Very recently, Oracle released the Oracle Stream Explorer product, available from OTN. With Oracle Stream Explorer, business users and citizen developers as well as hard core developers can create explorations on top of live streaming data to filter, enrich, aggregate, inspect them and detect patterns. Stream Explorer provides a business user friendly browser based user interface in which streams are configured, explorations are composed, enrichment is set up and publication to external consumers is defined. (more...)
The new Oracle Stream Explorer provides us with a [business]user friendly facility to process real time events. Through visually appealing and functionally intuitive web wizards, Stream Explorer has us construct explorations that consume events from streams, process these events through filtering, aggregation, pattern matching and enriching and deliver these events to downstream destinations.
Using Stream Explorer, we can tap into streams of events – frequently JMS messages and alternatively HTTP PUB/SUB, SOA Suite EDN events (more...)
I am very proud to be able to announce a free workshop on Friday the…
MongoDB & Sage organized an internal Hackathon
We use the new X3 Platform based on MongoDB, Node.js and HTML to add cool features to the ERP
This shows that “any” enterprise can (should) do it to:
look differently at software development
build strong team spirit
I have like many of you participated to multiple Hackathons where developers, designer and
Last night the Nantes MUG (MongoDB Users Group) had its second event. More than 45 people signed up and joined us at the Epitech school (thanks for this!). We were lucky to have 2 talks from local community members:
How “MyScript Cloud” uses MongoDB by Mathieu Ruellan
Aggregation Framework by Sebastien Prunier
How “MyScript Cloud” uses MongoDB
First of all, if you do not know MyScript I
EMC World 2014 returns to Las Vegas May 5-8 at The Venetian!
As data growth explodes, EMC creates the infrastructure that enables you to
Björn Rost and I have appointed the 2014 Rock’n'Roll San Jose Half Marathon to be the the official OpenWorld 2014 afterparty. It’s Sunday, October 5, 2014 – the Sunday right after Oracle OpenWorld.
Last year, the event was the Santa Cruz triathlon, but this year we’ll go for something (more...)
Just read about http://www.sangam13.info/
.The event has been cohosted by AIOUG
and India OAUG
Such events are indeed rare and few in India. Really hope this to be a trendsetter.
Sangam has been instrumental in introducing Jonathan Lewis
, one of the most credible voices on Oracle, as (more...)
OAUG has invited me to present as part of their upcoming Best of COLLABORATE ’12 Educational Series. I’ll be delivering the R12 Federal Financials Subledger Accounting Teardown presentation via Webinar on Friday, August 10th, starting at 9AM EDT. This presentation is a deep-dive into most of the key SLA concepts that support the R12 Federal Financials SLA accounting engine. My goal is to share what I’ve learned through 1 1/2 years of supporting one of the most complex Federal R12 upgrades to-date, now live for 5+ months.
Here’s the presentation agenda:
This is free for all OAUG (more...)
I didn’t attend, but there was an Oracle Federal Financial Briefing on 17-Apr in Reston where information was shared about some of the upcoming GTAS enhancements and target patch release dates. Personally, besides focusing on our Fed R12.1.3 stabilization efforts on my current gig, I’m working to get smart on some of the basics associated with GTAS, the upcoming 6-digit USSGL standard and new Federal Accounting/System process changes associated.
As soon as we can get our hands on these new GTAS patches, we need to jump on them to start understanding some of the impacts to our (more...)
I have plenty of things that are keeping me busy for OOW 2010 and you’ll all get to see the results at the event (if you’re there), but I only have one traditional technical session where I’ll be on stage. I’m presenting the following session jointly with an Oracle Database Machine customer:
Session ID: S316824
Title: Top 10 Lessons Learned in Deploying the Oracle Exadata
Tuesday, September 21, 12:30PM
Location: Moscone South, Rm 307
Check the OOW 2010 content catalog for updated room assignments and times.
Even better than a technical session is the interview and Q&A session I’m doing (more...)
I’m very pleased to report that I will be able to meet up with ODTUG Kaleidoscope attendees at both the ODTUG Community Service Day (2nd Annual!) and my own scuba dive outing as well. If you can, I’d love for you to attend both events. If you’re not a certified scuba diver, then you can at least participate in the Community Service Day festivities and help out the local area while enjoying some California weather too!
For those certified scuba divers that will (or can) be in the Monterey Bay area on 21-June, I invite you to come diving (more...)
Collaborate 09 starts on Sunday, May 3 (a few days from now!) in Orlando. I’ve been offline for several weeks (more on that later), but will be returning to the world of computers and technology in full force in Orlando. I’ve had a few inquiries about whether or not I’ll be at Collaborate, so I thought I’d resurrect my blog with a post about where I’ll be and some of the highlights I see at Collaborate 09.
First, where I’ll be presenting:
- Monday, 10:45-11:45am, #301, “Avoiding Common RAC Problems”
- Tuesday, 9:45am-12pm, #332, “Installing RAC From The Ground Up”