Thursday, November 7, 2013

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 07-NOV-2013



At the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

At the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:


Steps to Integrate Discoverer 11g with OAM 11g, from the Online Apps DBA blog.


A new breed of drives is on the way, the helium drive. According to this article at Foxnews the main challenge was keeping the helium sealed inside the drives. Why do I picture a scene in the future in which a storage admin person comes running into the front office and says in full Mickey Mouse tremulo: Helium leak in the server room! Mayday! Mayday!

Server Tech



Live HTML Preview, from the NetBeans Tips & Tricks blog.


And from Mustafa Kaya's Weblog: A Great Work : ADF Architecture TV.


What's New in SGD 5.1? from The Fat Bloke Sings blog.


From The Oracle Instructor: Performance Impact of Logical Standby on the Primary.

Compressing SQLPlus output using a pipe, from the Frits Hoogland Weblog.


….And Finally

ZDNet tells us about something pretty exciting: Progress through processors: Intel's new Facebook app. I signed up right away (on Mac remember to download the app and watch performance, you may need to tone down its usage a bit to keep from overworking the system). This app lets researchers use the computing power of your unused cycles on your computer(s) to process things like malaria research and molecular mapping.

And for those who love the great outdoors, yes, you can use a camp fire to charge your cell phone: Cool Hunting PowerPot by Power Practical: Boil water and charge your devices at the same time with this mobile thermoelectric generator. That way if a bear comes up on you suddenly you can say: ‘Can you hold on? I have to take this call.’

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