Thursday, October 10, 2013

Priority Service Infogram for 10-OCT-2013


Oracle OpenWorld presentations are now available. Here's a link to the catalog.

And in the realm of SOA specifically, from the Oracle Fusion Middleware blog: Oracle OpenWorld 2013: Highlights for Oracle SOA Suite, the Foundation for Cloud and Mobile.


Eddie Awad's blog links to some valuable material: Oracle Database 12c In-Memory Option Explained.


Pythian is on a roll with their configuration articles, like this one: Step-by-step install of Oracle EBS 12.2 Vision on Linux.


From the Fusion Middleware Install & Administration blog: Now A Better Experience for WebLogic Administrators.


From ADF Unleashed: XML Parsing in ADF Mobile.


OBIEE Sample App (V309 R2) released, posted at the Business Analytics - Proactive Support blog.


Obviously be careful when dealing with a page like:, but, this does look extremely useful: Mutillidae – Vulnerable Web-Application To Learn Web Hacking.

Data Modeling


A Great Whitepaper on Meta Data Services (MDS), from the Fusion Applications Developer Relations blog.


The Tips & Tricks with your Oracle 7000 ZFSSA blog brings us: Upgrading to OS8 - AK8

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