GoldenGate Fundamentals Session
GoldenGate Implementations Essential
GoldenGate Monitoring, Troubleshooting and Tuning
GoldenGate Use Cases
Geez, please sell. Drive the price down. I can buy some more shares on the cheap and laugh all the way (more...)
So I'll share a secret with you...I really hate services-based integration. It's hard. Packaged integrations rarely (more...)
My smart phone is an iPhone 5. My carrier is ATT. It's been a great relationship since the iPhone first came out. Sadly, I think it's coming to an end.
My two-year contract expired on June 1st...ATT informed me immediately that I was eligible for a phone upgrade and a new contract. Exciting news, as I've (more...)
The HIUG Interact conference is one of my favorite annual PeopleSoft conferences. I learn a lot from the customer and partner presentations delivered each year. As always, my highlight is interacting with customers.All of my presentations are now available through the HIUG conference site. Be sure to download the slides because these slide decks contain a lot of information we didn't have time to cover in our sessions. For reference purposes, here is a (more...)
In a previous blog post about Oracle Forms I ended with saying that if you have any questions regarding Oracle Forms, you shouldn't hesitate to address your questions to Oracle Forms Product Management.
Well, today you had a chance to get your questions answered in a Webinar by Michael Ferrante, the productmanager for Oracle Forms.
It may sound old hardware, but still works like a charm and pretty good. I had a chance to get a Dell Remote Access Card (DRAC5). Easy to install, a little bit less to access.
Once you configured the IP from the boot, you can access the card from a browser (this is a small webserver).
From the browser you are supposed to be able to open the console and see what happens and configure (more...)
First, I've pushed the limits of my iPad's usability. I really have...for a couple of years. But I just don't find myself using it for any kind of serious work. My MacBook Air has really taken over for both premise-based and cloud-based work. Even (more...)
Before testing several configurations on my new brand FreeNAS server hosted on VMWare ESXi 6.0, I took a snapshot. Then run tests. The FreeNAS is composed by two virtual disks : one for the software is 20Gb, one for the data is 900Gb.
After a while, bouncing the FreeNAS guest ended in error, VMWare is complaining about disk space not enough…
No way to start it up again.
Quite surprising. Except if we (more...)