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Download the presentation here: http://bit.ly/17g1wPM
Get an overview of Oracle B2B and see how British Telecom has implemented an Active-Active architecture across multiple data centers for extreme SLA and up-time requirements.
I took a look at Git support in NetBeans IDE yesterday and today. I like the repository browser a lot:
Nice. Also cool are the many new features and enhancements in the upcoming NetBeans IDE 7.4, such as the reorganized menu structure...
...and the new rebase support:
Join us for the inaugural Apache Sentry meetup at Oracle's offices in
NYC, on the evening of the last day of Strata + Hadoop World 2013 in
(@ Oracle Offices, 120 Park Ave, 26th Floor -- Note: Bring your ID and check in with security in the lobby!)
We'll kick-off the meetup with the following presentation:
Here's what to know:
Oracle Application Express (aka: APEX) release 4.2 is installed by default in Oracle Database 12c. When you install Oracle Database 12c Multitenant Architecture, APEX is installed into the multitenant container database by default.
An interesting bit of trivia to impress your friends:
A single multitenant container database can have up to 252 pluggable databases (PDBs).
A cool feature of APEX 4.2:
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