Monday, July 22, 2013

Contributions by Angela Golla, Infogram Deputy Editor

Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12
Upgrading or installing Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12?  Check out these informative Customer Success Stories

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 18-JUL-2013


The wave of 12c news and tech articles continues. From All Things Oracle: Oracle Database 12c New Features – Part 3.

And from Jonathan Lewis at Oracle Scratchpad an article with his usual succinct style of titling: maxthr – 2


Oracle VM and Linux


From the WebLogic Server Blog: Using Oracle JDBC Type Interfaces.



Oracle Support

The Bottom Line

From Steve Jones at Redgate: 10 Tips for Efficient Disaster Recovery.


From the tweet-stream of Big Data Borat: Client ask me how bigdata can make business run like on Mad Men. For step 1 I teach them how get drunk at lunch.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Contributions by Angela Golla,  Infogram Deputy Editor

Oracle Lifetime Support Policy
This is a repeat post, but it is always a good idea to check the Oracle Lifetime Support Policy available at:  It is periodically updated with the latest support lifecycle policies and dates. 

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 12-JUL-2013



From Jonathan Lewis’ Oracle Scratchpad: 12c First N. Some wisdom on Top N in 12c.

And an update from Tom Kyte: 12c - Implicit Result Sets...

SQL Developer

New release of SQL Developer: Oracle SQL Developer 4.0 (


Mary Ann Davidson, Oracle’s Chief Security Officer, discusses: Q&A: Oracle CSO Mary Ann Davidson on Meeting Tomorrow's Security Threats.


From Oracle Technology Network's Blog: Upcoming Virtual Events From Oracle Technology Network.




From the same blog:

And from JDeveloper PMs Blog


From the Oracle Primavera Analytics Blog: Slowly Changing Dimensions (Type 2) and Historical Facts-Part 2.

Data Integration

ODI - Loading MongoDB (API as Target) from Oracle’s Data Integration blog.

…And Finally

Technology marches on. This could end up to be a biggie: Solar-power materials head in a new direction: thinner, from Kurzweil

Some presentation wisdom from Lifehacker: How Can I Make My PowerPoint Presentations Amazing?

And this really neat link I found in Gwen (Chen) Shapira tweet stream which turns a microwave halfway into being a replicator (I don’t know why I like replicators so much. Lazy I guess): Raspberry Pi Microwave at the Made by Nathan blog.

Monday, July 8, 2013

Contributions by Angela Golla, Infogram Deputy Editor

Introducing Oracle Database 12c—the world's first database designed for the cloud.

Over successive releases of Oracle Database, Oracle continues to ease our customers' efforts to standardize, consolidate, and automate database services on the cloud. What started more than a decade ago with pioneering features like Oracle Real Application Clusters and Oracle Automatic Storage Management now continues with Oracle Multitenant, which enables IT to tap fully into the benefits of the cloud, including resource sharing, management flexibility, and cost savings.  Learn more at:

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 03-JUL-2013

A short issue this week, due to the holiday. Happy Independence Day everyone!

Oracle Multitenant

Another name in the pantheon: Oracle Multitenant, and a posting at the blog of the same name: Introducing Oracle Multitenant.

Identity Management



First explorations over at Oracle Scratchpad: 12c Determinism.



Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Oracle Magazine July / August

Contributions by Angela Golla, Infogram Deputy Editor

Oracle Magazine
The July / August issue if Oracle Magazine is here.  Learn about new SPARC microprocessors, SQL 101 and more at:

Official, Youbetcha Legalese

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