Thursday, August 14, 2014

Oracle Priority Service Infogram for 14-AUG-2014


Each week leading up to OpenWorld we will be publishing various announcements, schedules, tips, etc. related to the event.

This week:

Oracle Support

We’ve reported before on the My Oracle Support Accreditation Series. The My Oracle Support blog lets us know about New Products Added to the series.



From the A Wider View blog: DAY, AUGUST 11, 2014 Watch Oracle DB Session Activity With The Real-Time Session Sampler.



OWB to ODI 12c Migration in action, from the Data Integration blog.


From The Observatory blog: VXLAN in Solaris 11.2.




From Shay Shmeltzer's Weblog: Required Field Validation in Oracle MAF.


SOA Transformation through SOA Upgrade, from the SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog.


From Andrejus Baranovskis Blog: ADF Thematic Map in ADF 12c (12.1.3).


Always good to take an occasional look at upcoming events from IOUG.

…and Finally

Some of the trends of today, based on buzz words:

And some of the attempted buzzes of the past that went buzzzzzz….THUD!

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