Thursday, April 17, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 17-APR-2014

RDBMS and Performance

Frequently Misused Metrics in Oracle, from The Oracle Alchemist.

Some notes from Tyler Muth on Oracle Database 10.2 De-Supported.

Also from Tyler Muth, a quick posting on Create Bigfile Tablespace – Oracle Managed Files (OMF).




Oracle Internet Expenses

Oracle Fusion Expenses - Mobile app for R12, from the Oracle Internet Expenses blog.


APEX 5 first peek - Themes & Templates, from grassroots oracle.

EPM Mobile

A new video introducing EPM Mobile is available on YouTube. You can find this video, and other EPM videos, here:


CVE-2013-5211 Input Validation vulnerability in NTP, from the Third Party Vulnerability Resolution Blog.

...and Finally

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