Siba Prasad share an analysis of the pros and cons.
Featuring Oracle's Monica Kumar, Sr.Director of Linux, Oracle VM and MySQL and Avi Miller, Principal Sales Consultant, Linux and Virtualization.
Maneesh Joshi and Bruce Tierney guide you to a solid understanding of the differences between the Oracle and IBM approach to comprehensive SOA.
"Talent has become a primary competitive advantage for most organizations. Contingent labor offers talent on flexible terms; it offers the ability to scale up operations, close skill gaps, and manage risk in the process of delivering services." - Mark Rosenberg
"The Wisdom of the Crowds survey combines social media, crowd sourcing, and good old fashioned market research to provide vendors and customers alike an unvarnished and insightful snap shot of what's top of mind with business intelligence professionals."
Martin Bach hunts down the problem that caused one of his blades to reboot after an EXT3 journal error.
Kelley Ruppel with information on "how the new release of Oracle WebCenter provides unprecedented Social Networking and Collaboration."
"The goal is simple," says Oracle ACE Director Bex Huff. "Because it's all online, the conference is very cheap. Pricing is not yet announced... but it should be around $300. Also, unlike other conferences, every speaker gets paid a small fee depending on the popularity of his or her session."
GW's Ian Heathcock shares a link to "a most interesting article on Oracle's recent release discussing the new features and how PS3 adds value to the whole SOA message."
Should you take application architecture advice from a man named Buttso? In this case, yes.