Friday Mar 20, 2015

Exploring data streams with Oracle Stream Explorer - part 1

Webcast: Fast Data-Turning High-Velocity Data into ValueOracle recently released Oracle Stream Explorer, an add-on for Oracle Complex Event Processing which simplifies rapid creation of event-driven applications for any type of Real Time business solution, enabling the Enterprise to now really immerse itself in next generation real time applications, with times to market of minutes rather than days or weeks.

In this blog I'll describe how it can be used to analyse twitter data on the fly.

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Thursday Mar 19, 2015

Error Solving: Oracle WebLogic Server does not start after domain creation

During my last WebLogic workshop, one of the participants encountered with the issue that after installation of WebLogic binaries and creation of the simplest domain configuration (only with Admin Server) from scratch, during the attempt of the first launch of AdminServer it does not start after domain creation and it throws the following error exception: «A failure occurred attempting to load LDIF for provider…».

 See bellow the log:

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Friday Mar 13, 2015

ORACLE Applications Cloud Release 9 update

The roll-out of Oracle Applications Cloud Release 9 is progressing well. Many of the SaaS customers have already upgraded to R9. To support and accompany this new software release we have created and posted a new set of material which describes all the new capabilities and products.  

We call this Release Readiness Content --- Spotlights, What's New, RCDs, TOI Training.

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Monday Mar 09, 2015

Partner Webcast – Oracle Private Cloud: Database as a Service (DBaaS) using Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

IDG Research Report

Large enterprises today have hundreds and thousands of databases of various versions, configurations and patch levels. Another challenge is around time to provision new databases. When an end user, be it a developer or a QA engineer, needs a database he or she typically has to go through an approval process, which then translates into a series of tasks for the DBA, the sysadmin and storage admin. This is a cumbersome and time-consuming process and may span days.

Oracle Cloud Platform delivers Private Cloud Database as a Service (DBaaS) through Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c providing organizations an opportunity to standardize and optimize on a platform that eliminates the need to deploy, manage and support dedicated database hardware and software for each project’s multiple development, testing, production, and failover environments.

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Thursday Mar 05, 2015

Oracle Information Security Partner Community Forum - March 26-27, 2015

Oracle Information Security
Partner Community

Forum

March 26-27, 2015

Nowadays, security is one of the hottest trends in the IT industry, drawing a lot of attention from the Software Community. Oracle has a wide portfolio of security solutions that range from Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions that help enterprises to secure their key content and prevent loss of information to the most secure Database Options that allow you to protect your most critical assets.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity and join us in Paris to find out more about Oracle's most advanced security solutions and the latest cloud based services.

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Monday Mar 02, 2015

Webcast - Oracle Database 12c High Availability New Features

High Availability OverviewOrganizations today are dependent on IT to run efficient operations, quickly analyze information and compete more effectively. Consequently, it is essential that their IT infrastructure and databases in particular, are continuously available; otherwise the cost of downtime will be measured in lost revenues, lost productivity and loss of customers and reputation.

Designed for the cloud, Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Multitenant enables customers to make more efficient use of their IT resources while continuing to improve their users’ service levels and reduce IT costs. Focused on this, Oracle Database 12c goes beyond the limitations of basic high availability architectures using redundant resources which can prove costly and fall short of availability service level expectations due to technological limitations, and complex integration, and inability to offer availability through planned maintenance.

Oracle Database 12c optimized High Availability technologies, as part of the Maximum Availability Architecture, offer an integrated product set and best practice blueprints to address the common causes on unforeseen and planned downtime that can be deployed at minimal cost.
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