Introduced as an Option Oracles In-Memory option will change the world of databasing also like SAP HANA does; Since July the release is out but the search for resources and documentation is poor;
Here some useful links I found.
Concepts (found a small passage) ...
just started the list - wiil enhance it - from time to (more...)
"My goal with my talks at JavaOne
is to teach what is happening at the JVM level and below so people understand better where we are going" explains Charles Nutter, Jruby project lead.
In this interview, Charles shared the JRuby features he presented at the JVM Language Summit. They include foreign function interface (FFI), IO layer, character transcoding, regular expressions, compilers, coroutines, and more.
At JavaOne, he will be presenting:
Do you have a group of employees or members that you would like to train? Would you like to make the training available for a limited time only - such as for 2 weeks? Would you like to have the ability to take the ability to view the training away at your discretion (such as when an employee leaves the company)? Would you like to know who watched which videos? For example, did Jim watch (more...)
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One annoying thing from installing Oracle Database 11g on Fedora, was that the up arrows for command history didn’t work. I decided to fix that today after seeing Lutz Hartmann’s article on
rlwrap. Unfortunately, the
epel (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux) package he recommended doesn’t run on Fedora 20. You can read my tale of woe, or skip to the
.bashrc function that fixed it when I installed only
Attempting it on
Management is a new addition to Oracle BPM in release 188.8.131.52.7 (PS6).
This new release contains the Case Management engine, see blog Léon at
for more details. However, currently this release does not contain a
case portal. The case management API's, just like the already existing
Oracle BPM API's, help in developing a portal page with relative ease.
This blog will use some real life examples (more...)
As the first day of LinuxCon North America 2014 draws to a close, we want to thank all the folks that stopped by our booth today! If you're at the show, please stop by our booth #204 and have a chat with our experts. And you won't want to miss these Linux and virtualization related sessions coming up tomorrow and Friday:
Thursday Aug 21 - Static Analysis in the Linux Kernel Using Smatch - Dan (more...)
Our OpenWorld 2014 San Francisco conference is about six weeks away. We have a great lineup of sessions this year. Our EBS Applications Technology track sessions are listed here, and we'll have a more-detailed article about those soon.
One of the advantages of attending OpenWorld is that you can meet face-to-face with senior staff in ATG Development. You can use these meetings to discusss your questions, requirements, plans, and deployment architectures (more...)
I wanted to expand on a thread in a LinkedIn group I’m part of, where one of the members wrote “It’s funny when 2 experts are arguing about who is better”, using Tom Kyte and Jonathan Lewis as examples of people they say are “Experts”.
Disclaimer: I have not spoken to Jonathan or Tom in regard to their viewpoints on this subject, so this shouldn’t be taken as them saying any of this, just my (more...)
Registration has opened for the Oracle Value Chain Summit, taking place January 26-28 in San Jose, California. Register now and take advantage of the Super Saver rate of only $495 (a $400 savings from the regular registration rate), good through September 26. Click here to register today, or to check out further information about the Summit. Keynote speakers to the 2015 event include former 49ers quarterback Steve Young and leading green business expert and author (more...)
A Reprint from The Java Source Blog
By Tori Wieldt on Aug 20, 2014
Wearables are a subset of the Internet of Things that has gained a lot of attention. Wearables can monitor your infant's heartrate, open your front door, or warn you when someone's trying to hack your enterprise network. From Devoxx UK to Oracle OpenWorld to Devoxx4kids, everyone seems to be doing something with wearables.
In this video, John McLear introduces the (more...)
Oracle will be honoring
the winners of the 2014 Sustainability Innovation Award, one of the Oracle
Excellence Awards, at the Oracle OpenWorld conference in San Francisco. This
award recognizes the innovative use of Oracle technology to address global
sustainability business challenges. The winning customers reduced their
environmental footprint while also reducing costs using green business
practices and Oracle technology. For these customers, environmental
sustainability has become an essential ingredient to doing business responsibly
Active-active (also called Master-Master or Bi-Directional) replication captures data changes from two or more systems and replicat the changes to synchronize the data. Active-Active replication is often needed for high availability, load balancing and scaling out purposes.
Oracle GoldenGate is known to be one of the first and the best replication tool handling active-active replications. As of Oracle GoldenGate 12c, it provides (Refer to Oracle GoldenGate 12.1.2 Documentation - Configuring Oracle GoldenGate for Active-Active High Availability for more (more...)
Sorry for staying quiet for some time, but for some good reasons. Some of these reasons will be explained in later posts, but for now I would like to share the story I wrote upon request of Steven Feuerstein
, who asked to tell how PL/SQL impacted our life. Here is my story:
I started to work with databases already in college, but more from the data modelling/business analysis angle. When I moved to (more...)
I am learning about how well commits scale on Oracle 11.2 and so far they seem to scale surprisingly well.
I’ve looked at two waits – log file parallel write and log file sync. Based on documents I’ve read on Oracle’s support site log file parallel write represents the time it takes to do one write to the redo logs. For mirrored redo logs the log file parallel write time includes the (more...)
Funding Makes a Huge Difference
Once we closed on our series A funding in May, we were able to afford some of the top industry talent to take InteliVideo to the next level. It's been a very exciting couple of months and it promises to be a very exciting next several years from the looks of it.
SO Many Great Uses
As we've been working with our customers, we continue to see so many impressive (more...)