Approximately 6 weeks after the release of MAF 2.2.1 we have the next patch MAF 2.2.2 available. This release contains several important bug fixes and a new JVM optimized for 64 bit devices on iOS. The new JVM should provide a nice performance boost to your apps on most iOS devices. So we strongly encourage everyone to upgrade to this patch. Some key notes about the release:
The CRM OnDemand to Oracle Sales Cloud Migration Kit supports migration of a CRM OnDemand (CRMOD) Customer environment to Oracle Sales Cloud (OSC). This tool aims to ease the customer migration process with an emphasis on validations carried out at different stages before and after the migration. Learn more.
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Big Data term supposes to store and handle huge amount of
data. Big Data technologies like Hadoop allow us to scale out storage and
processing layers. It’s easy to scale your system – just buy new servers and
add them to cluster. But before buying new hardware or delete historical data
it is a good idea try to reorganize storage, specifically compress data.
Here is a list of most commonly used objects during HDL conversion and if they support deletes or not. You can review HDL user guide for the complete list of supported objects.
Delete command - You can use the DELETE action as part of the HDL (.dat) file for objects supporting deletes. Command identifies business-object components to be purged from Oracle Fusion HCM. You cannot delete individual date-effective records so you need to (more...)
By Misha Vaughan, Oracle Applications User Experience
The World’s Fair Clock at the Waldorf Astoria New York.
Oracle hosted a landmark summit on the Oracle Applications Cloud for industry analysts in New York City on Jan. 19 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. It was an honor and a privilege for the Oracle Applications User Experience team’s Jeremy Ashley, Group Vice President, to take the stage along with the likes of Oracle executives such as Steve (more...)
Wondering about which tasks and work products are essential for your project? A good resource provided by OUM is a list of key work products for each phase of Implement to assist you in planning, estimating and delivering projects. A key work product is a work product that represents the culmination or end result of work effort that contributes to the achievement of milestone objectives for a phase.
Big Data and Scalable Image Processing and Analytics
Guest post by Dave Bayard - Oracle's Big Data Pursuit Team
One of the promises of Big Data is its flexibility to work with large volumes of unstructured types of data such as images and photos. In todayís world, there are many sources of images including social media photos, security cameras, satellite images, and more. There are many kinds of image processing and analytics that are possible (more...)
Worth checking out Mark Hurd, Oracle CEO on how he considers the Sun Microsystems acquisition to be 'fabulous' - not just for Java, but for Solaris, the best UNIX operating system out there. Nothing comes close to the amount of innovation included in this integrated platform that can run your mission critical (and non-mission critical) applications securely and reliably. Sun's technologies were very much the foundation for Oracle's current Engineered System strategy. Watch it now!
Dave Miner has been leading a team who are responsible for managing the OpenStack based internal cloud for the Oracle Solaris engineering organization. With a large organization like this, having self-service access to physical system and virtual machines is critical for developer and test teams to work on the next generation features that will be included in Oracle Solaris. But this also gives us direct operational experience for OpenStack (and that's often not a happy (more...)