Big thanks to Wilfred for helping me out with the conversion.
Make sure to save/bookmark the following links:
- Confluence / wiki
The old svn repository on java.net is deleted and you can now use git (more...)
Read and monitor Oracle related blogs and news sources, all in one place.
OpenWorld looms! If you're in town by now, you probably already know what you're doing on Sunday as our newly-minted CTO takes the stage at 5 PM, so let's jump ahead to Monday.
Here are some sessions to consider (and yes, there is some overlap here and there...):
Are you going to Oracle OpenWorld 2014? I am, and I hope to see you there! As you probably know, OpenWorld is a humongous event with tens of thousands of people in attendance and some amazing presentations. Why, I even hear Oracle’s new CTO might be there. I wonder if he has anything to talk about?
This year we’ll have a ton of activity at the Delphix booth. You can check out the speaking schedule, (more...)
Ok, you just finished up with meeting a customer at lunch or in your booth, and next you need to get to the OPN Lounge for one of the Partners sessions or a meeting you had been invited. So where is it??
While, some may say its in the same place it was last year and the year prior, but what if you haven't attending Oracle OpenWorld a while or its your first time? Well (more...)
I’m pleased to announce that 184.108.40.206, the first patchset for the 12c Database, is now certified with E-Business Suite 12.1.
Database support implications may also be reviewed in this database patching and support article.
Pending Platform Certifications
- Linux x86-64 (Oracle Linux 5, 6)
- Linux x86-64 (RHEL 5, 6)
- Linux x86-64 (SLES 11)
- Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit) (10, 11)
- Microsoft Windows (more...)
It's time for the brain-stuffing session-overloading, not-enough-sleeping, powered-by-coffee-ing, showing-off-hacking, laugh-inducing, making-new-friending, old-home-weeking, learning new tech-ing JavaOne. The NightHacking stage will be at the Java Hub, JavaOne exhibit hall, Grand Ballroom, Hilton Union Square in San Francisco. If you can't make it to JavaOne, you can get a flavor of this mother-of-all Java conferences on NightHacking.com.
We will provide a feed of hacking and interviews with lights of the Java community. I'll be interviewing people (more...)
As organizations consume an increasing number of cloud services and apps, identity management becomes fragmented. Private, public or hybrid, all cloud solutions warrant strict security and identity management policies and the solutions to implement them within the ever-expanding perimeter of devices and access points.
Join Oracle, our partners and customers at Oracle Open World 2014 and find out how Oracle Identity Management can securely accelerate your adoption of cloud services in the new digital economy.
In yesterday's post I mentioned some of our customers' sessions at OpenWorld. They're going to be very interesting - if you have a chance, please try to catch some of them. Today, however, I want to focus on Multitenant sessions by Oracle speakers.
It's a super, extra, enormously busy time of the year at Oracle because our big Oracle OpenWorld Conference is next week. We have all been working on new products and new presentations.
I have a full mix of events, meetings, presentations and booth duty. If you're at the conference drop by to say Hi. I'll be at the Application Development booth (Left - SLD-163) in Moscone South on Monday morning, Tuesday lunchtime and Wednesday morning (more...)
Are you going to be at Oracle OpenWorld this year? If so we have a lot of activities that you should know all abdout our Focus-On Mobile stream. First and foremost - here is a summary of all the ADF/JDev/MAF activities - this will help you plan your schedule.
A few things to call out:
Sunday ODTUG and ADF Enterprise Methodology Group User sessions
Continuing the tradition ODTUG with ADF EMG are running back (more...)
Normally on Fridays we accumulate the Best of Content for that week, but this time around we are going to look at what OTN has in store for Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne attendees — starting with what is lined up for September 28th in the OTN Lounge located in Upper Lobby, Moscone South.
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I was testing SQL plan baselines on a base 220.127.116.11 release of Oracle on a 64 bit Linux virtual machine. I ran DBMS_SPM.LOAD_PLANS_FROM_CURSOR_CACHE to create a SQL plan baseline for a test query after running that query once to get its plan in the cursor cache. When I ran the test query after creating the SQL plan baseline and called dbms_xplan.display_cursor to see its new plan I got (more...)
Here’s a quick rundown of places I plan to be during the week.
|Sunday 9/28/14 3:30||Expert Oracle Exadata: Then and Now [UGF6626]||I’ll be participating in the Exadata Then and Now Panel with Tanel Poder, Andy Colvin, Martin Bach, Karl Arao, Frits Hoogland and anyone else we can drag in. The idea is to get book authors from “Apress Expert Oracle Exadata” version 1 and version 2 (due out by the (more...)|
The big annual Oracle event is almost here – starting Sunday 28 Sep with the User Group Sunday followed by four days of presentations in around 50 tracks!
If the agenda seems a bit overwhelming, read the OTech Magazine Special OpenWorld Issue to find some of the highlights and can’t-miss sessions.
My sessions are: