Thursday, May 22, 2014

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 22-MAY-2014


From Oracle's Virtualization Blog: Live Webcast: Oracle VM - Design Considerations for Enterprise Scale Deployment coming up on June 10th.


Did you know about the The OTNArchBeat Daily? Now you do!


From Kyle Hailey, one of the leading lights of the Oak Table, Date conversions.

From the same author: Sampling Performance Data on Oracle.

RDBMS and Linux




From The Java Source: IoT Developer Challenge Countdown.


Ops Center

From the Oracle Ops Center blog: Help in the UI.

Identity Management

Into the identity management scene? Find yourself thinking of ways to challenge family members to make sure they haven't been spoofed while you slept? Okay, that means you're TOO MUCH into IM. But if your interest is normal and healthy check out Brad Tumy's The Identity & Access Mgmt Daily.

Supply Chain



If you have not already applied these patches and you are on 12.2, please read over this posting from Oracle E-Business Suite Technology and consider applying the patches: Important Updates to EBS 12.2 AD and TXK Tools

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:


From Panorama Consulting Solutions: Oracle Introduces Latest Release of Oracle Tuxedo ART 12c.


A really detailed rundown on How Spammers Spoof Your Email Address (and How to Protect Yourself), from lifehacker.


Noticed that the recruiters seem to be awfully quiet and the paycheck a lot more stable than the climate? This National Review article might confirm your suspicions: What STEM Shortage?

...and Finally

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