This year, we’ve taken a new approach to our partner presence at Oracle OpenWorld. In a world of information + data overload, we’ve broken down barriers to get you to the source of the information and the main stage conversations, faster. Consider us 10 pounds lighter. With that, we bring you OPN Central @ OpenWorld.
Oracle OpenWorld 2014 will take place in San Francisco September 28 through October 2. To demonstrate Oracle’s commitment to our (more...)
MySQL Enterprise Backup team is glad to announce the new release of MySQL Enterprise Backup (MEB) 3.11.0.
MEB 3.11.0 focuses on enhancing backup/recovery performance and adding new features that would help database administrators.
This release addresses some of the challenges customers face today while taking backups of very large databases(in terrabytes). This release also provides more complete backup with all the necessary logs required to clone a server. We have also (more...)
OpenWorld attendees, great news! The Schedule Builder is now live. That means, you can not only look up the sessions, the dates, time and location for these but you can also pre-enroll at these sessions and build these in your calendar using the Schedule Builder. Since some of the key sessions like executive and track keynotes do get over-capacity at times, we recommend a you take a look at the Focus On documents for your (more...)
Oracle E-Business Suite Financials Development has released the following August 2014 Recommended Patch Collections (RPCs):
For details and the complete list of available RPCs for Oracle EBS Financials, please see Doc ID 954704.1, EBS: R12.1 Oracle Financials Recommended Patch Collection (RPC).
Other articles included:
- Oracle and HP form an alliance to develop and delivery CRM solutions aimed at helping companies keep up with customers in a world where rapid change is common place.
- In Tom Kyte's regular article he look at and gives examples of using function based (more...)
What are the ingredients of social customer service that actually services, and satisfies, customers? Like many brands, General Motors found itself faced with that question after taking a second look at how current practices would (or wouldn’t) hold up post-social revolution.
And it’s an increasingly important thing to get right. A BI Intelligence report says social customer management doubles the percentage of sales leads that result in actual sales, relative to traditional CRM approaches. McKinsey (more...)
Zahlreiche Oracle PartnerNetwork Mitglieder weltweit haben das neue Release bereits implementiert und profitieren damit auch von der Oracle Multitenant Architektur, die die Datenbank Konsoldierung in der Cloud vereinfacht. Sie ermöglicht Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS)-Szenarien, bei denen mehrere Datenbanken (more...)
The SLOB kit comes with a little script that extracts interesting information from the awr.txt file produced at the end of a SLOB test. This is just a quick blog entry to point folks to a patched version of awr_info.sh that works properly with all Oracle Database 11g releases as well as Oracle Database 12c.
Oracle changed AWR format in the 220.127.116.11 and 12c releases so the old awr_info.sh (more...)
After the extended summer holidays of the eStep Blog, this eBook seems like a good start to catch up again after the long break. It serves quite well as a starting point to talk to customers about the Cloud and gives a good overview about different types of clouds with the example of Oracle products involved. However, the main focus of the eBook is IaaS, Infrastructure as a Service, which is also part of (more...)
If you follow Blogs and Tweets from the Oracle community you won’t have missed hearing about the recent release of the first patch-set for Oracle 12c. With this release there are some significant pieces of new functionality that will be of interest to Data Warehouse DBAs and architects. The headline feature that most Oracle followers will know of is the new in-memory option. In my opinion this is a game-changer for how we design reporting (more...)
Here you can find a further real experience based on real customer case and requirements.
The requirement, in this case, was to have an hot guest backup placed on a NFS-repository; this NFS repository ( mounted by all Oracle VM servers also on different pools ) is also mounted by a backup-server.
The target, in this case, is to have hot backups of guests on the NFS repository where Backup server ( that could be (more...)
A glimpse into the action at the Oracle HCM Cloud Building Simplified UI Workshop with Hitachi Consulting by Georgia Price (@writeprecise)
Building stylish, modern, and simplified UIs just got a whole lot easier. That’s thanks to a new kit developed by the Oracle Applications User Experience (OAUX) team that’s now available for all from the Usable Apps website.
The Oracle Applications Cloud Simplified User Interface Rapid Development Kit is a collection of code samples (more...)
Once you are able to show the xml version of the alert log as data in database table Alert_XML, it would be nice to checkout the errors with accompanying timestamps from within view Alert_XML_Errors. Like this, with the help of 2 types and a pipelined function.
su - oracle . oraenv [ orcl ] [oracle@localhost ~]$ sqlplus harry/***** .... SQL> desc alert_xml Name Null? Type ----------------------------------------- -------- ---------------------------- TEXT VARCHAR2(400 CHAR) SQL> CREATE OR REPLACE (more...)
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While you're at Oracle OpenWorld, we invite you to take advantage of this exclusive annual opportunity to interact (more...)
I'll update this post to provide a link to the recording shortly.
Come back in November for Part 2. Hope to see you then!
We know it's a HUGE conference so we provide the following guide to ensure you are finding the database sessions and experts that (more...)