To down load the Sample Checklist click: WebCenterSitesSampleGoLiveCheckList
Prior to Oracle acquisition of FatWire, Support had a sample go-live checklist. The clients were expected to go through this before going live. I am uploading that checklist here with small edits. It has a lot of values specially for new clients going live for the first time on WebCenter Sites.
It’s the afternoon of New Year’s Eve over in the UK, so to round the year off here’s the top 10 blog posts from 2014 from the Rittman Mead blog, based on Google Analytics stats (page views for 2014 in brackets, only includes articles posted in 2014)
Ubuntu is a very popular operating system (OS) in the cloud space but the Federal government has been reluctant to adopt Ubuntu, preferring to stick with Redhat as their Linux flavor of choice. As the Government moves toward the cloud it makes sense to me that Ubuntu would start to see some more play time. One of the big hurdles to this is the need to ensure that Ubuntu meets the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) security guidelines.
This is a question that I get asked quite often. My first thoughts are:
1. An app isn't necessarily a business.
2. Can you generate enough revenue to pay for the development?
3. There is usually more to an app than just the app.
4. Which platforms?
I thought I'd take this opportunity to address each of these points in more detail. Before I do this, I think it's important to say that I don't consider myself to be the world's leading authority on apps, so I should explain why I get asked this question.
Did you know that you can alter the frequency or disable the essbase OPMN ping?
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 68,000 times in 2014.
This time the randomiser has picked:
Did you know where the EAS console picks the version/patch number from?