Thursday, June 18, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 18-JUN-2015


12c new feature [PDB save state], from MAA/HA Solutions.

Big Data

In what has to be the most focused name for a blog I’ve ever seen, the Adding Location and Graph Analysis to Big Data blog lets us know that you may: Want to try out Oracle Big Data Spatial and Graph?

Big Data Spatial and Graph Analytics for Hadoop, from BI & EPM Partner Community EMEA.


Managing Logs in WebLogic, from The WebLogic Server Blog.


What's Coming with JSF 2.3?, from The Aquarium.

Java Stored Procedures and SQLJUTL2.INVOKE, from Jeff Taylor’s Weblog.


A couple of goodies from Capgemini:


And from the Oracle SOA Suite - Team Blog: Using Oracle Service Bus with Apache Kafka


From Security Inside Out: Database Administrators –the Undercover Security Superheroes. The DBA and SysAdmin are the two pillars of security in most organizations. It pays to have DBAs not leave the main security burden on the SysAdmin’s shoulders. It’s an increasingly dangerous world out there. Keep your digital powder dry.

Supply Chain

OTM Best Practices Pages, from the Oracle Supply Chain Management Blog.



From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support blog:

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

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