If you work in enterprise user experience (UX) it will come as no surprise that the humble pen and paper remains in widespread use for everyday business.
Sales reps, for example, are forever quickly scribbling down opportunity info. HR pros use them widely. Accountants? Check. At most meetings you will find both pen and paper and digital technology on the table.
I recently upgraded to CrashPlan 4.3.0 which I use to backup my Synology to a remote location.
On Synology, you can only use CrashPlan in a headless manner, so I am running “the head”, the client, from my MacBook.
After the update to CrashPlan 4.3.0, I was unable to connect to the engine running on my Synology. And that is a pain, as I cannot control the CrashPlan setup anymore, which (more...)
Sunday symposium took of at 8:30. Unfortunately i had to skip the first two session due to some work That had to be done first. The first session I really got to attend was Brian Fry's session on Oracles Developer Cloud Service.
JDeveloper, Eclipse or Netbeans was the way you would work with Oracle Developer Cloud. Now there is a new feature (not publicly available) that is a browser based IDE.
Read a great article on the vendor-customer SaaS sale sdynamic - Mike Vizard wrote the article at "Talkin'' Cloud". Anthony Anzevino, Director of America Sales for AWS, describes selling cloud customers. And Mr. Anzevion nails it. Rather than summarize, I'll just quote the gist of it:
Speaking this week at a Marketplace LIVE event sponsored by Telx, a provider of hosting services, Anthony Anzevino, director of America sales for AWS, says the cloud giant focuses its own inside (more...)
We're always trying to make SQLcl easier to connect to your database, whether its at your place or in the cloud. So, one other thing we have added to enable you to drill into your cloud databases is an SSHTUNNEL command. Lets take a look at the help for it, which you can get as follows.
SQL> help sshtunnel SSHTUNNEL ---------
Creates a tunnel using standard ssh options such as port forwarding like option -L (more...)
Coming into Los Angeles Bringing in a couple of keys But don't touch my bags if you please Mister Customs Man
--From Arlo Guthrie's "Coming Into Los Angeles
As I write this, I’m on the road again…Los Angeles. It’s my good fortune to be attending some collaboration sessions on designs for new Oracle Cloud Applications. Can’t talk about the apps being developed…sorry. But the attendees include Oracle Development, the Oracle (more...)
Using sysbench to performance test AWS RDS MySQL hardware is an easy three step operation.
Sysbench creates synthetic tests and they are done on a 1 mil row 'sbtest' table that sysbench creates in the MySQL database you indicate. The test doesn't intrude with your database schema, and it doesn't use your data, so it is quite safe. The test is an OLTP test trying to simulate event operations in the database as it (more...)
Oracle France a remis à M. Gérald Patterson (ISEP / 2ième promotion du Master Cloud Computing) le trophée Oracle pour sa thèse intitulée Improving Cloud Computing availability with Openstack Enhanced Performance. http://www.cloud-computing-formation.fr/rencontre/
For the past months I’ve been using CloudFlare on some projects, mainly web stores build with Magento and some CMS. For the most of them, CloudFlare works really great and I think CloudFlare is a great company. There’s lot of plugins to manage CloudFlare integration with e-commerce solutions and usually it’s pretty straightforward to get the best of it’s services.
Lately I’ve been so busy working with new technologies such as NOSQL databases and reactive (more...)