ArchBeat Link-o-Rama for November 15, 2012
By Bob Rhubart-Oracle on Nov 15, 2012
- WLST Starting and Stopping a WebLogic Environment | Rene van Wijk
Oracle ACE Rene van Wijk explores how to start a server with as little input as possible.
- Developing and Enforcing a BYOD Policy | Darin Pendergraft
Darin Pendergraft's post includes links to a recent Mobile Access Policy Survey by SANS as well as registration information for a Nov 15 webcast featuring security expert Tony DeLaGrange from Secure Ideas, SANS instructor, attorney and technology law expert Ben Wright, and Oracle IDM product manager Lee Howarth.
- Cloud Integration White Paper Now Available |Bruce Tierney
Bruce Tierney shares an overview of Cloud Integration - A Comprehensive Solution, a new white paper he co-authored with David Baum, Rajesh Raheja, Bruce Tierney, and Vijay Pawar.
- My iPad & This Cloud Thing | Floyd Teter
Oracle ACE Director Floyd Teter explains why the Cloud is making it possible for him to use his iPad for tasks previously relegated to his laptop, and why this same scenario is likely to play out for a great many people.
- 3 steps to a cloud database strategy that works | InfoWorld
"Every day, cloud-based databases add more features, decrease in cost, and become better at handling prime-time business," says InfoWorld blogger David Linthicum. "However, enterprise IT is reluctant to move data to public clouds, citing the tried-and-true excuses of security, privacy, and compliance. Although some have valid points, their reasons often boil down to 'I don't wanna.'"
- Oracle VM Templates for EBS 12.1.3 for Exalogic Now Available | Elke Phelps
"The templates contain all the required elements to create an Oracle E-Business Suite R12 demonstration system on an Exalogic server," says Elke Phelps. "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)."
Thought for the Day
"A good plan executed today always beats a perfect plan executed tomorrow."
— George S. Patton
(November 11, 1885 - December 21, 1945)