Thursday, September 12, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 12-SEP-2013


As Oracle OpenWorld approaches, schedules keep rolling in. Here are a few of them:

OpenWorld – Oracle Data Relationship Management, at the Oracle Master Data Management blog.

This session looks of particular interest to several of our large Priority customers: Industry Insight: Managing Cybersecurity [CON9376].

And of course there is lots of training to be had as well: Take Java Training at Openworld/JavaOne.


From the Learning is not a spectator sport blog: 12c FETCH FIRST.

From Jonathan Lewis over at Oracle Scratchpad: MV Refresh.

There is some good Oracle University material on Facebook. If you are on FB, here's a sample: Introduction to Oracle Database 12c by Herbert Bradbury.


Kyle Hailey has a recommendation on performance monitoring programs: Lab128 : secret DBA performance tool.


Kyle Hailey discusses EM 12c Snap Clone at his blog.


Richard Foote, who with his knowledge of indexing no doubt qualifies as the world's most organized man (kind of like the most interesting man in the beer commercials, only without the beard and the beer), brings us this 12c item: 12c Indexing Extended Data Types Part I (A Big Hurt).


APEX 5.0 Impressions at Scott Spendolini's Blog.


SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog brings us: The Oracle Case Management API by Koen van Dijk.


At the Fusion Applications Developer Relations blog, a review: August in Review.


From the Oracle Certification blog: just one test to Upgrade Your Certification to 12c.

Oracle Retail

Documentation in Oracle Retail Allocation 13.3., at the Oracle Retail Documentation blog.


This is specific link for Oracle BI Publisher 11g: A Practical Guide to Enterprise Reporting, but I wanted to use it to remind you of the excellent Safari books online service. You can subscribe to search, browse and read thousands of technical books online, including mobile app access.

…And Finally

Are you an architect? If so, please try not to design large, expensive buildings that double as death rays: How This Skyscraper's 'Death Ray' Melts Cars, Sidewalks, Plastic.

Kyle Hailey’s Tweet stream had a link to this visually rich display of data: Relationship Timelines, at

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