Thursday, October 3, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 03-OCT-2013


At the Oracle Scratchpad: FBI decode. And no, it's not about what they do without our phonecalls after they record them, it's the index form of FBI.


The OTN Garage asks the pressing question: How Does Oracle Make Storage So Freaky Fast? (spoiler: We use an matter/antimatter plasma reaction, but keep that quiet).


Oracle Has Released Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2, from the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog.



ADF How-To #12: Deploying Customizations to Standalone WLS, from the Fusion Applications Developer Relations blog.


At the Brendan Tierney - Oralytics Blog: Adding Oracle Data Miner to OBIEE.

Oracle Policy Automation

Some words of wisdom at the Oracle Customer Experience Blog: To Code or Not to Code? by Davin Fifield.

Fusion Accounting Hub

A webcast linked from Oracle's Office of Finance Solutions blog: Are you dealing with fragmented feeder systems?


Streaming relational transactions to Hadoop- HDFS, from Oracle’s Data Integration blog.

Oracle VM

...And Finally

This appeals to one of my previous careers, as a translator/interpreter: 21 Emotions For Which There Are No English Words [Infographic].

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