Social Networking.. Everybody is actually "connected": professional network, private social network... There is so many solutions around as of today. Which one should I use? What are the differences? Regarding the use of a social work, we have already seen YAMMER, what about BEEZY?
The U.S. Supreme Court made a big non-decision this week that impacts the API economy. The case isn't an easy one to unravel - here's why we should care
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Exadata provides a lot of useful metrics to monitor the Cells and you may want to retrieve historical values for some metrics. To do so, you can use the “LIST METRICHISTORY” command through CellCLI on the cell.
But as usual, visualising the metrics is even more better. For this purpose, you can use a perl script (see the download link in the remarks section) that extracts the historical metrics in CSV format so that you can graph them with the visualisation tool of your choice.
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I had convinced myself the Apple Watch was an overpriced fitness band and that it wasn’t for me and was set to get a Garmin to track my running instead. Then out of the blue I was given an Apple Watch. So you can certainly put me down as a cynic, but I certainly like to think I am open minded, so here are my thoughts after a week with the watch.
Oracle iSetup tool is a convenient solution to manage setups and parameters, moving setup configurations between instances as required by the business. This saves the time of rebuilding similar setups on different instances for various E-Business Suite modules ( Oracle Applications Library, General Ledger, HRMS, Payroll, Workflow and more).
Recently I ran out of space on one of my Windows virtual machines. I needed to increase the size of the disk to allow me to install some new software. When creating the VM I had created the disks as VMDK. Yes I know now that is not the best format to use :-( VMDK disks/files do not allow you to dynamically change their size :-( So what can you do? Is it possible in any way? If so how? Well this is what I did (after a bit of research using the google and StackOverFlow.