NoSQL is obviously a hot topic in the enterprise these days, at least at the water cooler if not in the production data center. The momentum is such that despite being seen as a stalwart of relational databases, Oracle too has entered the NoSQL ecosystem with Oracle NoSQL. Naturally, the question of how to use NoSQL databases in Java EE applications (specifically existing Java EE 5 and Java EE 6 applications) comes up all too often.
Originally Published on Oracle WebCenter Blog
Author: Christie Flanagan, Principal Product Director, Oracle
As we come to the end of Oracle OpenWorld 2013, I thought I’d reflect on some of my favorite aspects of this truly dynamic event:
Oracle WebCenter Customer Appreciation Reception
At the Oracle Open World 2013, I was really pleased to see many Oracle customers sharing their story of accelerating their journey to Self-Service IT or private cloud leveraging the technology solutions from Oracle and partners.
Date: October 22, 2013 at 7am UK, 8am CET, 11.30am India, 3.00pm Japan, 5pm AEST, 12am MT
This 1.5-hour session is recommended for technical and functional Users who are interested in getting a generic overview of BI Publisher / XML Publisher in the E-Business Suite.
Oracle Database 12c Multitenant Applications
Multitenant Self-Service Provisioning - BETA
(in via Greg)
Greg has passed me the list of the October patch set updates for the EPM system.
The list reads:
In the new year, Oracle’s Programs and Enrollment solution will be moved to the Oracle Partner Store. One simplified interface will automate Resell Rights, Distribution Rights, Program Enrollment & Renewal, Specialization and more. Watch this 3 minute video for more details.
Many enterprises must contend with fragmented systems and processes. Rapid
growth through mergers and acquisitions has increased the number of
organizations with disparate systems and business units. Fragmented systems and
processes not only obstruct decision-making and compliance; they also drain
resources in terms of cost, human capital, and time.
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Analyst Insight, by Aberdeen Group. Based on responses from over 185 leading
executives, this report: