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01 Aug 2013 READ_ME_FIRST: What Do I Do with All of Those SPARC Threads? [32054]
What to do with the 1,536 threads in an Oracle M5-32 system

"With an amazing 1,536 threads in an Oracle M5-32 system, the number of threads in a single system has never been so high. This offers a tremendous processing capacity, but one may wonder how to make optimal use of all these resources.

In this technical white paper, we explain how the heavily threaded Oracle T5 and M5 servers can be deployed to efficiently consolidate and manage workloads using virtualization through Oracle Solaris Zones, Oracle VM Server for SPARC, and Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center, as well as how to improve the performance of a single application through multi-threading..."
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16 Jul 2013 July 2013 Critical Patch Update Released [31869]
Provides 89 new security fixes across a wide range of product families

Eric Maurice writes that "Oracle just released the July 2013 Critical Patch Update. This Critical Patch Update provides 89 new security fixes across a wide range of product families: Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Hyperion, Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control, Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise, Oracle industry Applications, Oracle Supply Chain Products Suite, Oracle VM, Oracle MySQL, and Oracle and Sun Systems Products Suite.

As a reminder, security fixes for Java SE will continue to be released on a separate Critical Patch Update schedule until October this year. Starting with the October 2013 Critical Patch Update, Java SE security fixes will be released on the normal Critical Patch Update schedule, along with the security fixes for all other Oracle products, thus likely to increase the total number of security fixes released with each Critical Patch Update..."
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11 Jul 2013 What's New in EMCLI [31787]
Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 3

Adeesh Fulay writes, "If you have been using the classic Oracle Enterprise Manager Command Line interface ( EMCLI ), you are in for a treat. Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c R3 comes with a new EMCLI kit called 'EMCLI with Scripting Option'. Not my favorite name, as I would have preferred to call this EMSHELL since it truly provides a shell similar to bash or cshell. Unlike the classic EMCLI, this new kit provides a Jython-based scripting environment along with the large collection of verbs to use. This scripting environment enables users to use established programming language constructs like loops (for, or while), conditional statements (if-else), etc in both interactive and scripting mode..."
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11 Jul 2013 Oracle Cloud Application Foundation [31777]
Latest 12c releases of its Cloud Application Foundation

Introducing new products faster, reducing costs and increasing productivity continue to be top priorities for companies around the world and many of them are looking to Cloud computing to help meet these goals. Oracle's Cloud Application Foundation provides a unified platform across conventional and Cloud environments, which helps customers deliver next generation applications, simplify operations, accelerate time-to-market, lower their total cost of ownership and derive more value from their current application infrastructure.

Oracle, announced the latest 12c releases of its Cloud Application Foundation, which integrates application server and in-memory data grid capabilities into a foundation for Cloud computing. Oracle's Cloud Application Foundation consists of Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.2 and in Oracle Coherence 12.1.2.
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10 Jul 2013 University Gives High Grades to Oracle Exadata Database Machine [31779]
Stephen F. Austin State University

Stephen F. Austin State University (SFA), an independent public university serving 13,000 undergraduate and graduate students in Nacogdoches, Texas, implemented Oracle Exadata Database Machine to be able to improve registration and student system reliability, while staying current on hardware support.

With an Oracle Exadata quarter rack supporting SFA's enterprise resource planning (ERP) and student information applications, the university can now support up to 2,000 concurrent users, an up to 8X capacity increase over its legacy system, with response times between three and 10 seconds - enabling students to register for classes more quickly with virtually no system bottlenecks or downtime.

SFA also deployed a quarter rack to support a new disaster recovery data center - helping to ensure that the university's ERP and student data is always available.

Due to vastly improved system reliability and scalability, SFA's systems and database administration team has been able to reduce staff overtime by eliminating the need to work nights and weekends to address performance issues.
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