ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for 10-17-2012
By OTN ArchBeat on Oct 17, 2012
- This is your brain on IT architecture. Oracle Technology Network Architect Day in Los Angeles, Oct 2
Stuff your cranium with architecture by attending Oracle Technology Network Architect Day in Los Angeles, October 25, 2012, at the Sofitel Los Angeles, 8555 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048. Technical sessions, panel Q&A, and peer roundtables—plus a free lunch. Register now.
- Panel: On the Impact of Software | InfoQ
Les Hatton (Oakwood Computing Associates), Clive King (Oracle), Paul Good (Shell), Mike Andrews (Microsoft) and Michiel van Genuchten (moderator) discuss the impact of software engineering on our lives in this panel discussion recorded at the Computer Society Software Experts Summit 2012.
- OTN APAC Tour 2012: Bangkok, Thailand - Oct 22, 2012
Mike Dietrich shares information on the upcoming OTN APAC Tour stop in Bangkok. Registration is open.
- Consolidating Oracle E-Business Suite R12 on Oracle's SPARC SuperCluster | Giri Mandalika
Giri Mandalika shares an overview of a new Optimized Solution for Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) R12 12.1.3.. As Giri explains, "This solution was centered around the engineered system, SPARC SuperCluster T4-4."
- The Oldest Big Data Problem: Parsing Human Language | The Data Warehouse Insider
Dan McClary offers up a new whitepaper "which details the use of Digital Reasoning Systems' Synthesys software on Oracle Big Data Appliance."
- Mobile Apps for EBS | Capgemini Oracle Blog
Capgemini solution architect Satish Iyer breifly describes how Oracle ADF and Oracle SOA Suite can be used to fill the gap in mobile applications for Oracle EBS.
- Ease the Chaos with Automated Patching: Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c | Porus Homi Havewala
This new OTN article is excerpted from Porus Homi Havewala's latest book, Oracle Enteprise Manager Cloud Control 12c: Managing Data Center Chaos (2012, Packt Publishing).
Thought for the Day
"Never make a technical decision based upon the politics of the situation, and never make a political decision based upon technical issues."