"Given that memory and storage are always increasing in the realm of enterprise computing, software needs to keep up with the pace," says Oracle's David Chappell. "We need to architect from the beginning using the proper approach toward achieving linear scalability with predictable latency."
Burton's Anne Thomas Maines references pretty much everyone who ever said anything about SOA in this genuinely interesting post. Her conclusion? SOA ROI remains as elusive as Bigfoot, but there's something out there...
Oracle ACE Director Mark Rittman shares his thoughts on Singapore and on his recent work with Oracle BI EE and Essbase integration, "particularly around architecture, high availability and creating mixed relational/Essbase logical models."
Your IDE must change with the times, according to Oracle ACE Director Chris Muir, "moving beyond the simple compiler and debugger to solve the challenges that contemporary developers face. Oracle JDeveloper is such an IDE."