of what the old Whole Earth Catalog called 'access to tools': Useful Commands and Information.


From TANEL PODER'S BLOG: IT & MOBILE FOR GEEKS AND PROS: Oracle Database 11.2 Upgrade and Migration slides.

SQL Developer


Who knows more about hacking, espionage than FSB-sponsored security genius Eugene Kaspersky?He explains a key concept: What is a Man-in-the-Middle Attack?

And of course an announcement on Java: Oracle Java SE Critical Patch Update Advisory - April 2013.

ZFS and Linux

Big Data

I usually stick to purely technical articles for the Infogram, but our announcement of a couple of new products is causing a lot of buzz in both the technical and business communities (like this one at Yahoo: Oracle Announces New In-Memory Applications and Faster Performance for All Oracle Applications on Oracle Engineered Systems.), so here is our announcement: New Additions to the Oracle Big Data Appliance Product Family Help Customers Jumpstart Initial Big Data Projects and Scale More Cost-Effectively.

...And Finally

I have a great interest in the digital singularity, so this item really got my attention: DARPA Building Robots With ‘Real’Brains. At National Defense Magazine.

Speaking of The Singularity, part of the concept is a smoother interface between artificial and 'biological' intelligence. Here's an exciting new step in that direction: A video game that teaches how to program in Java, at Kurzweil.

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