Thursday, June 12, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 12-JUN-2012

12c In-Memory Option

The news is all over the place, so I'll just include a couple of items on our big announcement. One is the announcement itself: Larry Ellison Unveils Breakthrough Technology, Which Turns the Promise of Real-Time into a Reality.

and the other other is this article from universally acknowledged Oracle guru Tanel Poder: Our take on the Oracle Database 12c In-Memory Option.


From Maximum Availability Architecture: Oracle GoldenGate Active-Active Part 1.

Data Guard

The Oracle Instructor on Data Guard: Data Guard 12c New Features: Far Sync & Real-Time Cascade.




From Practical experience on Oracle Fusion Middleware: How to Create tree type CVL in Content server(UCM).


MySQL for Excel 1.3.0 Beta has been released, this from the MySQL on Windows blog.

IT and the Law

Public Sector

Where to find Information on Software/Technologies Supported by PSRM, from the Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management Blog.


The latest from the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

…and Finally

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