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If you follow Blogs and Tweets from the Oracle community you won’t have missed hearing about the recent release of the first patch-set for Oracle 12c. With this release there are some significant pieces of new functionality that will be of interest to Data Warehouse DBAs and architects. The headline feature that most Oracle followers will know of is the new in-memory option.
I am proud to announce that I will be giving two presentation at Oracle Open World this year in San Francisco. So some shameless self-plug on my blog to put them both under a little extra attention.The first one will be on the ODTUG's and ADF EMG ADF Sunday, together with Wilfred. We will explain and demonstrate our new open source project/product the ADF EMG XML DataControl.
You might hear the term geo something from time to time. Geospatial is the full word, which means data associated with a particular location. A location in the world can be identified by a latitude and longitude number.
The In-Memory Option for Oracle Database 12c became available a few weeks ago with the 188.8.131.52 database patchset, adding column-store and in-memory capabilities to the Oracle Database.
I absolutely love it when we're able to generate income for people who share their knowledge through our platform. Take my technical training videos (on Oracle Application Express) for example. It's so cool that I can produce a set of videos, upload it into our platform and sell the material to people around the world - and I get to maintain my brand (I'm not lost in a marketplace) on my own website. Anyone can be making money in no time. We see it happening EVERY day!
We’ve just released a video showing the new BITeamwork 2.8.5 integration with Oracle BI’s iPad application. Take a look at how seamless the integration within the iPad app is for adding comments to any dashboard page and how it seamlessly integrates with the core Oracle BI system – mobile style. That’s right, a comment created […]
Another OTN Tour Latin America has come and gone. This is the most important technical event in the region visiting 12 countries and with more than 2500 attendees in two weeks.
This year Rittman Mead was part of the OTN Tour in Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Montevideo (Uruguay) presenting about ODI and OGG.