Thursday, May 30, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 30-MAY-2013


At Tanel Poder's Blog: It & Mobile For Geeks And Pros: List Exadata Storage Cell disk summary with cellpd.sql and cellpdx.sql scripts.

And linked from Tanel Poder's tweet-stream: Exadata Patching.

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At the more to life than this... blog: EPM Workspace integration with OBIEE update.


At Rittman Mead: Configuring SSL on OEID v3.0.



Yes, apparently we've run out of computery sounding product names and are moving into the realm of fantasy. I picture a Nashorn as a kind of toned down Nazgul that, hopefully, shrieks a lot less. Turns out it's JavaScript for the JVM. Read all about it here: Repost: Taming the Nashorn (first impressions)...


At the WebLogic Partner Community EMEA blog: Additional new material WebLogic Community April 2013.


At the Identify Management blog: Don't Secure Yourself Out of Business. Don't miss a chance to see Mary Ann Davidson, Oracle Corp CSO, presenting. Her presentations are both creative and pragmatic.



At Oracle Scratchpad, Jonathan Lewis examines an interesting anomaly: CUR Gets.


At Darryl Gove's blog: One executable, many platforms.


At the Oracle Technology Network: How to Update Only Java on Your Oracle Solaris 11 System.

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