Thursday, June 13, 2013

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 13-JUN-2013

Big Data

An introduction from the Cubegeek: Big Data - Part One.


Summing up this excellent series from The Oracle at Delphix:  Database Thin Cloning: Summary.

At the edifyingly named Learning is not a spectator sport blog: can you lock part of a table ?

Another discussion by Jonathan Lewis over at the Oracle Scratchpad on SQL*Net Compression – 2.

Also at Scratchpad, some thoughts on the sometimes notorious SQL NOT IN construct: Not In Nasty.


Pythian discusses a matter of some controversy on storage hardware: Hard drive Inner or Outer.


From The Linux Juggernaut: Understanding free command in Linux/Unix.

Application Framework (FW)

From The Shorten Spot blog: New version of What's New in FW4 whitepaper.


From the Fusion Applications Implementations Solutions blog: How to customize the user experience in Fusion Apps - Part 1 Composer Security Expressions.





Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Configuration Best Practices (Part 1 of 3), at the Enterprise Manager Best Practices blog.

Book Reviews

O'Reilly is using an interesting approach for a book that will be of interest to a lot of our customers when it's out: Continuous Enterprise Development. They've opened it on GitHub for reviews and comments. Check it out here.

…And Finally

It's good to see that 3d printers are going mainstream, but kind of a surprise that the price is actually higher than some of the more prototypical models already available. From TechCrunch: The New “Handmade” (Part Three).

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