Thursday, May 23, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 23-MAY-2013

Oracle Support

From Chris Warticki's Blog - Oracle Support: Some MOS Updates and Changes.


From the Look Smarter Than You Are blog: Hyperion 11.1.1.x Drops Off Full Support in July 2013.

Linux Security

Critical Linux Exploit In The Wild. Batten down the hatches! From OSTATIC.


Configuring swap in Automated Installer, from the Solaris Deployment blog.


Fusion Middleware

From the Certification News blog: Learn more about Fusion Middleware Certifications.


I think we ran this posting before, and I think we will run it again, because this is an outstanding list of WebLogic resources, at the WebLogic Partner Community EMEA blog: How to manage your WebLogic Servers?.

At Middleware Magic: Automate WebLogic 12c Deployment.


From That Jeff Smith: Ever Run a Truncate, Drop, or Delete in the Wrong Database? Yeah, you know that feeling. Been there, done that. Urk!

A video interview with Tom Kyte: Keeping Up with the Latest in Database Technology.


A blast from the past from Oracle internals guru Tanel Poder that he linked to from his Twitter feed: Session-level statspack.

Tanel also pointed to this interesting post on the External Table blog: Oracle Events' Latency Visualization and Heat Maps in SQL*plus.

From the Frits Hoogland Weblog: Direct path read and fast full index scans.

At The Oracle Alchemist: High Performance Tuning Tools, a retrospective on performance tools for the RDBMS.

Finally, from Jonathan Lewis at Oracle Scratchpad: Dynamic Sampling - 2.


And at the The Oracle ADF Mobile Blog: ADF Mobile tid-bits and updates.


What's New in JMS 2.0, Part One: Ease of Use, from the Oracle Technology Network.

Oracle VM

Course announcement at the Oracle's Virtualization Blog: Learn to use Oracle VM's Application Driven Architecture.

…and Finally

In our continuing series of postings on how geeks are striving to bring Star Trek technology into reality comes this item shared by Kurzweil: Scanadu Scout ‘Tricorder’ launches on indiegogo.

Told you so. This will move quickly to market: NASA to fund world’s first 3D food printer.

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