Thursday, July 9, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 09-JUL-2015


The blogosphere is humming with the new Solaris 11.3 and this posting from the Oracle brings a bunch of those links together for you:

A couple of general posts of interest. This one from Prakash Sangappa's Weblog: Post-Wait mechanism

Oracle Support

New ORAchk Version Released, from the Database Support Blog at Oracle Communities.

System Administration

Handy Space Monitoring, from Oracle Storage Ops.


Snap Cloning Databases on Exadata using Enterprise Manager, from the Oracle Enterprise Manager blog.

And from the same blog:

SQL Developer



Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.0 Officially Released!, from Oracle’s Visualization Blog.


ODI KMs for Business Intelligence Cloud Service, from the Data Integration blog.

Oracle Stream Explorer


Java ME 8 Tutorial Series, from The Java Source.


From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support blog:

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