The winners for the yearly Christmas Book raffle were drawn. Three people won a copy of Middleware and Cloud Computing Book: Jean-Nicola M. (drawn for FB retrweet) @HeshamAboElMagd (retweet) @ashish__awasthi (retweet) Enjoy the book guys. It’s on the way already!
I found that Cloud to Cloud ETL is different from the regular ETL running in the on premise env in several ways: 1. Direct Database Access is not available 2. Complex / Nested Objects 3. Paging 4. Volume Restriction 5. File base approach 6. Data Streaming 7. Data Security / Protection 8. Change data capture […]
At OOW 2014, Oracle announced the new Oracle Metadata Management solution and later in the middle of October released its first version – OMM 18.104.22.168.0
At the end of November of 2014, the second version was released -OMM 22.214.171.124.0- with new features and some bugs fixed.
But first things first, what is Oracle Metadata Management? And why we want to use it?
Last night I attended an event powered by oGH and OBUG. Mark Rittman was invited to talk about; ‘Hadoop and Oracle Technologies on BI Projects’. This event has been organized to inform us about Hadoop combined with Oracle Technologies.
OBIEE is a well established product, having been around in various incarnations for well over a decade. The latest version, OBIEE 11g, was released 3.5 years ago, and there are mutterings of OBIEE 12c already. In all of this time however, one thing it has never quite nailed is the ability for multiple developers to work with the core metadata model – the repository, known as the RPD – concurrently and in isolation.
Very. Exciting. News.
The Oracle Maven Repository has just gone live and is now available for public access, loaded with WebLogic Server artifacts from the 12.1.2 and 12.1.3 releases.
Want free and easy access to WebLogic Server APIs, libraries and plugins - just have at it!
Extract, Replicat and associated utilities enable you to create, load and refresh one Oracle database to another Oracle database.
This tutorial provides a quick overview of Oracle to Oracle database replication using Integrated Extract and Integrated Replicat for version 12c and above. Extraction from a Multitenant database is only supported by Integrate Extract.
In general HTTP/2 is about optimizing server resource usage. This is mainly achieved by using 1 connection between server and client and re-using that connection for all requests/responses for the duration of the session.
This is in sharp contrast with HTTP/1. Where a connection is created, a request is sent, a response is received and the connection is terminated. This is overhead is more or less hidden to the user because multiple connections are used in parallel.