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  • Google Developer Day 2010 in Sao Paulo - Keynote (pt-BR & en)

    Google Developer Day 2010 in Sao Paulo - Keynote (pt-BR & en) Video footage from keynote presentation at Google Developer Day 2010 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Mario Queiroz, VP Product Management, Google (pt-BR) Eric Bidelman, Developer Advocate, Google (en) Eric Tholomé, Product Management Director, Google (en) Marcelo Marzola, CEO, Predicta/BTBuckets (pt-BR) Marcelo Quintella, Product Manager, Google (pt-BR) For more information on Google Developer Day in Sao Paulo, see www.google.com Follow us on the Code blog and on Twitter: googlecode.blogspot.com http twitter.com (in pt-BR) Hashtag #gddbr From: GoogleDevelopers Views: 612 10 ratings Time: 01:11:59 More in Science & Technology

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  • Geek Bike Ride Sao Paulo

    - by Tori Wieldt
    What do you do on sunny Saturday in Sao Paulo when you have several Java enthusiasts, street lanes closed off for bicyclists, new cool Duke jerseys, and some wonderful bike angels to provide a tour through the city? A GEEK BIKE RIDE, of course! The weekend before JavaOne Latin America, the Sao Paulo geek bike ride was held today. We had 20+ riders and a wonderful route that took us from the Bicycle Park to and through downtown. It was a 30Km ride, but our hosts were kind enough to give riders the option to take the subway for part of the trip. Thanks to our wonderful bike angels, the usual rental bike problems like rubbing brakes, dropped chains, and even a flat tire were handled with ease.  The geek bike ride wasn't just for out-of-towners. Loiane Groner, who lives in Sao Paulo said, "I love the Geek Bike Ride! The last time I was in these parts of the city, I think I was five years-old!" A good time was had by all. (My only crash of the day was riding up an escalator with my bike. Luckily, the bikers with me were so busy helping me that no pictures were taken. <phew>) Enjoy this video by Hugo Lavalle You can also view Hugo's pictures. More pictures to come on Stephen Chin's blog.  So, what city is up next?  

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  • Oracle OpenWorld São Paulo Is Back!

    - by Kristin Rose
    Guess what’s back and bigger than ever! Oracle OpenWorld São Paulo, and we can’t wait to see YOU there! Be part of the first ever Oracle PartnerNetwork Exchange Latin America, a program that incorporates special activities specifically tailored to you, our partners. OracleOpenWorld Latin America is taking place from December 4th – 6th at the Transamerica Expo Center, so if you haven’t already registered, hurry and do so to take advantage of our Early Bird pricing here! This year’s jam-packed agenda includes keynotes from Hugo Freytes, SVP of Latin America Alliances and Channels, Judson Althoff, SVP of Worldwide Alliances and Channels and many more! The OPN Keynote session will take place on December 5th from 10:00am to 12:00am, and the program will feature four tracks including Applications, Cloud, Engineered Systems and Technology for partners, complete with endless content! Click here to view the Oracle OpenWorld Latin America Oracle PartnerNetwork Agenda. Also, we wanted to offer a huge THANK YOU to our 2012 Oracle PartnerNetwork Exchange Latin America and Lounge sponsors: Avnet and Preteco! Be sure to stop by our Oracle PartnerNetwork Lounge to hold meetings, network with your peers, and engage in relevant conversations with your partners, customers and other industry professionals. Finally, don’t wait to register! Early Bird Pricing for OPN Exchange @ OpenWorld has ends November, 23. You really don't want to miss this great opportunity to learn, network, and be a part of the experience. Register here! Welcome to the new Oracle PartnerNetwork Exchange @ OpenWorld Latin America 2012! The OPN Communications Team

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  • Create a unique ID by fuzzy matching of names (via agrep using R)

    - by tbrambor
    Using R, I am trying match on people's names in a dataset structured by year and city. Due to some spelling mistakes, exact matching is not possible, so I am trying to use agrep() to fuzzy match names. A sample chunk of the dataset is structured as follows: df <- data.frame(matrix( c("1200013","1200013","1200013","1200013","1200013","1200013","1200013","1200013", "1996","1996","1996","1996","2000","2000","2004","2004","AGUSTINHO FORTUNATO FILHO","ANTONIO PEREIRA NETO","FERNANDO JOSE DA COSTA","PAULO CEZAR FERREIRA DE ARAUJO","PAULO CESAR FERREIRA DE ARAUJO","SEBASTIAO BOCALOM RODRIGUES","JOAO DE ALMEIDA","PAULO CESAR FERREIRA DE ARAUJO"), ncol=3,dimnames=list(seq(1:8),c("citycode","year","candidate")) )) The neat version: citycode year candidate 1 1200013 1996 AGUSTINHO FORTUNATO FILHO 2 1200013 1996 ANTONIO PEREIRA NETO 3 1200013 1996 FERNANDO JOSE DA COSTA 4 1200013 1996 PAULO CEZAR FERREIRA DE ARAUJO 5 1200013 2000 PAULO CESAR FERREIRA DE ARAUJO 6 1200013 2000 SEBASTIAO BOCALOM RODRIGUES 7 1200013 2004 JOAO DE ALMEIDA 8 1200013 2004 PAULO CESAR FERREIRA DE ARAUJO I'd like to check in each city separately, whether there are candidates appearing in several years. E.g. in the example, PAULO CEZAR FERREIRA DE ARAUJO PAULO CESAR FERREIRA DE ARAUJO appears twice (with a spelling mistake). Each candidate across the entire data set should be assigned a unique numeric candidate ID. The dataset is fairly large (5500 cities, approx. 100K entries) so a somewhat efficient coding would be helpful. Any suggestions as to how to implement this?

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  • New Book From Luís Abreu: ASP.NET 4.0 – The Complete Course (Portuguese)

    - by Paulo Morgado
    Thsi book, with several practical examples, presents how to build web applications using ASP.NET 4.0. Starts by introducing the framework to build pages and controls and gradually introduces all the new features available. More compact that its previous versions  (part of the content was moved to FCA’s site in the form of apendices), this new book gives emphasis to to the new features in ASP.NET 4.0 and targets both developers new to ASP.NET and developers moving from previous versions of ASP.NET. This time there’s good new for Brazilian readers. The book will be distributed in Brazil by: Zamboni Comércio de Livros Ltda. Av.Parada Pinto, 1476 São Paulo – SP Telf. / Fax: +55 11 2233-2333 E-mail: [email protected] Our book (LINQ Com C# (Portuguese)) isn’t still distributed in Brazil, but, if you want it, you can always try that distributer.

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  • SQL SERVER Subquery or Join Various Options SQL Server Engine Knows the Best Part 2

    This blog post is part 2 of the earlier written article SQL SERVER Subquery or Join Various Options SQL Server Engine knows the Best by Paulo R. Pereira. Paulo has left excellent comment to earlier article once again proving the point that SQL Server Engine is smart enough to figure out the [...]...Did you know that DotNetSlackers also publishes .net articles written by top known .net Authors? We already have over 80 articles in several categories including Silverlight. Take a look: here.

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  • Oracle Announces Oracle Cloud Office and Oracle Open Office 3.3

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Oracle today introduced Oracle Cloud Office and Oracle Open Office 3.3, two complete, open standards-based office productivity suites for the desktop, web and mobile devices - helping users significantly improve productivity, reduce costs and achieve greater innovation across the enterprise.Oracle Cloud Office 1.0 is a web and mobile office suite that enables web 2.0-style collaboration and mobile document access. Compatibility with Microsoft Office and integration with Oracle Open Office enable rich and seamless offline editing of complex presentations, text and spreadsheet documents. Oracle Open Office 3.3 includes new enterprise connectors to Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle E-Business Suite, other Oracle Applications and Microsoft Sharepoint, to allow for fast, seamless integration into existing enterprise software stacks. In addition, it adds increased stability, compatibility and performance at up to five times lower license cost compared to Microsoft Office. Based on the Open Document Format (ODF) and open web standards, Oracle Office enables users to share files on any system as it is compatible with both legacy Microsoft Office documents and modern web 2.0 publishing. The Oracle Office APIs and open standards-based approach provides IT users with flexibility, lower short and long-term costs and freedom from vendor lock-in - enabling organizations to build a complete Open Standard Office Stack. If you're interested to learn more, read our today's press release or visit oracle.com/office.

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  • Information Indepth Newsletter - Linux Edition

    - by Paulo Folgado
    INFORMATION INDEPTH NEWSLETTERLinux Edition February 2011 Stay Connected:  NEWS Now Available: Oracle Linux 6 Get the latest release of Oracle Linux 6, which includes Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel.Download Oracle Linux 6 Read More Customers Succeed by Using Oracle Exadata with Oracle Linux Watch IT executives from Bank of America, Linkshare, and Johns Hopkins as they talk about the business challenges they faced and why they chose to use Oracle Linux along with Oracle Exadata as the solution. Watch Now Video Interview: Oracle Senior Vice President Wim Coekaerts Watch Wim Coekaerts, senior vice president, Linux and Virtualization Engineering, as he talks about use cases for Oracle VM Templates as well as the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel for Linux.Watch Now Hot Off the Press: Migrate Your IBM AIX Environment to Oracle Linux This new white paper provides recommendations for planning and implementing the migration of applications from an IBM Power System running AIX to Oracle's Sun Fire X4800 Server with Intel Xeon 7560 Processor running Oracle Linux 5.5.Read More  Back to Top BLOGOSPHERE Just Launched: The Oracle Linux Blog Follow our new Oracle Linux blog  to hear the latest updates, product news, upcoming events, and all the latest happenings, directly from the Linux team at Oracle. Back to Top TECH DIVE NEW: Linux/Oracle Solaris CommandComparo Site from Oracle Technology NetworkThis site gives equivalent command syntax in Oracle Solaris 10 and Oracle Enterprise Linux 5 for common administrative tasks--focusing particularly on tasks that have tricky syntax or that you frequently need to double check. It acts as a quick reference for administrators who operate in these two OS environments. Free Download: Oracle Linux Release 5.6Did you know that by using Oracle Linux 5.5 or 5.6 along with the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, you can get all the benefits of Linux mainline kernel 2.6.32 and more, right now, without the need to reinstall or migrate to a new operating system such as RHEL6?Read Release NotesDownload Oracle Linux 5.6 LSB 4.0 Certification Completed for Oracle Linux 5.5Oracle Linux 5.5 with Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel successfully completed the LSB 4.0 certification.  Back to Top WEBCASTS Boost Your Linux Performance with Oracle's Enhancements in Infiniband and RDSRegister to hear Director of Kernel Engineering Chris Mason cover scalability and performance improvements in Linux environment. Get the Facts Oracle's Unbreakable Enterprise KernelSVP Wim Coekaerts and Senior Director Monica Kumar cover the facts about and benefits of using Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel.  View Other Webcasts on Demand   Back to Top EVENTS Collaborate 2011April 10-14 Orlando, Florida Cloud Summit Events, WorldwideVarious dates (check the city for date/time of event) Datacenter Efficiency Events WorldwideThese events include Linux and Oracle VM sessions.Various dates (check the city for date/time of event) Virtualization Events in North America Find an Oracle Event  Back to Top EDUCATION Get Oracle Linux Certified from Oracle University Oracle University offers courses in both Oracle Linux and the administration of Oracle Database on Linux.  Back to Top CUSTOMER SPOTLIGHT Pella Corporation Improves IT Performance and Efficiency with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM To improve IT performance and efficiency and lower operational costs, Pella Corporation, has standardized on Oracle VM and Oracle Linux. Read More Disney Store Deploys POS in 330 Stores and 7 Countries on Oracle Linux Disney Store is running 1,500 registers worldwide on a broad Oracle technology software stack including Oracle Database 11g, Oracle Fusion Middleware, and Oracle Linux. Read More Back to Top PARTNER SPOTLIGHT Emulex and Oracle Announce Data Integrity Features The Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel provides data integrity checking between Oracle Database applications and Emulex 8Gb/s LightPulse Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters. Read More Dell Inc. Dell Inc. tested and validated configurations support Oracle Linux. Back to Top STAY IN TOUCH Follow @ORCL_Linux on Twitter for the latest penguin tweets Bookmark Oracle.com/Linux Read the Oracle Linux blog Back to Top  Oracle Information InDepth newsletters bring targeted news, articles, customer stories, and special offers to business people who want to find out how to streamline enterprise information management, measure results, improve business processes, and communicate a single truth to their constituents. Please send questions or comments to [email protected] For answers to questions about subscribing, unsubscribing, and managing your Oracle e-mail communications preferences, please see the Oracle E-Mail Communications page. Copyright © 2011, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. This document is provided for information purposes only, and the contents hereof are subject to change without notice. This document is not warranted to be error-free, nor is it subject to any other warranties or conditions, whether expressed orally or implied in law, including implied warranties and conditions of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. We specifically disclaim any liability with respect to this document, and no contractual obligations are formed either directly or indirectly by this document. This document may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without our prior written permission. 

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  • Innovative SPARC: Lighting a Fire Under Oracle's New Hardware Business

    - by Paulo Folgado
    "There's a certain level of things you can do with commercially available parts," says Oracle Executive Vice President Mike Splain. But, he notes, you can do so much more if you design the parts yourself. Mike Splain,EVP, OracleYou can, for example, design cryptographic accelerators into your microprocessors so customers can run their networks fully encrypted if they choose.Of course, it helps if you've already built multiple processing "cores" into those chips so they can handle all that encrypting and decrypting while still getting their other work done.System on a ChipAs the leader of Oracle Microelectronics, Mike knows how implementing clever innovations in silicon can give systems a real competitive advantage.The SPARC microprocessors that his team designed at Sun pioneered the concept of multiple cores several years ago, and the UltraSPARC T2 processor--the industry's first "system on a chip"--packs up to eight cores per chip, each running as many as eight threads at once. That's the most cores and threads of any general-purpose processor. Looking back, Mike points out that the real value of large enterprise-class servers was their ability to run a lot of very large applications in parallel."The beauty of our CMT [chip multi-threading] machines is you can get that same kind of parallel-processing capability at a much lower cost and in a much smaller footprint," he says.The Whole StackWhat has Mike excited these days is that suddenly the opportunity to innovate is much bigger as part of Oracle."In my group, we used to look up the software stack and say, 'We can do any innovation we want, provided the only thing we have to change is what's in the Solaris operating system'--or maybe Java," he says. "If we wanted to change things beyond that, we'd have to go outside the walls of Sun and we'd have to convince the vendors: 'You have to align with us, you have to test with us, you have to build for us, and then you'll reap the benefits.' Now we get access to the entire stack. We can look all the way through the stack and say, 'Okay, what would make the database go faster? What would make the middleware go faster?'"Changing the WorldMike and his microelectronics team also like the fact that Oracle is not just any software company. We're #1 in database, middleware, business intelligence, and more."We're like all the other engineers from Sun; we believe we can change the world, if we can just figure out how to get people to pay attention to us," he says. "Now there's a mechanism at Oracle--much more so than we ever had at Sun."He notes, too, that every innovation in SPARC has involved some combination of hardware and softwareoptimization."Take our cryptography framework, for example. Sure, we can accelerate rapidly, but the Solaris OS has to provide the right set of interfaces that applications can tap into," Mike says. "Same thing with our multicore architecture. We have to have software that can utilize all those threads and run in parallel." His engineers, he points out, have never been interested in producing chips that sell as mere components."Our chips are always designed to go into systems and be combined with various pieces of software," he says. "Our job is to enable the creation of systems."

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  • Partner Induction Bootcamp - Technology Guided Learning Path

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Partner Induction Bootcamp - TechnologyGuided Learning Path Em suporte do nosso objectivo de promover a auto-suficiência dos nossos parceiros, temos o prazer de anunciar o lançamento do novo plano de formação: EMEA Partner Induction Bootcamp Technology. Este plano de formação (Guided Learning Path) cobre não só uma introdução ao "stack" tecnológico Oracle, mas também às Técnicas de Vendas e Processos de Negócio, visando aumentar a capacidade das equipas de Vendas dos Parceiros na identificação de oportunidades de negócio e consequentemente incrementar o seu negócio com a Oracle. Este Plano de Formação contempla 2 níveis: Nível 1 - Awareness: 17 sessões diferentes de eLearning pré-gravadas cobrindo todo o "stack" tecnológicoOracle. Estão organizadas em 3 grandes módulos: Base de Dados e Opções, Fusion Middleware e BI. No final de cada módulo, existe uma prova de avaliação. Nível 2 - Proficiency: Uma formação de 2 dias em sala de aula para melhorar e praticar as técnicas de gestão de oportunidades de negócio. Estas formações estão disponíveis apenas aos membros registados no OPN que trabalham com Tecnologia Oracle. Para mais informação sobre o the EMEA Partner Induction Bootcamp Technology, clique aqui.

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  • Oracle anuncia resultados de Q3 FY10

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Oracle Reports GAAP EPS of $0.23, Non-GAAP EPS of $0.38New Software Licenses Up 13%, Applications New Licenses Up 21%Oracle Corporation today announced fiscal 2010 Q3 GAAP total revenues were up 17% to $6.4 billion, while non-GAAP total revenues were up 18% to $6.5 billion. Excluding the impact of Sun Microsystems, Inc., which Oracle acquired on January 26, 2010, GAAP total revenue grew 7%. GAAP new software license revenues were up 13% to $1.7 billion, and up 10% to $1.7 billion excluding Sun. GAAP software license updates and product support revenues were up 13% to $3.3 billion, while non-GAAP software license updates and product support revenues were up 12% to $3.3 billion. GAAP operating income was down 5% to $1.8 billion, and GAAP operating margin was 29%. Non-GAAP operating income was up 13% to $2.9 billion, and non-GAAP operating margin was 45%. GAAP net income was down 10% to $1.2 billion, while non-GAAP net income was up 9% to $1.9 billion. GAAP earnings per share were $0.23, down 11% compared to last year while non-GAAP earnings per share were up 9% to $0.38. GAAP operating cash flow on a trailing twelve-month basis was $8.2 billion. "Our solid top line growth, coupled with disciplined expense management, was key in generating $8.0 billion of free cash flow over the last twelve months," said Oracle CFO Jeff Epstein."The Sun integration is going even better than we expected," said Oracle President, Safra Catz. "We believe that Sun will make a significant contribution to our fourth quarter earnings per share as well as meet the profitability goals we set for next year.""Exadata is the fastest growing product in Oracle's history," said Oracle President, Charles Phillips. "Introduced a little over a year ago, the Exadata pipeline is now approaching $400 million with Q4 bookings forecast at nearly $100 million. This strengthens both sales growth and profitability in our Sun server and storage businesses.""Every quarter we grab huge chunks of market share from SAP," said Oracle CEO, Larry Ellison. "SAP's most recent quarter was the best quarter of their year, only down 15%, while Oracle's application sales were up 21%. But SAP is well ahead of us in the number of CEOs for this year, announcing their third and fourth, while we only had one."In addition, Oracle's Board of Directors declared a cash dividend of $0.05 per share of outstanding common stock to be paid to stockholders of record as of the close of business on April 14, 2010, with a payment date of May 5, 2010. Future declarations of quarterly dividends and the establishment of future record and payment dates are subject to the final determination of Oracle's Board of Directors.Q3 Earnings Conference Call and WebcastOracle will hold a conference call and web broadcast today to discuss these results at 2:00 p.m. Pacific. You may listen to the call by dialing (800) 214-0694 or (719) 955-1425, Passcode: 567035. To access the live Web broadcast of this event, please visit the Oracle Investor Relations Web site at http://www.oracle.com/investor.

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  • Distrilogie muda de nome para Altimate

    - by Paulo Folgado
     O Grupo Distrilogie entra numa nova dimensão O Distribuidor de valor acrescentado em TI aposta numa mudança radical: muda de nome e de imagem, para passar a ser Altimate - Smart IT Distributor   Lisboa, 5 de Maio de 2010 - Para o grupo de reconhecido sucesso, o principal ponto forte está na mudança: a partir de hoje, a Distrilogie Portugal, Espanha, Bélgica, Luxemburgo, Holanda e França, bem como todas as suas aquisições, deixam o seu nome e formam o novo grupo Altimate. Na Península Ibérica, esta mudança afecta o grupo Distrilogie Iberia, formado pela Distrilogie Portugal, Distrilogie Espanha e Mambo Technology, o distribuidor especializado em segurança do grupo.   Altimate: uma marca com grandes ambições europeias Esta mudança assenta na vontade de reforçar um grupo de longo e frutífero trajecto, que conta com os melhores talentos e uma diversificada gama de soluções altamente complementares. "Continuar a crescer ao nosso ritmo (+27% este ano), em tempos como os de agora, passa por desenvolver todas as sinergias possíveis dentro do nosso grupo, e não só a nível nacional e regional, mas também pan-europeu. O nosso grupo goza, a nível internacional, de uma grande diversidade de soluções, que se complementam entre si. É uma riqueza que queremos aproveitar e desenvolver a nível de cada país, consolidando o nosso portfólio pan-europeu. Trata-se de um ponto fundamental para o crescimento futuro, agora que o mercado dos principais fabricantes tende à concentração", explica Alexis Brabant, Director-Geral da Altimate Iberia e membro do Comité Executivo Europeu do Grupo Altimate.   Por outro lado, a criação da Altimate assenta numa ambiciosa estratégia de expansão e consolidação por todo o continente. Entre outros objectivos fundamentais, a Altimate pretende estabelecer-se em 4 novos países da União Europeia nos próximos 2 anos. Assim o ilustra Patrice Arzillier, fundador da Distrilogie e PDG do grupo Altimate: "Graças ao apoio incondicional do nosso accionista DCC, o nosso grupo conheceu um desenvolvimento notável. Hoje, a criação da Altimate marca uma nova etapa de crescimento combinando solidez económica, ambição de expansão europeia e manutenção dos nossos valores fundadores."  Altimate: alta proximidade Tal como a Distrilogie, o novo grupo Altimate tem como missão o sucesso dos seus parceiros e fabricantes. Para a cumprir, continuará a potenciar a proximidade das suas equipas - altamente qualificadas e voltadas para a identificação das soluções mais inteligentes, inovadoras e adequadas.  Para mais informações acerca da Altimate, visite o novo site . http://www.altimate-group.com  

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  • Reminder: Benefícios da Virtualização para ISVs - 14/Dez/10, Porto

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Esta formação aborda as principais dificuldades com que os Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) se confrontam quando têm de escolher as plataformas sobre as quais irão certificar, instalar e suportar as suas aplicações, e como o Oracle VM (e o Oracle Enterprise Linux) os podem ajudar a ultrapassar essas dificuldades. O modelo de negócio clássico de um ISV - desenvolver uma solução aplicacional para resolver um determinado problema de negócio, analizar o mercado para determinar quais os sistemas operativos e o hardware que os clientes do seu mercado alvo usam, e decidir suportar as plataformas hardware e software que 80% dos seus clientes do seu mercado alvo usam (e tratar como excepções outras configurações que lhe sejam solicitadas por alguns clientes importantes) - funcionou bem no anos 80 e princípios dos anos 90, quando havia uma menor diversidade de plataformas. Contudo, com o aparecimentos nos últimos anos de múltiplas versões de sistemas operativos e de "sabores" Linux, este modelo começou a tornar-se um pesadelo. Cada cliente tem a sua plataforma de eleição e espera dos ISV que suportem essas suas opções, o que constitui um sorvedouro dos recursos e dos custos dos ISVs. As tecnologias de virtualização da Oracle, ao permitirem "simular" uma determinada configuração de hardware, fazendo com que o sistema operativo "pense" que está correr numa configuração de hardware pré-definida e normalizada, na qual correm as aplicações, constituem um veículo excelente para os ISVs que procuram uma solução simples, fácil de instalar e fácil de suportar para instalação das suas aplicações, permitindo obter grandes economias de custos em termos de desenvolvimento, teste e suporte dessas aplicações. Quem deve assistir? Esta formação dirige-se sobretudo a quem que tomar decisões sobre as plataformas tecnológicas que o ISV tem de suportar, assim como a quem lida com a estrutura de custos da suas operações, com uma visão dos custos associados ao desenvolvimento, certificação, instalação e suporte de múltiplas plataformas. Se quer saber mais sobre o Oracle VM e como ele pode ajudar a reduzir drasticamente os sues custos, não perca esta formação. AGENDA: 09:00 Welcome & Introduction  ISV Partner View... Why Use Virtualization?   The ISV Deployment Dilemma: The Problem of Supporting Multiple Platforms  How can Virtualization Help?  The use of Templates What is a Template?  How are Templates Created?  Customer's Point of View  Assembly Builder  Weblogic Virtual Edition Managing Oracle VM Best Practices for Virtualizing Oracle Database 11g  Managing Virtual Environments  Coffee Break   Oracle Complete and Integrated Virtualization Portfolio From Datacenter to Desktop  The Next Generation Virtualization  Private Cloud with Middleware Virtualization  Benefits of Using Oracle VM (and Oracle Enterprise Linux) Support Advantages  Production Ready Virtual Machines  Licensing Terms  Partner Resources and OPN Benefits  12:45 Q&A and Wrap-up  Data: 14 de Dezembro - 09h00 / 13h00Local: Oracle Portugal, Av. da Boavista, 1837- Edifício Burgo - Escritório 13.4, 4100-133 PORTO Audiência: Responsáveis de Desenvolvimento, de Tecnologia e Serviços dos parceiros ISV da Oracle Formação realizada pela Altimate

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  • Oracle buys Secerno

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Adds Heterogeneous Database Firewall to Oracle's Industry-leading Database Security SolutionsRedwood Shores, CA - May 20, 2010News FactsOracle has agreed to acquire Secerno, a provider of database firewall solutions for Oracle and non-Oracle databases.Organizations require a comprehensive security solution which includes database firewall functionality to prevent sophisticated attacks from reaching databases.Secerno's solution adds a critical defensive layer of security around databases, which blocks unauthorized activity in real-time.Secerno's products are expected to augment Oracle's industry-leading portfolio of database security solutions, including Oracle Advanced Security, Oracle Database Vault and Oracle Audit Vault to further ensure data privacy, protect against threats, and enable regulatory compliance.The combination of Oracle and Secerno underscores Oracle's commitment to provide customers with the most comprehensive and advanced security offering that helps reduce the costs and complexity of securing their information throughout the enterprise.The transaction is expected to close before end of June 2010. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.Supporting Quote:"The Secerno acquisition is in direct response to increasing customer challenges around mitigating database security risk," said Andrew Mendelsohn, senior vice president, Oracle Database Server Technologies. "Secerno's database firewall product acts as a first line of defense against external threats and unauthorized internal access with a protective perimeter around Oracle and non-Oracle databases. Together, Oracle's complete set of database security solutions and Secerno's technology will provide customers with the ability to safeguard their critical business information.""As a provider of database firewall solutions that help customers safeguard their enterprise databases, Secerno is a natural addition to Oracle's industry-leading database security solutions," said Steve Hurn, CEO Secerno. "Secerno has been providing enterprises and their IT Security departments strong assurance that their databases are protected from attacks and breaches. We are excited to bring Secerno's domain expertise to Oracle, and ensure continuity and success for our current customers, partners and prospects."Support Resources:About Oracle and SecernoGeneral PresentationFAQCustomer LetterPartner Letter

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  • JavaOne Call for Papers

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Hot off the presses!Yes, there will be a JavaOne Conference in 2010. JavaOne will be located with Oracle Develop during Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco. Unlike in recent years, JavaOne will focus solely on Java Technology and its associated ecosystem and will also include a Sun partner showcase. All Java users and partners are invited to submit papers. The JavaOne Call for Papers is now open.Please click here to learn more.

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  • EMEA OPN Partner Specialization Awards

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Announcing the EMEA OPN Partner Specialization AwardsPartner recognition is a fundamental part of OPN Specialized, and we are delighted to announce a new award program for partners in EMEA, the EMEA OPN Partner Specialization Awards. With these awards we will recognize the partners who have specialized their business with Oracle and who are delivering real customer value. Partners who have achieved one or more Specializations in OPN are eligible to submit nominations to become a Partner of the Year for 2010. Our winners will gain valuable prestige and recognition, and will be awarded in a ceremony at Oracle OpenWorld on 19 September 2010. Seven award categories are available: Technology Partner of the Year Applications Partner of the Year ISV Partner of the Year Midsize Partner of the Year Industry Partner of the Year Value Added Distributor of the Year Accelerate Partner of the Year We encourage you to submit your nominations today! Nominations are open from March 1 to June 11, 2010 For more information on the award categories and criteria, please visit the awards page on the OPN Portal here. 

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  • Top Partners 2010 Specialization Awards

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Portugal Top Partners 2010 Specialization Awards Be Recognized Caro Parceiro, Vão ter lugar mais uma vez os prémios Top Partners, que anualmente visam reconhecer as realizações dos parceiros Oracle em termos de negócio. Este ano, sob o signo de Partner Specialization Awards, pretendemos, a par com os resultados de negócio, premiar igualmente o esforço dos nossos parceiros em termos de especialização e de desenvolvimento da sua auto-suficiência. Outras das inovações deste ano é o processo ser baseado numa entrega de candidaturas dos parceiros, e de estas serem avaliadas, com base em critérios definidos, por um júri incluindo entidades externas. Categorias dos Prémios: ·       Database Partner of the Year ·       Middleware Partner of the Year ·       Applications Partner of the Year ·       ISV Partner of the Year ·       Midsize Partner of the Year ·       Industry Partner of the Year ·       Accelerate Partner of the Year   Um dos objectivos dos Top Partners 2010 Specialization Awards é destacar e incentivar a cooperação entre a Oracle e os seus parceiros. Por esta razão, para além dos vários critérios específicos, os parceiros têm de cumprir um conjunto de critérios gerais: ·       Cooperação com a Oracle ·       Investimento no desenvolvimento dos conhecimentos em Oracle ·       Aproximação conjunta ao mercado ·       Utilização activa dos recursos e ferramentas do Oracle PartnerNetwork através do Portal OPN   Os Top Partners 2010 Specialization Awards estão abertos a todos os parceiros em Portugal que estejam registados no OPN Specialized em uma ou mais especializações. As candidaturas podem ser enviadas até 31 de Maio de 2010. Be recognized! Para mais informação clique aqui

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  • Atenção: Oracle Embedded - 14/Abr/10 (é já esta semana!)

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Atenção, é já esta semana, na próxima 4ª feira dia 14/Abr, que terá lugar o evento dedicado a soluções para sistemas Embedded. A Oracle oferece hoje a gama mais completa do mercado em tecnologias embedded, tanto para ISVs como para fabricantes de dispositivos e equipamentos, proporcionando-lhe a escolha dos produtos de base de dados e middleware embeddable que melhor se ajustem aos seus requisitos técnicos.Segundo a IDC, a Oracle é hoje o líder mundial no mercado das bases de dados embedded com uma quota de mercado de 28,2% em 2008, estando a crescer a um ritmo muito superior ao seu concorrente mais próximo e à media do mercado.Clique aqui para saber mais sobre este evento.

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  • ODF (Open Document Format) para ISVs - 16/Dez/10

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Os ISVs (Independent Software Vendors) sentem frequentemente necessidade de incluir nas suas aplicações uma funcionalidade de exportação de informação - uma carta, uma tabela com dados financeiros, um gráfico, etc - para que possa ser trabalhada externamente com ferramentas ditas de Produtividade num 'desktop' (também designadas por 'Suites de Office'). Nessas situações são confrontados com a necessidade de elegerem que formato deve ser usado para essa exportação de dados, sendo a escolha mais usual a utilização dos formatos do Microsoft Office. Contudo, se fôr essa a sua única opção, estarão a auto excluir-se de um mercado em crescimento constituído pelos clientes que utilizam outras ferramentas de produtividade, nomeadamente as que são baseadas no standard ISO Open Document Format (ODF), como é o caso do Open Office. Este seminário tem por objectivo dar aos parceiros ISVs da Oracle: Uma visão sobre o mercado actual de 'suites' de Office e dos standards usados pelos principais fornecedores de soluções A estratégia da Oracle para o Open Office Razões para deverem suportar a norma ODF Como suportar ODF nas suas aplicações Agenda O mercado actual das Suites Office Os standards actuais "de facto" e oficiais - MS-Office, OOXML e ODF Que produtos usam o ODF hoje Estratégia Oracle para o Open Office Porquê suportar ODF nas aplicações Como adaptar as aplicações actuais à utilização de ODF Local: Oracle - Lagoas ParkData: 16 de DezembroDuração: 1/2 diaHorário: 9:30 - 12:00 Inscrições: Email, ou pelo telefone 211929708 Para mais informações, por favor contacte Claudia Costa via Email ou telefone 214235027.

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  • VADs (Value Added Distributors) Oracle em Portugal

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Com a recente incorporação da Sun na Oracle, e o consequente acolhimento no seu canal de revenda dos distribuidores de Hardware (designados até então pela Sun por CDP - Channel Development Provider), a Oracle aproveitou para fazer, a nível global, uma reformulação do seu canal de distribuição.Essa reformulação pretendeu alcançar vários objectivos: Uniformizar as condições comerciais e de processos entre os CDPs Sun agora incorporados e os VAD Oracle já existentes Reduzir o número total de VADs a nível global Dar preferência a VADs com operações internacionais, em detrimento das operações puramente locais num só país Conceder a cada um dos VADs seleccionados a distribuição de todas as linhas de produtos Oracle, incluindo Software e Hardware.Assim, em resultado dessa reformulação, temos o prazer de anunciar que a Oracle Portugal passa a operar com os dois seguintes VADs: Cada um destes VADs passa a distribuir indistintamente, como acima foi referido, as linhas de produtos Software e Hardware. Para mais detalhes sobre as 2 empresas e os respectivos contactos, favor consultar em: http://blogs.oracle.com/opnportugal/vad/vad.html. Estamos certos que esta reformulação virá contribuir para uma ainda maior dinamização do ecosistema de parceiros da Oracle Portugal.

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  • Oracle + Sun Product Strategy Webcast Series

    - by Paulo Folgado
    The Oracle + Sun Product Strategy Webcast series is composed of informative, on-demand sessions that offer strategies for Sun's major product lines related to the company combination, explain how Oracle will deliver more innovation to our customers, and outline our approach to protecting customers' investments. Ranging from 5 to 27 minutes each, the Webcasts cover the strategies for hardware, systems, software, solutions, and partners.In addition, Judson Althoff, SVP, Worldwide Alliances and Channels, Oracle, followed up the Webcast series with a video FAQ to help answer the following top partner questions about the Oracle + Sun combination and the OPN Specialized program: What is the impact the overall combined company will have on the partners?What are Oracle's plans for selling direct and what is the impact to partners?How will Sun partners integrate into OPN Specialized?As a Sun partner, am I automatically migrated into OPN Specialized?Will Oracle continue to partner with other hardware vendors?How will Oracle map existing Sun investments and certifications into OPN Specialized?As a Sun partner new to Oracle, where should I be placing my focus?What can partners expect to see relative to Exadata V2?How do content delivery platforms (CDPs) fit into the Oracle framework?How do existing Sun Partners place orders?

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  • Oracle(R) Buys Pre-Paid Software Assets From eServGlobal

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Oracle to Deliver Scalable Carrier-Grade Pre-Paid Solution Based on Open, Flexible IT-Based Platform News Facts ·        Oracle has agreed to acquire certain pre-paid assets of eServGlobal, a provider of advanced IT-based, pre-paid charging solutions for the communications industry. ·        eServGlobal's Universal Service Platform (USP) includes a pre-paid charging application, a network-services platform and a messaging gateway. The ChargingMax, NumberMax, uVOMS, MessageMax, PromoMax Express and Social Relationship Management software currently supports more than 25 tier-one customers including the world's largest IT-based installation of pre-paid services. ·        The combination of Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management and the USP applications is expected to accelerate the shift from network- to IT-based pre-paid systems by providing the first convergent, open IT-based platform from a leading business software and hardware systems company. ·        Customers are expected to benefit from traditional carrier-grade, pre-paid service authorization with IT-grade flexibility that supports any service or network, is easier to deploy and maintain and delivers an overall lower total cost of ownership. ·        The transaction is expected to close in the second half of this year. Supporting Quote ·        "The majority of mobile phone users worldwide use pre-paid plans, and that number is growing exponentially. Oracle Communications applications combined with the pre-paid software assets from eServGlobal will provide our customers with highly available and scalable carrier-grade, pre-paid software on an open, convergent platform. This will enable our customers to deliver traditional pre-paid voice services and easily introduce hybrid pre-paid and post-paid plans with targeted pricing, promotions and service bundles that include voice, data and network services," said Liam Maxwell, vice president of products, Oracle Communications. Supporting Resources About Oracle and eServGlobal USP General Presentation FAQ

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  • Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.0 Now Available

    - by Paulo Folgado
    Delivering on Oracle's commitment to open source, Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.0 is now available, further enhancing the popular, open source, cross-platform virtualization software.   "Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.0 is the third major product release in just over a year, and adds to the many new product releases across the Oracle Virtualization product line, illustrating the investment and importance that Oracle places on providing a comprehensive desktop to datacenter virtualization solution," says Wim Coekaerts, senior vice president, Linux and Virtualization Engineering, Oracle. "With an improved user interface and added virtual hardware support, customers will find Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.0 provides a richer user experience." Part of Oracle's comprehensive portfolio of virtualization solutions, Oracle VM VirtualBox enables desktop or laptop computers to run multiple guest operating systems simultaneously, allowing users to get the most flexibility and utilization out of their PCs, and supports a variety of host operating systems, including Windows, Mac OS X, most popular flavors of Linux (including Oracle Linux), and Oracle Solaris. Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.0 delivers increased capacity and throughput to handle greater workloads, enhanced virtual appliance capabilities, and significant usability improvements. Support for the latest in virtual hardware, including chipsets supporting PCI Express, further extends the value delivered to customers, partners, and developers. Highlights of Oracle VM VirtualBox 4.0 include New Open Architecture - Oracle and community developers can now create extensions that customize Oracle VM VirtualBox and add features not previously available.Enhanced Usability - A new scalable display mode enables users to view more virtual displays on their existing monitors. Improvements to VM management, including visual VM previews, an optional attributes display, and easy launch shortcut creation enables administrators and power users to customize the interface to make it as simple or as comprehensive as required.Increased Capacity and Throughput - A new asynchronous I/O model for networked (iSCSI) and local storage delivers significant storage related performance improvements, while new optimizations allow larger datacenter-class workloads, such as Oracle's middeware, to be run on 32-bit Windows hosts for testing and demo purposes. Powerful Virtual Appliance Sharing Capabilities - Enhanced support for standards-compliant OVF appliances and added support for OVA format descriptors. All information about a VM may be stored in a single folder to facilitate easier direct sharing among VMs. Support for Latest Virtual Hardware - A new, modern virtual chipset supporting PCI Express and other hardware enhancements including high-definition audio devices helps ensure support for the most demanding virtual workloads.

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  • Opportunities for Partners with Oracle in the Public Sector - Live Webcast, January 18th

    - by Paulo Folgado
    LIVE WEBCAST - OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARTNERS WITH ORACLE IN THE PUBLIC SECTORTUESDAY, JANUARY 18th, 2011Learn about Oracle's industry strategy for the Public Sector and resources available to partners.  Each webcast will include information and answers to questions from Oracle's public sector leadership for that region.AGENDA·         Oracle's Public Sector Industry Strategy·         Oracle Partner Network (OPN) Overview·         Public Sector Knowledge Zone·         Specialization·         Oracle Validated Integration·         Solution Catalog·         How to engage with Oracle·         Questions and AnswersWEBCAST SCHEDULE AND LOGISTICSPlease attend the webcast for your region on Tuesday, January 18th: Region Time Web Conference Details*Please join both the Web and Audio conferences Audio Details Asia / Pacific 10:00 AM Signapore 1:00 PM Sydney 2:00 AM GMT  https://enablement20.webex.com/Session Number: 592 054 744Password: Oracle123 International Toll Free Dial-inConference Code: 2739403Security Pass code: 12345 EuropeMiddle EastAfrica  1:00 PM GMT/London https://enablement20.webex.com/Session Number: 596 548 609Password: Oracle123 International Toll Free Dial-inConference Code: 2739403Security Pass code: 12345 Americas  1:00 PM Eastern10:00 AM Pacific 6:00 PM GMT https://enablement20.webex.com/Session Number: 597 728 102Password: Oracle123 International Toll Free Dial-inConference Code: 2739403Security Pass code: 12345 VISIT THE PUBLIC SECTOR KNOWLEDGE ZONEClick Here to access the Knowledge Zone.  Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Contact Us | Legal Notices and Terms of Use | Privacy Statement      

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