As hospital personnel continue to access patient records through mobile devices, health care organizations are taking new approaches to database security.
Here’s the second edition of Longreads’ Best of WordPress! We’ve combed through the internet to put together a reading list of some of the best storytelling being published on WordPress. (You can find Vol. 1 here.)
As a reminder: If you read or publish a story on WordPress that’s over 1,500 words, share it with us: just tag it #longreads on Twitter, or use the longreads tag on WordPress.com.
Set in the beautiful, temperate city of Seattle, #KSCOPE14 (June 22-26) promised and delivered: we enjoyed a rich feast of technical sessions for the manager and the hands’ on crowd, had our heads turned with a thought-provoking keynote speech, and, no joke, scarfed down some of the best conference food I’ve ever had. And, as […]
Recently I’ve noticed the occasional thread in Oracle newsgroups and lists asking about hugepages support in Linux, including ‘best practices’ for hugepages configuration. This information is out on that ‘world-wide web’ in various places; I’d rather put a lot of that information in this post to provide an easier way to get to it. I’ll cover what hugepages are, what they do, what they can’t do and how best to allocate them for your particular installation. Let’s get started.
Oracle 220.127.116.11 Database Patch 17694377 for Linux, Solaris SPARC and x86 has been released on Metalink and edelivery. This software is a complete set and does not require a previous install. A number of key features in this release include the much talked about “Oracle Database In-Memory” database option. This feature will increase the DSS […]