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  • Oracle Delivers Latest Release of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

    - by Scott McNeil
    Richer Service Catalog for Database and Middleware as a Service; Enhanced Database and Middleware Management Help Drive Enterprise-Scale Private Cloud Adoption News Summary IT organizations are adopting private clouds as a stepping-stone to business-driven, self-service IT. Successful implementations hinge on the ability to efficiently deploy and manage cloud services at enterprise scale. Having a complete cloud management solution integrated with an enterprise-class technology stack is a fundamental requirement for IT. Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 4 meets that requirement by helping businesses become more agile and responsive, while reducing cost, complexity, and risk. News Facts Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 4, available today, lets organizations rapidly adopt Oracle-based, enterprise-scale private clouds. New capabilities provide advanced technology stack management, secure database administration, and enterprise service governance, enabling Oracle customers and partners to maximize database and application performance and drive innovation using self-service IT platforms. The enhancements have been driven by customers and the growing Oracle Enterprise Manager Ecosystem, comprised of more than 750 Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) Specialized partners. Oracle and its partners and customers have built over 140 plug-ins and connectors for Oracle Enterprise Manager. Watch the video highlights. Automation for Broader Cloud Services Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 4 allows for a rapid enterprise-wide adoption of database, middleware and infrastructure services in the private cloud, driven by an enhanced API-enabled service catalog. The release features “push button” style provisioning of complete environments such as SOA and Oracle Active Data Guard, and fast data cloning that enables rapid deployment and testing of enterprise applications. Out-of-the-box capabilities to detect data and configuration vulnerabilities provide enhanced cloud service governance along with greater operational control through a flexible and extensible showback mechanism. Enhanced Database Management A new performance warehouse enables predictive database diagnostics and trend analysis and helps identify database problems before they occur. New enterprise data-governance capabilities enhance security by helping systematically discover and protect sensitive data. Step-by-step orchestration of upgrades with the ability to rollback changes enables faster adoption of Oracle Database 12c. Expanded Fusion Middleware Management A new consolidated view of Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c deployments with a guided management capability lets administrators apply best management practices to diverse middleware environments and identify performance issues quickly. A Java VM Diagnostics as a Service feature allows governed access to diagnostics data for IT workers across multiple disciplines for accelerated DevOps resolutions of defects and performance optimization. New automated provisioning for SOA lets middleware administrators perform mass SOA provisioning with ease. Superior Enterprise-Grade Management Private roles and preferred credentials have been added to Oracle Enterprise Manager to provide additional fine-grained security for organizations with complex access control requirements. A new security console provides a single point of control for managing the security of Oracle Enterprise Manager environments. Support for the latest industry standard SNMP v3 protocol, including encryption, enables more secure heterogeneous management. “Smart monitoring” adapts to observed environmental changes and adds self-management capabilities to help Oracle Enterprise Manager run at peak performance, while demanding less IT supervision. Supporting Quotes “Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has a strong tradition of technology breakthroughs and leadership. As a member of Oracle’s Customer Advisory Board for Oracle Enterprise Manager, we have consistently provided feedback and guidance in the areas of enterprise-scale cloud, self-diagnosability, and secure administration for the product,” said Tim Frazier, CIO, NIF and Photon Sciences, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. “We intend to take advantage of the Release 4 features that support enterprise-scale availability and fine-grained security capabilities for private cloud deployments.” “IDC's most recent CloudTrack survey shows that most enterprises plan to adopt hybrid cloud architectures over the next three years,” said Mary Johnston Turner, Research Vice President, Enterprise System Management Software, IDC. “These organizations plan to deploy a wide range of workloads into cloud environments including mission critical database and middleware services that require high levels of fault tolerance and disaster recovery. Such capabilities were traditionally custom configured for each application but cloud offers the possibility to incorporate such properties within the service definition, enabling organizations to adopt cloud without compromise. With the latest release of Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, Oracle is providing customers with an out-of-the-box experience for delivering highly-resilient cloud services for databases and applications.” “Since its inception, Oracle has been leading the way in innovative, scalable and high performance solutions for the enterprise. With this release of Oracle Enterprise Manager, we are extending this leadership by providing enterprise-scale capabilities for planning, delivering, and managing private clouds. We call this ‘zero-to-cloud – accelerated.’ These enhancements help our customers to expedite their adoption of cloud computing and prepares them for the next generation of self-service IT,” said Prakash Ramamurthy, senior vice president of Systems and Cloud Management at Oracle. Supporting Resources Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Video: Cerner Delivers High Performance Private Cloud Video: BIAS Achieves Outstanding Results with Private Cloud Press Release Stay Connected: Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Linkedin | Newsletter Download the Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Mobile app

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  • Oracle ADF at Oracle OpenWorld 2012

    - by Shay Shmeltzer
    This year is going to be very busy for Oracle ADF developers who'll attend Oracle Open World. Check out the list of Oracle ADF related sessions, labs, demos and other Oracle ADF activities.  This list will help you not to miss any ADF related activity. We have over 50 ADF related sessions, multiple labs including new ones on ADF Mobile, Application Life Cycle Management and ADF in Eclipse, we'll have several demo booths where you can meet product managers, and we'll be featured in several keynotes as well. While we have several "beginners" sessions, you'll find that we have a lot of in-depth technical sessions and sessions that cover best-practices too. Of course, it is not just us product managers presenting about Oracle ADF, there are a lot of Oracle ADF sessions presented by customers, Oracle ACEs, and other developers. So you can learn from the experience of real life implementations. Note that the ADF content starts early on Sunday with a full set of Oracle ADF sessions arranged for you by the Oracle ADF Enterprise Methodology Group - so plan your trip accordingly and be there early Sunday morning. First thing on Monday morning, don't miss the keynote for Oracle ADF developers at 10:45 at the Marriott Marquis - Salon 8 - "The Future of Development for Oracle Fusion—From Desktop to Mobile to Cloud". We are also arranging a meet-up of developers using Oracle ADF at the OTN Lounge on Wed at 4:30pm - and we would love to meet you there - this will also give you an opportunity to meet other Oracle ADF users and members of the community. And after that we can all head over to the big Wed party to see Pearl Jam and Kings of Leon. One recommendation for those who are already registered - start planning your schedule and booking your place in the sessions now through the schedule builder. This will guarantee that you won't be left out of sessions you want to attend due room size limitations. Oracle OpenWorld 2013 will be a must attend event for serious Oracle ADF developers - don't miss it.

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  • ?????????????!??Oracle Exadata??????

    - by Yusuke.Yamamoto
    ????? ??:2010/11/24 ??:?????? ?? Oracle Exadata????????????????????!??????????????? Oracle Exadata ????????!??1??????????????????????????Oracle Exadata Database Machine???????? Oracle Exadata Database Machine ???Oracle Exadata Database Machine ??????????????????????/ For DWH?For OLTPOracle Exadata Database Machine X2 ????/ ?????????????Oracle Exadata Database Machine ????????? ????????? ????????????????? http://www.oracle.com/technology/global/jp/ondemand/otn-seminar/pdf/ord_exadata_public.pdf

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  • Oracle Retail Point-of-Service with Mobile Point-of-Service, Release 13.4.1

    - by Oracle Retail Documentation Team
    Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service was previously released as a standalone product. Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service is now a supported extension of Oracle Retail Point-of-Service, Release 13.4.1. Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service provides support for using a mobile device to perform tasks such as scanning items, applying price adjustments, tendering, and looking up item information. Integration with Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management (SIM) If Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service is implemented with Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management (SIM), the following Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management functionality is supported: Inventory lookup at the current store Inventory lookup at buddy stores Validation of serial numbers Technical Overview The Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service server application runs in a domain on Oracle WebLogic. The server supports the mobile devices in the store. On each mobile device, the Mobile POS application is downloaded and then installed. Highlighted End User Documentation Updates and List of Documents  Oracle Retail Point-of-Service with Mobile Point-of-Service Release NotesA high-level overview is included about the release's functional, technical, and documentation enhancements. In addition, a section has been written that addresses Product Support considerations.   Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service Java API ReferenceJava API documentation for Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service is included as part of the Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service Release 13.4.1 documentation set. Oracle Retail Point-of-Service with Mobile Point-of-Service Installation Guide - Volume 1, Oracle StackA new chapter is included with information on installing the Mobile Point-of-Service server and setting up the Mobile POS application. The installer screens for installing the server are included in a new appendix. Oracle Retail Point-of-Service with Mobile Point-of-Service User GuideA new chapter describes the functionality available on a mobile device and how to use Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service on a mobile device. Oracle Retail POS Suite with Mobile Point-of-Service Configuration GuideThe Configuration Guide is updated to indicate which parameters are used for Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service. Oracle Retail POS Suite with Mobile Point-of-Service Implementation Guide - Volume 5, Mobile Point-of-ServiceThis new Implementation Guide volume contains information for extending and customizing both the Mobile POS application for the mobile device and the Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service server. Oracle Retail POS Suite with Mobile Point-of-Service Licensing InformationThe Licensing Information document is updated with the list of third-party open-source software used by Oracle Retail Mobile Point-of-Service. Oracle Retail POS Suite with Mobile Point-of-Service Security GuideThe Security Guide is updated with information on security for mobile devices. Oracle Retail Enhancements Summary (My Oracle Support Doc ID 1088183.1)This enterprise level document captures the major changes for all the products that are part of releases 13.2, 13.3, and 13.4. The functional, integration, and technical enhancements in the Release Notes for each product are listed in this document.

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  • Documentation in Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) and Oracle Retail Fiscal Management System (ORFM), Release 13.2.4

    - by Oracle Retail Documentation Team
    The Patch Release 13.2.4 of the Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) and its module, Oracle Retail Fiscal Management (ORFM)  is now available from My Oracle Support. End User Documentation Enhancements The following summarize the highlights of changes made to the documentation in conjunction with the new Brazil-related functionality: Foundation chapter in the Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS)/Sales Audit (ReSA) Brazil Localization User GuideThis chapter was updated with a non-base Localization Flexible Attribution Solution (LFAS) section that addresses the addition of several new custom attributes to Items and Suppliers through non-base LFAS for Brazil; it also addresses the extension of the Retail Tax Integration Layer (RTIL) through the Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS), and Oracle Retail Fiscal Management System (ORFM).  ORFM User GuideThe Purchase Order chapter was updated to include schedule related updates for a Nota Fiscal. The Fiscal Documents chapter was updated to include information on creating a new NF and searching for details using Vendor Product Number. Oracle Retail Fiscal Management/RMS Brazil Localization Implementation GuideThe Implementation Checklist chapter was updated with a note on multi-currency functionality. The Batch Processes chapter was updated with information on the NF EDI batch. The following summarize the highlights of changes made to the documentation in conjunction with the new technical certifications (see the RMS 13.2.4 Release Notes for more information): Installation Guides for RMS and for ORFM/RMS BrazilThese installation guides were updated extensively to account for the multiple technical certification enhancements in 13.2.4. White Paper: How to Upgrade from WebLogic11g 10.3.3 to WebLogic11g 10.3.4  (Doc ID: 1432575.1)See the previous blog entry regarding this new White Paper. New Documents on My Oracle Support for Brazil Localization Overview and Interfaces Tax Vendor Integration (Doc ID: 1424048.1)Oracle chooses to integrate with a third party tax expert to delivery the Brazilian solution. Oracle has built the Retail Tax Integration layer (RTIL) as the key integration component to support the integration of Oracle suite of products with external tax vendors. This paper addresses the RTIL integration interfaces with TaxWeb, providing guidance on the typical integration interfaces and operations that must be supported by other tax solutions in the Brazilian market. Oracle Retail Fiscal Management/RMS Brazil Localization: Localization Flexible Attribute Solution (LFAS) (Doc ID: 1418509.1)The white paper covers the definition of custom attributes in Localization Flexible Attribute Solution (LFAS) and enables retailers to perform data conversion changes. Retailers can add several new custom attributes to Items and Suppliers through non-base LFAS for Brazil and extend Retail Tax Integration Layer (RTIL) through the Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS), and Oracle Retail Fiscal Management System (RFM). Documents Published in RMS and ORFM Release 13.2.4 Oracle Retail Merchandising System Release Notes Oracle Retail Merchandising System Installation Guide Oracle Retail Merchandising System User Guide and Online Help Oracle Retail Sales Audit (ReSA) User Guide and Online Help Oracle Retail Merchandising System Operations Guide Oracle Retail Merchandising System Data Model Oracle Retail Merchandising Batch Schedule Oracle Retail Merchandising Implementation Guide Oracle Retail POS Suite 13.4.1 / Merchandising Operations Management13.2.4 Implementation Guide Oracle Retail Fiscal Management Data Model Oracle Retail Fiscal Management/RMS Brazil Localization Installation Guide Oracle Retail Fiscal Management/RMS Brazil Localization Implementation Guide Oracle Retail Fiscal Management User Guide and Online Help

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  • ??????Oracle Enterprise Manager???????

    - by Yusuke.Yamamoto
    ????? ??:2010/10/19 ??:???? ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? Oracle Enterprise Manager(EM)????????????4?????EM ???????????????????????? ?1? ???????????????/ ???????????? Oracle Database????????????????EM ??????????????????2? EM ??????????/ ????????????? EM?????????????????????3? ????????????·???/ ????????????????Enterprise Edition ?????????Standard Edition ?????????????????????????????????·???????4? ?????????????????/ Oracle Database ???????? EM ?????????????????????????????????????????·????·?????? ????????? ????????????????? http://oracletech.jp/products/pickup/000028.html

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  • It's an Oracle Linux Wrap: Oracle Openworld 2012

    - by Zeynep Koch
    Are you still recovering from an amazing Oracle OpenWorld experience? 50,000 attendees had access to thousands of sessions, demos, hands-on-labs, networking opportunities, music concerts, and loads of fun. For the Oracle Linux team, this was a week full of many insightful sessions and customer interactions. In case you were unable to attend Oracle OpenWorld or missed some of content presented, here's a compilation of key session presentations, keynotes, and videos.Go to the Oracle OpenWorld content catalog and access all the session presentations. Oracle Openworld Keynote by Edward Screven Oracle's commitment to Open Source by Edward Screven Oracle Linux Interview with Wim Coekaerts Making the most of mainline kernel by Wim Coekaerts Why DTrace and Ksplice have made Oracle Linux 6 popular by W.Coekaerts How partnership between Oracle Linux and Oracle Partners benefits Sysadmins by Michele Resta Hugepages=Huge Performance on Oracle Linux by Greg Marsden Benefits of Kpslice in your Linux Environment by Tim Hill Oracle Linux, Ksplice and MySQL by Lenz Grimmer We also hosted a successful Oracle Linux Pavilion with 11 of our key partners - Beyond Trust, Centrify, Data Intensity, Fujitsu, HP, LSI, Mellanox, Micro Focus, NetApp, QLogic and Teleran showcased their solutions for Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. Here are some videos from the Oracle Linux Pavilion. Centrify covers Oracle Linux solution they offer at Oracle Linux PavilionMellanox talk about their solution at Oracle Linux Pavilion Eric Pan covers Micro Focus products at Oracle Linux Pavilion There's also collection of the keynotes and executive sessions as on-demand videos posted  here . We hope you find this information useful and look forward to seeing at Oracle OpenWorld 2013! ORACLE LINUX TEAM

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  • Oracle RDBMS Server 11gR2 Pre-Install RPM for Oracle Linux 6 has been released

    - by Lenz Grimmer
    Now that the certification of the Oracle Database 11g R2 with Oracle Linux 6 and the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel has been announced, we are glad to announce the availability of oracle-rdbms-server-11gR2-preinstall, the Oracle RDBMS Server 11gR2 Pre-install RPM package (formerly known as oracle-validated). Designed specifically for Oracle Linux 6, this RPM aids in the installation of the Oracle Database. In order to install the Oracle Database 11g R2 on Oracle Linux 6, your system needs to meet a few prerequisites, as outlined in the Linux Installation Guides. Using the Oracle RDBMS Server 11gR2 Pre-install RPM, you can complete most of the pre-installation configuration tasks. which is now available from the Unbreakable Linux Network, or via the Oracle public yum repository. The pre-install package is available for x86_64 only. Specifically, the package: Causes the download and installation of various software packages and specific versions needed for database installation, with package dependencies resolved via yum Creates the user oracle and the groups oinstall and dba, which are the defaults used during database installation Modifies kernel parameters in /etc/sysctl.conf to change settings for shared memory, semaphores, the maximum number of file descriptors, and so on Sets hard and soft shell resource limits in /etc/security/limits.conf, such as the number of open files, the number of processes, and stack size to the minimum required based on the Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Server installation requirements Sets numa=off in the kernel boot parameters for x86_64 machines Please see the release announcement for further details and instructions. Also take a look at Ginny Henningsen's "How I Simplified Oracle Database Installation on Oracle Linux" article on the Oracle Technology Network for a general description on how to perform the installation of the Oracle Database on Oracle Linux. While the article refers to Oracle Linux 5 and the former "oracle-validated" package, the steps for Oracle Linux 6 are still very similar (we're looking into updating that article for Oracle Linux 6).

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  • Manage a flexible and elastic Data Center with Oracle VM Manager (By Tarry Singh - PACKT Publishing)

    - by frederic.michiara
    For the ones looking at an easy reading and first good approach to Oracle VM Manager and VM Servers, I would recommend reading the following book even so it was written for 2.1.2 whereas we can use now Oracle VM 2.2 : Oracle VM Manager 2.1.2 Manage a Flexible and Elastic Data Center with Oracle VM Manager Learn quickly to install Oracle VM Manager and Oracle VM Servers Learn to manage your Virtual Data Center using Oracle VM Manager Import VMs from the Web, template, repositories, and other VM formats such as VMware Learn powerful Xen Hypervisor utilities such as xm, xentop, and virsh A practical hands-on book with step-by-step instructions Oracle VM experts might be frustrated, but to me it's not aim to Oracle VM experts, but to the ones who needs an introduction to the subject with a good coverage of all what you need to know. This book is available on https://www.packtpub.com/oracle-vm-manager-2-1-2/book Need to find out about Table of contents : https://www.packtpub.com/article/oracle-vm-manager-2-1-2-table-of-contents Discover a sample chapter : https://www.packtpub.com/sites/default/files/sample_chapters/7122-oracle-virtualization-sample-chapter-4-oracle-vm-management.pdf Read also articles from Tarry Singh on http://www.packtpub.com/ : Oracle VM Management : http://www.packtpub.com/article/oracle-vm-management-1 Extending Oracle VM Management : http://www.packtpub.com/article/oracle-vm-management-2 Hope you'll enjoy this book as a first approach to Oracle VM. For more information on Oracle VM : Oracle VM on n OTN : http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/vm/index.html Oracle VM Wiki : http://wiki.oracle.com/page/Oracle+VM Oracle VM on IBM System x : http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/x/solutions/infrastructure/erpcrm/oracle/virtualization.html

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  • Oracle Unveils Oracle Fusion Tap for the iPad

    - by Richard Lefebvre
    Oracle Fusion Tap: Productivity Amplified Anywhere, Anytime Oracle today announced the availability of Oracle Fusion Tap, a native iPad application that redefines the level of productivity users can achieve while on-the-go.   Oracle Fusion Tap runs off cloud-based enterprise applications and across Oracle Application Cloud Services, requiring only one simple Apple App Store installation.   Automatically personalized to each user, Oracle Fusion Tap gives users exactly what they need at their fingertips and provides the long-sought, key functionalities to remain productive and to keep business moving, even when away from the desk.   Designed specifically for the iPad and the mobile workforce, Oracle Fusion Tap provides access with or without an Internet connection.   By grouping functional capabilities into three core areas of "connect," "analyze," and "work," users can easily and directly connect with what they need in the app, complete activities, and move on.   As organizations strive for a lean and agile workforce, Oracle Fusion Tap helps users find and make connections with the right people at the right time, obtaining answers to questions quickly and removing roadblocks faster.   Oracle Fusion Tap also provides users with secure access to actionable performance indicators and day-to-day management of their workforce and sales force automation. Supporting Quotes "Both the enterprise and technology providers must recognize the need to innovate and adapt for the increasing mobility of the workforce—not just for sales teams, but across the organization," said Carter Lusher, Research Fellow and Chief Analyst of Enterprise Applications Ecosystem, Ovum. "A mobile application that quickly and powerfully allows employees to make connections, analyze data, and complete activities at any time and wherever they may be located drives new levels of business value and enhances efficiency. Frankly, mobile access is no longer a 'nice to have' but a 'must have.'"   "The mobile workforce is a business reality, and Oracle Fusion Tap is an example of how Oracle delivers mobile and cloud innovations that fundamentally improve productivity and how we work," said Chris Leone, Senior Vice President of Application Development, Oracle. "With Oracle Fusion Tap users will have an all-in-one, easily extensible app that puts mission-critical data and colleague connection at their fingertips." Supporting Resources Oracle Fusion Tap Oracle Fusion Tap on App Store Oracle Fusion Tap YouTube Video Oracle CRM on Social Media @OracleCRM OracleCRM on Facebook OracleCRM on YouTube

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  • Oracle VM networking under the hood and 3 new templates

    - by Chris Kawalek
    We have a few cool things to tell you about:  First up: have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes in the network when you Live Migrate your Oracle VM server workload? Or how Oracle VM implements the network infrastructure you configure through your point & click action in the GUI? Really….how do they do this? For an in-depth view of the Oracle VM for x86 Networking model, Look ‘Under the Hood’ at Networking in Oracle VM Server for x86 with our best practices engineer in a blog post on OTN Garage. Next, making things simple in Oracle VM is what we strive every day to deliver to our user community. With that, we are pleased to bring you updates on three new Oracle Application templates: E-Business Suite 12.1.3 for Oracle ExalogicOracle VM templates for Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.3 (x86 64-bit for Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud) contain all the required elements to create an Oracle E-Business Suite R12 demonstration system on an Exalogic server. You can use these templates to quickly build an EBS 12.1.3 demonstration environment, bypassing the operating system and the software install (via the EBS Rapid Install). For further details, please review the announcement.   JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools 9.1.2.1 for x86 servers and Oracle Exalogic The Oracle VM Templates for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne provide a method to rapidly install JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1  and Tools 9.1.2.1. The complete stack includes Oracle Database 11g R2 and Oracle WebLogic Server 10.3.5 running on Oracle Linux 5. The templates can be installed to Oracle VM Server for x86 release 3.x and to the Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud.  PeopleSoft PeopleTools 8.5.2.10 for Oracle Exalogic This virtual deployment package delivers a "quick start" of PeopleSoft Middle-tier template on Oracle Linux for Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud. And last, are you wondering why we talk about “fast”, “rapid” when we refer to using Oracle VM templates to virtualize Oracle applications? Read the Evaluator Group Lab Validation report quantifying speeds of deployment up to 10x faster than with VMware vSphere. Or you can also check out our on demand webcast Quantifying the Value of Application-Driven Virtualization.

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  • ???????/??????????!? Oracle?? ?????

    - by Yusuke.Yamamoto
    ????? ??:2010/12/01 ??:??????/?? ???? Oracle Database ???????????????????Oracle Database ??????????????????????????? Oracle Database ?????! Oracle Database ???/ Oracle Database ???Oracle Database ?????Oracle Database ????????????:??????·???/??????·???????????????????Oracle Database ???????/ ??????????????????????/??????????????????????????????????????????????? ????????? ????????????????? http://otndnld.oracle.co.jp/ondemand/otn-seminar/movie/Nyumon12011100.wmv http://www.oracle.com/technology/global/jp/ondemand/otn-seminar/pdf/20101201_Oracle_Beginner.pdf

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  • ???????/??????????!? Oracle?? ??????????

    - by Yusuke.Yamamoto
    ????? ??:2010/12/08 ??:??????/?? ???? Oracle Database ??????????????????????????? Oracle Database ????????????Oracle Database ??????????????????????????????????????? Oracle Database ???/ Oracle Database ??????Oracle Database ???????Oracle Database ???/ ????????????Oracle Database ???????(??)/ ???????????????????????????????????? ????????? ????????????????? http://otndnld.oracle.co.jp/ondemand/otn-seminar/movie/Nyumon12081100.wmv http://www.oracle.com/technology/global/jp/ondemand/otn-seminar/pdf/1208_1100_Oracle_Beginner_architecture.pdf

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  • Oracle annuncia la nuova release di Oracle Hyperion EPM System

    - by Stefano Oddone
    Lo scorso 4 Aprile, durante l'Oracle Open World tenutosi a Tokyo, Mark Hurd, Presidente di Oracle, ha annunciato l'imminente rilascio della release 11.1.2.2 di Oracle Hyperion Enterprise Performance Managent System, la piattaforma leader nel mercato mondiale dell'EPM. La nuova release introduce un insieme estremamente significativo di nuovi moduli, migliorie a moduli esistenti, evoluzioni tecnologiche e funzionali che incrementano ulteriormente il valore ed il vantaggio competitivo fornito dall'offerta Oracle. Tra le principali novità in evidenza: introduzione del nuovo modulo Oracle Hyperion Project Financial Planning, verticalizzazione per la pianificazione economico-finanziaria, il funding ed il budgeting di progetti, iniziative, attività, commesse arricchimento di Oracle Hyperion Planning con funzionalità built-in a supporto del Predictive Planning e del Rolling Forecast per supportare processi di budgeting e forecasting sempre più flessibili, frequenti ed efficaci introduzione del nuovo modulo Oracle Account Reconciliation Manager per la gestione dell'intero ciclo di vita delle attività di riconciliazione dei conti tra General Ledger e Sub-Ledger o tra sistemi contabili differenti arricchimento di Oracle Hyperion Financial Management con un'interfaccia web totalmente nuova e l'introduzione della Smart Dimensionality, ovvero la possibilità di definire modelli con più delle 12 dimensioni "canoniche" tipiche delle releases precedenti, con una gestione ottimizzata di query e calcoli in funzione della cardinalità delle dimensioni in gioco arricchimento di Oracle Hyperion Profitability & Cost Management con funzionalità di Detailed Profitability, ovvero la possibilità di implementare modelli di costing e profittabilità in presenza di dimensioni ad altissima cardinalità quali, ad esempio, gli SKU delle industrie Retail e Distribution, i clienti delle Banche Retail e delle Telco, le singole utente delle Utilities. arricchimento di Oracle Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management, in particolare della componente ERP Integrator, con estensione delle integrazioni pre-built verso SAP Financials e JD Edwards Enterprise One Financials introduzione di Oracle Exalytics, il primo engineered system specificatamente progettato per l'In-Memory Analytics che permette di ottenere performance di calcolo e di analisi senza precedenti al crescere dei volumi di dati, delle dimensioni dei modelli e della concorrenza degli utenti, supportando così processi di Business Intelligence, Planning & Budgeting, Cost Allocation sempre più articolati e distribuiti Il prossimo 19 Aprile nella sede Oracle di Cinisello Balsamo (MI) si terrà un evento dove verranno presentate in dettaglio le novità introdotte dalla nuova release dell'EPM System; l'evento sarà replicato il 3 Maggio nella sede Oracle di Roma. L'evento è pubblico e gratuito, chi fosse interessato può registrarsi qui. Per ulteriori informazioni potete fare riferimento alla Press Release Ufficiale Qui potete rivedere l'intervento di Mark Hurd all'Open World sulla Strategia Oracle per il Business Analytics

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  • DON'T MISS: Live Webcast - Nimble SmartStack for Oracle with Cisco UCS (Nov 12)

    - by Zeynep Koch
    You are invited to the live webcast with Nimble Storage, Oracle and Cisco where we will talk about the new SmartStack solution from Nimble Storage that features Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and Cisco UCS products. In this webinar, you will learn how Nimble Storage SmartStack with Oracle and Cisco provides a converged infrastructure for Oracle Database environments with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. SmartStack, built on best-of-breed components, delivers the performance and reliability needed for deploying Oracle on a single symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) server or Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) on multiple nodes.  When : Tuesday, November 12, 2013, 11:00 AM Pacific Time Panelists: Michele Resta, Director of Linux and Virtualization Alliances, Oracle John McAbel, Senior Product Manager, Cisco Ibby Rahmani, Solutions Marketing, Nimble Storage SmartStack™solutions provide pre-validated reference architectures that speed deployments and minimize risk.      The pre-validated converged infrastructure is based on an Oracle Validated Configuration that includes Oracle Database and Oracle Linux with the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel.     The solution components include a Nimble Storage CS-Series array, two Cisco UCS B200 M3 blade servers, Oracle Linux 6 Update 4 with the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, and Oracle Database 11g Release 2 or Oracle Database 12c Release 1.     The Nimble Storage CS-Series is certified with Oracle VM 3.2 providing an even more flexible solution leveraging virtualization for functions such as test and development by delivering excellent random I/O performance in Oracle VM environments. Register today 

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  • Oracle VM Administration: Oracle VM Server for x86 - new Training

    - by Antoinette O'Sullivan
     Oracle VM Administration: Oracle VM Server for x86 - new course just released. This 3 day hands-on course teaches students how to build a virtualization platform using the Oracle VM Manager and Oracle VM Server for x86. Students learn how deploy and manage highly configurable, inter-connected virtual machines. The course teaches students how to install and configure Oracle VM Server for x86 as well as details of network and storage configuration, pool and repository creation, and virtual machine management. You can follow this class that brings you great hands-on experience either in-class or from your own desk.

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  • Oracle Announces the Winners of the 2014 Oracle Sustainability Innovation Award

    - by Evelyn Neumayr
    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 and successfully. Oracle will also be awarding Lacey Lewis, Senior Vice President – Finance at Cox Enterprises, with Oracle's 2014 Chief Sustainability Officer of the Year award. Lacey is being honored for the comprehensive, deep-rooted environmental sustainability program at Cox Enterprises. With a focus on conserving and protecting the environment, Cox Enterprises uses Oracle Applications and technology to drive efficiency and green business processes throughout its organization. These awards will be presented by Jeff Henley, Oracle Chairman of the Board, in Oracle's seventh annual sustainability awards session. Please join us at this awards session on Wednesday October 1 in Moscone West Room 3002 if you will be attending Oracle OpenWorld.

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  • Oracle Desktop Virtualization at HIMSS 2011

    - by chris.kawalek(at)oracle.com
    The HIMSS Conference is an extremely important industry trade show put on by The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. It's being held in Florida starting this Sunday, February 20th. Their slogan, "Linking people, potential, and progress" could be true of Oracle desktop virtualization as well! The Oracle desktop virtualization group has worked very closely with the Oracle healthcare business unit to have a large presence at this show, and I wanted to tell you a bit about what we're doing: - All Oracle demos are being done on Sun Ray Clients That's right, every demo pod in the large Oracle booth will have a Sun Ray Client with each demo tied to a smart card. Too many people at your demo station? Pop your card out and go to a different one. We'll also be demoing Oracle desktop virtualization at a dedicated demo station, too. This is great stuff! Find Oracle at booth #1651 Oracle's page about HIMSS - Focus Group - Caregiver Mobility with Oracle Sun Ray Clients and Desktop Virtualization Feb 22, 3:15-4:15 PM This focus group will be for customers interested in Oracle desktop virtualization. It's invitation only, but you can comment on this blog post and we can give you info on how to attend (your comment won't be made public). - Solution Session - Fast, Secure, Workflow Optimized: Inexpensive Access to Care Information is Possible Inside and Outside of the Hospital Feb 23, 4:15 PM Booth #685, Wireless and Mobility Theatre Oracle's Adam Workman will cover caregiver mobility and the benefits of Oracle desktop virtualization to healthcare organizations. - New healthcare solutions page on oracle.com We've created a page dedicated to content involving desktop virtualization and healthcare. This will be your onestop shop if looking for desktop virtualization and healthcare information. - New desktop virtualization and healthcare solution data sheet This document outlines how we define "Caregiver Mobility" and how Oracle products are used to facilitate quicker, more secure access to patient data. We'll have some more updates from the show next week. It looks like its going to be an exciting event! -Chris

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  • Oracle Coherence & Oracle Service Bus: REST API Integration

    - by Nino Guarnacci
    This post aims to highlight one of the features found in Oracle Coherence which allows it to be easily added and integrated inside a wider variety of projects.  The features in question are the REST API exposed by the Coherence nodes, with which you can interact in the wider mode in memory data grid.Oracle Coherence and Oracle Service Bus are natively integrated through a feature found in the Oracle Service Bus, which allows you to use the coherence grid cache during the configuration phase of a business service. This feature allows you to use an intermediate layer of cache to retrieve the answers from previous invocations of the same service, without necessarily having to invoke the real business service again. Directly from the web console of Oracle Service Bus, you can decide the policies of eviction of the objects / answers and define the discriminating parameters that identify their uniqueness.The coherence REST APIs, however, allow you to integrate both products for other necessities enabling realization of new architectures design.  Consider coherence’s node as a simple service which interoperates through the stardard services and in particular REST (with JSON and XML). Thinking of coherence as a company’s shared service, able to have an implementation of a centralized “map and reduce” which you can access  by a huge variety of protocols (transport and envelopes).An amazing step forward for those who still imagine connectors and code. This type of integration does not require writing custom code or complex implementation to be self-supported. The added value is made unique by the incredible value of both products independently, and still more out of their simple and robust integration.As already mentioned this scenario discovers a hidden new door behind the columns of these two products. The door leads to new ideas and perspectives for enterprise architectures that increasingly wink to next-generation applications: simple and dynamic, perhaps towards the mobile and web 2.0.Below, a small and simple demo useful to demonstrate how easily is to integrate these two products using the Coherence REST API. This demo is also intended to imagine new enterprise architectures using this approach.The idea is to create a centralized system of alerting, fed easily from any company’s application, regardless of the technology with which they were built . Then use a representation standard protocol: RSS, using a service exposed by the service bus; So you can browse and search only the alerts that you are interested on, by category, author, title, date, etc etc.. The steps needed to implement this system are very simple and very few. Here they are listed below and described to be easily replicated within your environment. I would remind you that the demo is only meant to demonstrate how easily is to integrate Oracle Coherence and the Oracle Service Bus, and stimulate your imagination to new technological approaches.1) Install the two products: In this demo used (if necessary, consult the installation guides of 2 products)  - Oracle Service Bus ver. 11.1.1.5.0 http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/service-bus/downloads/index.html - Oracle Coherence ver. 3.7.1 http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/coherence/downloads/index.html 2) Because you choose to create a centralized alerting system, we need to define a structure type containing some alerting attributes useful to preserve and organize the information of the various alerts sent by the different applications. Here, then it was built a java class named Alert containing the canonical properties of an alarm information:- Title- Description- System- Time- Severity 3) Therefore, we need to create two configuration files for the coherence node, in order to save the Alert objects within the grid, through the rest/http protocol (more than the native API for Java, C + +, C,. Net). Here are the two minimal configuration files for Coherence:coherence-rest-config.xml resty-server-config.xml This minimum configuration allows me to use a distributed cache named "alerts" that can  also be accessed via http - rest on the host "localhost" over port "8080", objects are of type “oracle.cohsb.Alert”. 4) Below  a simple Java class that represents the type of alert messages: 5) At this point we just need to startup our coherence node, able to listen on http protocol to manage the “alerts” cache, which will receive incoming XML or JSON objects of type Alert. Remember to include in the classpath of the coherence node, the Alert java class and the following coherence libraries and configuration files:  At this point, just run the coherence class node “com.tangosol.net.DefaultCacheServer”advising you to set the following parameters:-Dtangosol.coherence.log.level=9 -Dtangosol.coherence.log=stdout -Dtangosol.coherence.cacheconfig=[PATH_TO_THE_FILE]\resty-server-config.xml 6) Let's create a procedure to test our configuration of Coherence and in order to insert some custom alerts in our cache. The technology with which you want to achieve this functionality is fully not considerable: Javascript, Python, Ruby, Scala, C + +, Java.... Because the protocol to communicate with Coherence is simply HTTP / JSON or XML. For this little demo i choose Java: A method to send/put the alert to the cache: A method to query and view the content of the cache: Finally the main method that execute our methods:  No special library added in the classpath for our class (json struct static defined), when it will be executed, it asks some information such as title, description,... in order to compose and send an alert to the cache and then it will perform an inquiry, to the same cache. At this point, a good exercise at this point, may be to create the same procedure using other technologies, such as a simple html page containing some JavaScript code, and then using Python, Ruby, and so on.7) Now we are ready to start configuring the Oracle Service Bus in order to integrate the two products. First integrate the internal alerting system of Oracle Service Bus with our centralized alerting system based on coherence node. This ensures that by monitoring, or directly from within our Proxy Message Flow, we can throw alerts and save them directly into the Coherence node. To do this I choose to use the jms technology, natively present inside the Oracle Weblogic / Service Bus. Access to the Oracle WebLogic Administration console and create and configure a new JMS connection factory and a new jms destination (queue). Now we should create a new resource of type “alert destination” within our Oracle Service Bus project. The new “alert destination” resource should be configured using the newly created connection factory jms and jms destination. Finally, in order to withdraw the message alert enqueued in our JMS destination and send it to our coherence node, we just need to create a new business service and proxy service within our Oracle Service Bus project.Our business service is responsible for sending a message to our REST service Coherence using as a method action: PUT Finally our proxy service have to collect all messages enqueued on the destination, execute an xquery transformation on those messages  in order to translate them into valid XML / alert objects useful to be sent to our coherence service, through the newly created business service. The message flow pipeline containing the xquery transformation: Incredibly,  we just did a basic first integration between the native alerting system of Oracle Service Bus and our centralized alerting system by simply configuring our coherence node without developing anything.It's time to test it out. To do this I create a proxy service able to generate an alert using our "alert destination", whenever the proxy is invoked. After some invocation to our proxy that generates fake alerts, we could open an Internet browser and type the URL  http://localhost: 8080/alerts/  so we could see what has been inserted within the coherence node. 8) We are ready for the final step.  We would create a new message flow, that can be used to search and display the results in standard mode. To do this I choosen the standard representation of RSS, to display a formatted result on a huge variety of devices such as readers for the iPhone and Android. The inquiry may be defined already at the time of the request able to return only feed / items related to our needs. To do this we need to create a new business service, a new proxy service, and finally a new XQuery Transformation to take care of translating the collection of alerts that will be return from our coherence node in a nicely formatted RSS standard document.So we start right from this resource (xquery), which has the task of transforming a collection of alerts / xml returned from the node coherence in a type well-formatted feed RSS 2.0 our new business service that will search the alerts on our coherence node using the Rest API. And finally, our last resource, the proxy service that will be exposed as an RSS / feeds to various mobile devices and traditional web readers, in which we will intercept any search query, and transform the result returned by the business service in an RSS feed 2.0. The message flow with the transformation phase (Alert TO Feed Items): Finally some little tricks to follow during the routing to the business service, - check for any queries present in the url to require a subset of alerts  - the http header "Accept" to help get an answer XML instead of JSON: In our little demo we also static added some coherence parameters to the request:sort=time:desc;start=0;count=100I would like to get from Coherence that the results will be sorted by date, and starting from 1 up to a maximum of 100.Done!!Just incredible, our centralized alerting system is ready. Inheriting all the qualities and capabilities of the two products involved Oracle Coherence & Oracle Service Bus: - RASP (Reliability, Availability, Scalability, Performance)Now try to use your mobile device, or a normal Internet browser by accessing the RSS just published: Some urls you may test: Search for the last 100 alerts : http://localhost:7001/alarmsSearch for alerts that do not have time set to null (time is not null):http://localhost:7001/alarms?q=time+is+not+nullSearch for alerts that the system property is “Web Browser” (system = ‘Web Browser’):http://localhost:7001/alarms?q=system+%3D+%27Web+Browser%27Search for alerts that the system property is “Web Browser” and the severity property is “Fatal” and the title property contain the word “Javascript”  (system = ‘Web Broser’ and severity = ‘Fatal’ and title like ‘%Javascript%’)http://localhost:8080/alerts?q=system+%3D+%27Web+Browser%27+AND+severity+%3D+%27Fatal%27+AND+title+LIKE+%27%25Javascript%25%27 To compose more complex queries about your need I would suggest you to read the chapter in the coherence documentation inherent the Cohl language (Coherence Query Language) http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E24290_01/coh.371/e22837/api_cq.htm . Some useful links: - Oracle Coherence REST API Documentation http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E24290_01/coh.371/e22839/rest_intro.htm - Oracle Service Bus Documentation http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E21764_01/soa.htm#osb - REST explanation from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Representational_state_transfer At this URL could be downloaded the whole materials of this demo http://blogs.oracle.com/slc/resource/cosb/coh-sb-demo.zip Author: Nino Guarnacci.

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  • CRMIT Solution´s CRM++ Asterisk Telephony Connector Achieves Oracle Validated Integration with Oracle Sales Cloud

    - by Richard Lefebvre
    To achieve Oracle Validated Integration, Oracle partners are required to meet a stringent set of requirements that are based on the needs and priorities of the customers. Based on a Telephony Application Programming Interface (TAPI) framework the CRM++ Asterisk Telephony Connector integrates the Asterisk telephony solutions with Oracle® Sales Cloud. "The CRM++ Asterisk Telephony Connector for Oracle® Sales Cloud showcases CRMIT Solutions focus and commitment to extend the Customer Experience (CX) expertise to our existing and potential customers," said Vinod Reddy, Founder & CEO, CRMIT Solutions. "Oracle® Validated Integration applies a rigorous technical review and test process," said Kevin O’Brien, senior director, ISV and SaaS Strategy, Oracle®. "Achieving Oracle® Validated Integration through Oracle® PartnerNetwork gives our customers confidence that the CRM++ Asterisk Telephony Connector for Oracle® Sales Cloud has been validated and that the products work together as designed. This helps reduce deployment risk and improves the user experience for our joint customers." CRM++ is a suite of native Customer Experience solutions for Oracle® CRM On Demand, Oracle® Sales Cloud and Oracle® RightNow Cloud Service. With over 3000+ users the CRM++ framework helps extend the Customer Experience (CX) and the power of Customer Relations Management features including Email WorkBench, Self Service Portal, Mobile CRM, Social CRM and Computer Telephony Integration.. About CRMIT Solutions CRMIT Solutions is a pioneer in delivering SaaS-based customer experience (CX) consulting and solutions. With more than 200 certified customer relationship management (CRM) consultants and more than 175 successful CRM deployments globally, CRMIT Solutions offers a range of CRM++ applications for accelerated deployments including various rapid implementation and migration utilities for Oracle® Sales Cloud, Oracle® CRM On Demand, Oracle® Eloqua, Oracle® Social Relationship Management and Oracle® RightNow Cloud Service. About Oracle Validated Integration Oracle Validated Integration, available through the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), gives customers confidence that the integration of complementary partner software products with Oracle Applications and specific Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions have been validated, and the products work together as designed. This can help customers reduce risk, improve system implementation cycles, and provide for smoother upgrades and simpler maintenance. Oracle Validated Integration applies a rigorous technical process to review partner integrations. Partners who have successfully completed the program are authorized to use the “Oracle Validated Integration” logo. For more information, please visit Oracle.com at http://www.oracle.com/us/partnerships/solutions/index.html.

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  • COLLABORATE 12: Oracle WebCenter Featured at Largest Oracle User Conference

    - by kellsey.ruppel
    With more than 70 out of about 800 individual sessions, Oracle WebCenter will be a major focus of COLLABORATE 12, this year's Independent Oracle User Group (IOUG) conference, taking place April 22–26 in Las Vegas, Nevada. "COLLABORATE 12 provides a unique chance to share experiences with Oracle customers, product managers, and partners, so you can deepen your knowledge about Oracle WebCenter upgrades, user provisioning, workflow, integration, and much more," says Roel Stalman, vice president of product management for Oracle WebCenter. "In fact, COLLABORATE can form a key part of your training plans for 2012." Full-Day Oracle WebCenter Deep Dive On Sunday, April 22, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., registered conference attendees can attend a special deep dive into Oracle WebCenter. During the program, experts from Oracle product management and development teams will delve into all four pillars of Oracle WebCenter—and explore how all four are integrated together. Attendees can also expect A preview of Oracle WebCenter 12c Detailed product demos Prize giveaways throughout the day Going Mobile Oracle WebCenter and mobile technology will be a major theme at this year's conference, with a number of sessions devoted to maximizing the availability of content while also ensuring security. Sessions include Are You Making These Mistakes in Your Oracle Site Studio Implementations? Monday, April 23 at 11 a.m. Case Study: How Medtronic Brought Oracle WebCenter Content to the iPad Tuesday, April 24 at 10:45 a.m. Exposing Oracle WebCenter Data on Mobile and Desktop Devices Through the REST API Tuesday, April 24 at 10:45 a.m. Mobile First: Delivering a Compelling Mobile Experience with Oracle WebCenter Tuesday, April 24 at 4:30 p.m. Optimizing Your Oracle WebCenter Portal Solution for Mobile Devices Wednesday, April 25 at 8:15 a.m. Build an iPhone App Using Oracle WebCenter Portal REST APIs Wednesday, April 25 at 9:30 a.m. Other Don't-Miss Sessions Conference organizers have indicated that the following sessions in particular should be of wide interest to attendees. Oracle WebCenter: Vision, Strategy, and Overview Monday, April 23 at 9:45 a.m. This session explores Oracle's integrated approach to portals and composite applications, Web experience management, enterprise content management, and enterprise social collaboration. It also provides insight into Oracle's strategic direction for Oracle WebCenter. Oracle Webcenter Content, Oracle WebCenter Spaces, Oracle WebCenter Sites: Which Is Right for Me? Monday, April 23 at 1:15 p.m. This session helps attendees determine the best Oracle WebCenter solution to meet their needs for an intranet, corporate Website, or partner portal. Learn more and register to attend COLLABORATE 12.

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  • Oracle Optimized Solutions at Oracle OpenWorld 2012

    - by ferhatSF
    Have you registered for Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in San Francisco from September 30 to October 4? Visit the Oracle OpenWorld 2012 site today for registration and more information. Come join us to hear how Oracle Optimized Solutions can help you save money, reduce integration risks, and improve user productivity. Oracle Optimized Solutions are designed, pre-tested, tuned and fully documented architectures for optimal performance and availability. They provide written guidelines to help size, configure, purchase and deploy enterprise solutions that address common IT problems. Built with flexibility in mind, Oracle Optimized Solutions can be deployed as complete solutions or easily tailored to meet your specific needs - they are proven to save money, reduce integration risks and improve user productivity. Here is a preview of the planned Oracle OpenWorld sessions(*) on Oracle Optimized Solutions. October 1, 2012 Monday Time Session ID Title Location 12:15 PM CON7916 Accelerate Oracle E-Business Suite Deployment with SPARC SuperCluster Moscone West - 2001 03:15 PM GEN9691 General Session: Accelerate Your Business with the Oracle Hardware Advantage Moscone North - Hall D 04:45 PM CON4821 Building a Flexible Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure on Oracle SPARC Systems Moscone West - 2001 October 2, 2012 Tuesday Time Session ID Title Location 10:15 AM CON4561 Backup-and-Recovery Best Practices with Oracle Engineered Systems Products Moscone South - 252 11:45 AM CON3851 Optimizing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on SPARC T4 Servers for Best Performance Moscone West - 2000 01:15 PM GEN11472 General Session: Breakthrough Efficiency in Private Cloud Infrastructure Moscone West - 3014 01:15 PM CON4600 Extreme Storage Scale and Efficiency: Lessons from a 100,000-Person Organization Moscone South - 252 05:00 PM CON9465 Next-Generation Directory: Oracle Unified Directory Moscone West - 3008 05:00 PM CON4088 Accelerate Your SAP Landscape with the Oracle SPARC SuperCluster Moscone West - 2001 05:00 PM CON7743 High-Performance Security for Oracle Applications Using SPARC T4 Systems Moscone West - 2000 05:00 PM CON3857 Archive Strategies for 100 Percent Data Availability Moscone South - 270 October 3, 2012 Wednesday Time Session ID Title Location 10:15 AM CON6528 Configure Oracle Hybrid Columnar Compression to Optimize Query Database Performance up to 10x Moscone South - 252 11:45 AM CON2590 Breakthrough in Private Cloud Management on SPARC T-Series Servers Moscone South - 270 01:15 PM CON4289 Oracle Optimized Solution for Siebel CRM at ACCOR Moscone West - 2000 05:00 PM CON7570 Improve PeopleSoft HCM Performance and Reliability with SPARC SuperCluster Moscone South - 252 * Schedule subject to change In addition, there will be Oracle Optimized Solutions Hands-On-Labs sessions planned. Please enroll ahead of time as space is limited: Oracle Optimized Solutions: Hands on Labs in Oracle OpenWorld Place: Marriott Marquis - Salon 14/15 Date and Time Session ID Title Monday October 1, 2012 01:45 PM HOL9868 Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure for SPARC with Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c Monday October 1, 2012 03:15 PM HOL9907 Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Performance and Tablet Mobility Wednesday October 3, 2012 05:00 PM HOL9870 x86 Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure with Oracle VM 3.x and Sun ZFS Storage Appliance Thursday October 4, 2012 11:15 AM HOL9869 0 to Database Backup and Recovery in 60 Minutes Oracle Optimized Solutions executives and experts will also be at hand for discussions and follow ups. And don’t forget to catch live demonstrations of our complete Oracle Optimized Solutions while at Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in San Francisco. We recommend the use of the Schedule Builder tool to plan your visit to the conference and for pre-enrollment in sessions of your interest. We hope to see you there!

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  • Oracle Solaris 11 Best Platform for Oracle Database 12c!

    - by uwes
    Sharpen your knowledge about Oracle Solaris 11 and Oracle Database 12c. Oracle Solaris Product Management has developed a host of content supporting the value of Oracle Database 12c on Oracle Solaris and Oracle Solaris on SPARC. OTN-Web Pages Oracle Solaris 11 and SPARC Oracle Solaris 11 Best Platform for Oracle Database Collateral Updated datasheet: Oracle Solaris Optimizations for the Oracle Stack Article: How Oracle Solaris Makes Oracle Database Fast Screen Cast: Analyzing Oracle Database I/O Outliers Blog: Oracle Solaris Blog OTN Garage Blog

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  • Oracle Fusion Middleware with Oracle Database 12c

    - by Hiro
    Oracle Fusion Middleware ????????????????Oracle Database 12c ????????????·???????????????? Oracle WebLogic Server 11g (10.3.6) ??? Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.7.0) ?? Oracle Forms and Reports 11g Release 2 (11.1.2.1.0) ?? ??????????????·????????????????Oracle WebLogic Server ??????????My Oracle Support???Doc ID: 1564509.1 ??????????(My Oracle Support ?????????????????????) ?????

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  • The August '14 Oracle Virtualization Newsletter is Now Available

    - by Chris Kawalek
    The August 2014 edition of the Oracle Virtualization Newsletter is now available! You can catch up on what's been going on with Oracle VM, Oracle Secure Global Desktop, and Oracle VM VirtualBox by reading the latest issue. Here are some highlights: Oracle Announces Oracle VM 3.3 Release Technology Preview of OpenStack Icehouse with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM Now Available Getting Started with Oracle VM, Oracle Linux, and OpenStack Oracle VM Test Drive Workshop on Cisco UCS Updated Oracle VM Storage Connect Plug-in for Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Now Available Controlled Remote Access with Oracle Secure Global Desktop and amitego VISULOX And much more! You can read the latest edition online right now or sign up to get it automatically delivered to your inbox.

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