Thursday, August 7, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 07-AUG-2014


It’s closing on us fast! From Proactive Support - Portals: Learn, Connect and Explore at Oracle OpenWorld 2014


A new white paper: Mobile Security in a BYOD World.


From Oracle DB/EM Support: Master Note for ORA-1555 Errors.



HA-LDOM live migration in Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.2, from the Oracle Solaris Cluster Oasis.



Infogram contributor Yin-Jen Su pointed out this great YouTube channel: Oracle EPM Products YouTube channel.

Here’s the announcement from Jan Greenburg:

I’m pleased to announce 3 new videos on our YouTube Channel (!

For Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS):
Using Predictive Planning  -- demonstrates generating statistical predictions based on historical data.
Managing Database Properties- - demonstrates accessing database properties.
For on-premise EPM:

Four-part series on deploying EPM System Products:
Part 1 Overview -- demonstrates the standard deployment methodology. It contains links to parts 2, 3 and 4.
Part 2 Preparing for Deployment -- demonstrates preparing for standard deployment.
Part 3 Installing and Configuring an Initial Instance -- demonstrates installing and configuring an initial instance.
Part 4 Scaling Out and Installing EPM System Clients -- demonstrates scaling EPM System components and installing EPM System client software.

Fyi … in addition to accessing videos from our YouTube channel, you can also access our videos from these Oracle Learning Libraries (OLL):

EPM Consolidation and Planning Videos Oracle Learning Library (on premise videos):

OLL provides social networking capabilities that allow you to bookmark, share items through social media, review items, recommend items and create collections that can be private or public.

Oracle Community

Lots of goings on at Oracle Community.


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

From Oracle E-Business Suite Technology


…and Finally

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