Tableau Software is a self-service BI-tool that allows data visualisation, meaning that even business users should be able to easily visualise their data (without needing help of IT). You can check out the Tableau website for more information about this great tool.
Pivotal HD for Pivotal CF deliver's Pivotal HD - Pivotal's leading Hadoop distribution as a Pivotal CF Service. Pivotal HD is a commercially supported distribution of Apache Hadoop. The Pivotal HD Data Service includes HDFS, YARN and MapReduce. It also includes HAWQ, Pivotal's high performance SQL database on HDFS and Pivotal's In-memory OLTP SQL processing engine GemFire XD.
Some of the customers (including my company Ratioware) has defined OracleVM Manager to use external authentication (like LDAP or Active Directory) to be used to authenticate the users when logging into OracleVM Manager console. This used to work well with OracleVM 3.2.x. When we upgraded OracleVM 3.2.8 to OracleVM 3.3.1 we noticed that all those custom authentication settings were lost. Well, that is “kind” of acceptable assuming Oracle perhaps doesn’t like us to tweak the underlying WebLogic.
Here is more individual breakdown by Quarterly expenditure on Fruits (figures in 100 million)
At Rittman Mead we’re always keen to collaborate with our peers and partners in the Oracle industry, running events such as the BI Forum in Brighton and Atlanta each year and speaking at user groups in the UK, Europe, USA and around the world. We were pleased therefore to be contacted by our friends over at Amis in the Netherlands just before this year’s Openworld with an idea they had about forming an expert-services Oracle partner network, and to see if we’d be interested in getting involved.
Average undergraduate tuition and fees and room and board rates
These figures are inflation adjusted and look how just the tuition fees have increased compared to the Dorm and Board rates
Now comparing the rate increase for 2-year program
Today I needed the Oracle Repository Creation Utility (RCU) on a 64-bit Ubuntu VM. However, if you search the Oracle website, you can only find a 32-bit version of the RCU. I decided to download the 32-bit version instead.
We start the process of running the RCU by unzipping the downloaded file. Navigate to the folder where the downloaded file is placed and execute the following command: