Thursday, November 14, 2013

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 15-NOV-2013


The Hotsos Symposium 2014 will be held March 2-6, 2014 in Irving, TX. This is always one of the best, if not the best performance conferences for Oracle professionals. 


A good item to remember: Oracle 11g Invisible Index, over at CzmMiao的博客生活.


Oracle Linux Tips and Tricks: Using SSH, from Oracle's Linux Blog.


Oracle Service Bus JMS Deployments Utility, from the SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog.


Part two of a series from Pythian on Oracle RAC on the Cloud.


A detailed article on a rather controversial subject: Mixing databases usually not optimal, over at the Open Query blog.


Over at (YABAOAE) Yet Another Blog About Oracle Application Express: You don't lack APEX lack Oracle skills.



Interesting results from this study: Monster VM Study: Moves 3 RAC Nodes Under 180 Seconds!


Book Review

Oracle Essentials, 5th Edition, over at

….And Finally

Really nice, detailed walkthrough of a British diesel sub that is now a kind of floating museum: Sound the depths of a submarine in Google Street View, from Google, via NBC News.

From the water…to the air, way up in the air: Crazy plane landing on a mountain.

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