Thursday, September 26, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 25-SEP-2013

All the bloggers, and with them almost all the blog entries are at OpenWorld this week, so a short issue, but there is big news:

Greatest comeback since the Red Sox’ big series.


Lots of things going on at OOW, and PCWorld highlighted our cloud activities: Oracle takes the fight to Amazon, with new cloud services.


From the Notes on Oracle blog: Oracle In-Memory Database.



At Online Apps DBA, a continuation of the techno-saga: Install Oracle Apps (E-Business Suite) 12.2.x on Linux – Part II.


A new diagnostic tool: JavaOne 2013: Java Flight Recorder Behind the Scenes, from The Java Tutorials' Weblog.


…And Finally

Wanderlustmind lets us know that The Feynman Lectures on Physics are Available.

And from Science Dailylight sabers on the way.

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