Thursday, July 23, 2015

Oracle Priority Support Infogram for 23-JUL-2015


Oracle Database In-Memory Bundle Patch 10 Released, from Oracle Database In-Memory.

Oracle 12 and latches, part 2, from Frits Hoogland Weblog.


Oracle VM 3.3.3 Officially Released!!!!, from the Simon Coter Blog.

SQL Developer


WebLogic Partner Community Newsletter July 2015, from WebLogic Partner Community EMEA.


Performance Study – REST vs SOAP for Mobile Applications, from SOA & BPM Partner Community Blog.

And from the same source: 


Auto Refresh for ADF BC Cached LOV, from Andrejus Baranovskis Blog.


How to Build a Hadoop Cluster Using OpenStack, from The art of virtualization.


And another update announcement:


Ops Center

Kernel Zones support in 12.3, from the Ops Center blog.



From the Oracle E-Business Suite Support blog:

From the Oracle E-Business Suite Technology blog:

…And Finally

Two really interesting items this week. For those of you who always wanted to have a tricorder, the first iteration is on its way to your phone. It starts out at $249, but I’m betting this will be a standard item on smart phones in not too long. Then you can analyze your pizza for alien life forms: Pocket Spectrometer is the Star Trek Tricorder you Always Wanted, from Epic Times.

And another article fraught with Star Trek implications (data crystals here we come): Scientists have finally discovered massless particles, and they could revolutionise electronics, from ScienceAlert.

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