Thursday, August 22, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 21-AUG-2013


Oracle Open World is just around the corner and the competition for your time is on. Here are some heads ups on Oracle Linux at Oracle Openworld 2013 - Update #2 at Oracle's Linux Blog.


At Tanel Poder’s Blog: Oracle 12c: Scalar Subquery Unnesting transformation.



SQL Developer


From the ASM Support Guy: ASM version 12c is out




From ArchBeat, The Official Blog of the OTN Architect Community: Podcast Show Notes: Java EE 7, HTML 5, and Mobile App Development.


At the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog: Top Adpatch Patching Issues For Release 11i And 12.x
Oracle VM

Also of interest in this domain: “Why use Oracle VM for Oracle Database” at INSYNC13, at Oracle's Virtualization Blog.

Finally on VM, some interesting experiements going on at Wim Coekaerts Blog: A little sample snmp module for Oracle VM Server 3.2.

Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance

At the Oracle Partner Hub: ISV Migration Center Team blog: Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance - Brand New


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