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March/April 2011       

Features

Plug Into the Cloud

Businesses choose Oracle cloud services based on a complete and integrated stack of Oracle applications and platform software.

Features

Billions Served

Organizations count on Java ME in devices that save lives and connect people.

Up Front

The What, Why, and When of Oracle Exadata

Juan Loaiza, senior vice president of systems technology at Oracle, provides an inside look at the latest Oracle Exadata machines.

Features

IT Innovation

Plug Into the Cloud

Businesses choose Oracle cloud services based on a complete and integrated stack of Oracle applications and platform software.

IT Innovation

Billions Served

Organizations count on Java ME in devices that save lives and connect people.

Technology

Database Developer

Building with Blocks

Part 1 in a series of articles on understanding and using PL/SQL

Database, SQL and PL/SQL

Preprocess External Tables

Use inline preprocessing on external tables to simplify extract, transform, and load operations.

Database Developer

On Tuning, Planning, and Contexts

Our technologist tunes data models, plans for partitions, and puts SQL in context.

Application Developer

Take the Next Step

Use Action Framework to start business processes from report information.

Community

Architect

On the Software Architect Trail

There are different ways to get to software architect rewards.

Up Close

Connecting in Asia

A user group leader spreads his passion for Oracle's JD Edwards software.

Peer to Peer

It’s Who You Know

Teaching, partnering, and connecting online--plus, a different kind of icebreaker

Up Front

From the Editor

Unified We Store

Start with a unified storage plan-- and don't forget the tape.

Interview

The What, Why, and When of Oracle Exadata

Juan Loaiza, senior vice president of systems technology at Oracle, provides an inside look at the latest Oracle Exadata machines.

Comment

In the Field

Everything Is Coming Up ACEs!

Oracle ACE program sponsors independent thinkers and benefits from independent leaders.

In the Field

And the Survey Says

An IOUG survey shows strong interest in private cloud computing.

Analyst's Corner

Local Access, Central Control

Today's identity management systems must secure an increasingly diverse user base.

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