Oracle Security Alert for CVE-2014-7169
Security Alert CVE-2014-7169 addresses a publicly disclosed vulnerability affecting GNU Bash. GNU Bash is a popular open source command line shell incorporated into Linux and other widely used operating systems. This vulnerability affects multiple Oracle products. This vulnerability may be remotely exploitable without authentication, i.e. it may be exploited over a network without the need for a username and password. A remote (more...)
Datum donderdag 16 oktober
Tijd 16.30 – 21.00
AMIS organiseert voor het negende achtereenvolgende jaar de Oracle OpenWorld & JavaOne Review bijeenkomst, waarin uitgebreid verslag wordt gedaan van deze conferenties, die van 28 september tot en met 4 oktober in San Francisco plaatsvinden.
De Oracle OpenWorld Review wordt verzorgd door AMIS-medewerkers die dit jaar de conferentie bezoeken en daar ook zelf presenteren. (more...)
We are proud to share with you AMIS has won the Oracle Specialized Partner of the Year 2014 – EMEA Middleware. To the left a picture of our CEO Paul Uijtewaal and CTO Lucas Jellema after receiving this award at Oracle Open World in San Fransisco.
We are very proud to get this recognition from Oracle and it proves our effort in innovative and high-tech projects is being noticed.
The award is foremost is the (more...)
This tumblr post is the full version of the Silicon Valley Letter published in the Irish Times on September 25, 2014.
Street-savvy readers of a certain age will remember the incongruity of an early rap gig in Ireland: Public Enemy at the Trinity Ball in 1988. Puzzlement at the time over the dinner-plate-sized clock worn around the neck of rapper Flavor Flav (a symbol for the preciousness of time ) resonates with current public bewilderment (more...)
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Startups face a bunch of issues: fundraising, creating a vision, crafting a strategy, putting people and processes in place to make that MVP, tightening the product-market fit, and the rest. With all that going now, how do they avoid the lure of focusing only on local markets?
Yup, the G-word is coming. So, how do startups globalize? And, what can they learn from each other?
There’s been great interest here in Silicon Valley on (more...)
A reminder, based on the recent furor over the distribution of a U2 album from the cloud on to Apple devices. Cloud power, for sure.
So when Apple drops U2 on your iPhone, it shatters the illusion that your iPhone just works on its own, which is deeply unsettling.— James Grimmelmann (@grimmelm)September 16, 2014
But, cloud power is not about the device.
This year, our team and our larger organization, Oracle Applications User Experience, will have precisely a metric ton of activities during the week.
For the first time, our team will be doing stuff at JavaOne too. Anthony (@anthonyslai) will be talking about the IFTTPi workshop we built for the Java team for MakerFaire back in May (more...)
The application and usage of the Oracle Database In-Memory has been described by Pom Bleeksma in this post. Oracle Database In-Memory can result in huge improvement in application query performance. This post will answer the question: “what would be an optimal situation for using the Oracle Database In-Memory feature?” The most predictable answer for these kind of questions is “it depends”. It is advisable to consult an expert before investing in this feature since (more...)
Today’s developer ecosystem is one defined by the cloud. APIs, web services, GitHub, EngineYard, Heroku, PaaS, IaaS, Ruby, Python, PHP and more, are all part of today’s developer conversation; words unheard of just a few years ago.
The ability to build and integrate in the cloud is a developer differentiator. The old client-server assumptive days of developers writing UIs on top of each operating system and then making calls to static and (more...)
I first attended the Web Summit in 2009. Since then, it’s grown not only in breadth of the stages offered, but in depth too, and now includes even sport, music, film and food summits too. There’s something for everyone in tech to relate to, in practical ways.
Just got my my Tikker - The Happiness Watch. and I’m set up to count down what’s the rest of my life. Every second counts, as the Tikker people say.
I felt a little odd setting up the watch; it’s the first time I’ve been required to face my own mortality when configuring an app!
You’re provided with a little booklet listing the average life expectancy in years by gender and country. Some simple math, (more...)
Come along in your wearables best and share your wearables experiences, meet the UX team and friends, see some cool innovation, and find out how to do more with wearables using Oracle technology. You can also your hands on some (more...)
La console Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c vous permet de piloter vos sauvegardes et restaurations directement sur Oracle Database Backup Service.
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