I had been procrastinating making the family holiday card. It was a combination of having a lot on my plate and dreading the formulation of our annual note recapping the year; there were some great moments, but I’m glad I don’t have to do 2016 again. It was just before midnight and either I’d make the card that night or leave an empty space on our friends’ refrigerators. Adobe Illustrator had other ideas:
Located in the Netherlands, Impulse Info Systems specializes in providing IT solutions for healthcare companies who treat patients with mental disabilities and substance abuse issues, through a custom application called USER.
An Oracle partner for 22 years, Impulse Info Systems uses Oracle Database Appliance as a cloud-to-customer solution, which means Impulse remotely manages and maintains Oracle Database Appliance, allowing their customers to focus on their daily business.
I’m pleased to announce the release of the Xen Project Hypervisor 4.8. As always, we focused on improving code quality, security hardening as well as enabling new features. One area of interest and particular focus is new feature support for ARM servers. Over the last few months, we’ve seen a surge of patches from various ARM vendors that have collaborated on a wide range of updates from new drivers to architecture to security.
Mercer is a global consulting leader in talent, health, retirement, and investments. They employ more than 21,000 people that strive to enhance the health, wealth, and careers of a 110 million people worldwide.
An Oracle customer for many years, Mercer uses Oracle Database Appliance for its EasyEnroll health and benefit administration software product, which is used by 7.6 million people across the globe.
We asked Lead Database Administrator Kari Jacobs why Mercer chose Oracle Database Appliance.
Today the Xen Project announced eight security advisories: XSA-191 to XSA-198. The bulk of these security advisories were discovered and fixed during the hardening phase of the Xen Project Hypervisor 4.8 release (expected to come out in early December). The Xen Project has implemented a security-first approach when publishing new releases.
I currently think about creating a very basic shipper for log files, but wonder if it really makes sense. I am especially concerned if good tools already exists. Being lazy, I thought I ask for some wisdom from those in the know before investing more time to search solutions and weigh their quality.
I've more than once read that logstash is far too heavy for a simple shipper, and I've also heard that rsyslog is also sometimes a bit heavy (albeit much lighter) for the purpose. I think with reasonable effort we could create a tool that
IT spend on innovation requires faster application development to keep up with business growth. Familiar approaches just don’t work. This is because companies are discovering that critical business applications are not just database or infrastructure, they’re really a combination storage, databases, and application servers.