Thursday, February 5, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 05-FEB-2015


An Oracle Instance is Like An Upmarket Restaurant, from Martin Widlake's Yet Another Oracle Blog

Another great issue of Pythian’s Log Buffer: Log Buffer #407, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs.



How to manage iOS log files in MAF 2.1, from The Oracle Mobile Platform Blog.


From WebLogic Partner Community EMEA: Whats new in GlassFish 4.1? by C2B2.

And from The WebLogic Server Blog: WebLogic and Arquillian: A Bare-Bones Example




From the Oracle A-Team Chronicles: Disaster Recovery for On-Premise Fusion Applications.

Oracle Utilities


From Darryl Gove's blog: Digging into microstate accounting.


A few figures that should give people pause to think…then check versions on their company’s installed browser base: IT security: Companies are lulled into a false sense of security, from the EMEA Midsize Blog.


From Oracle E-Business Suite Support Blog:

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