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14 Aug 2017 Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud Empowers Modern Finance Teams [65689]
Oracle, August 14th, 2017

New cloud services and capabilities extend industry leading enterprise performance management suite

Extending its commitment to helping organizations drive predictable performance and report with confidence, Oracle today announced significant expansions to Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) Cloud. The latest additions to Oracle EPM Cloud include new offerings for tax reporting, and profitability and cost management as well as new strategic modeling and disclosure management capabilities...
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13 Aug 2017 Using Linux Performance Tools [65435]
O'Reilly, July 31st, 2017

Sasha Goldshtein writes about this book at O'Reilly, "Move from basic Linux administration to advanced in this course that details how to monitor, profile, and trace Linux systems and applications. Linux expert Sasha Goldshtein shows you how to run basic performance checklists to get a reading of high-level system performance.

You'll discover ways to diagnose specific issues such as high CPU load, excessive I/O, and slow network requests; as well as gain a solid understanding of the Linux system infrastructure that makes tracing and profiling possible. The course is designed for application developers, system administrators, and SREs with some Linux system administration experience and a basic understanding of OS concepts like threads, I/O operations, and memory..."
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13 Aug 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [65422]
Vol 234, Issue 1' Vol 233 Issues 1, 2,3 and 4; Vol 232 Issues 2, 3 and 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • 10 Ridiculously Smart Questions You Should Ask In A Job Interview
  • 21 Technologies Transforming Software Development
  • Quantum Leap: Obstacles Remain, But A Revolution In Computing Is Almost Here
  • 3 Reasons Why GDPR is Not the New Y2K
  • Using Linux Performance Tools
  • IBM Scientists Store 330TB Of Uncompressed Data In One Tape, Sets New World Record
  • Four Times You Shouldn't Apologize (Including When It's Your Fault)
  • HDD vs. SSD: Is there room for disk in a solid-state world?
  • 10 Companies Using Machine Learning In Cool Ways
  • Enterprise Password Management: Mandatory Changes Out And MFA In

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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08 Aug 2017 Oracle Linux 7 Update 4 General Availability [65527]
By: Scott Lynn

Scott blogs, "Oracle is pleased to announce the general availability of Oracle Linux 7 Update 4 for x86-64 servers.

The Oracle Linux operating system is an open foundation for the cloud. It is developed and extensively tested with demanding enterprise workloads like Oracle Database as well as many third-party applications in public and private clouds.

While Oracle Linux is open source and includes standard technologies, tools, and features, Oracle extends the release to deliver a complete, integrated, and supported platform for performance-driven production workloads. In addition to the Red Hat Compatible Kernel (RHCK), Oracle supplies the optimized Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel for Oracle Linux (UEK), which was first developed to support highly scalable Oracle Database, applications and Oracle Engineered Systems. Oracle provides flexible and cost-effective Linux support and the updates and software releases are free to download and distribute..."
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08 Aug 2017 Consolidating Databases the Right Way: Here's How [65528]
By: Anne Plese

Anne blogs, "Oracle Exadata makes consolidating databases so easy that it just seems to 'happen'.

Over the last five years, I have seen amazing advancements in Oracle Database technology. Actually, ever since the launch of the second version of Oracle Exadata, I've seen customers leapfrog over earlier benchmarks of performance, availability, scalability, and management. Today, Exadata's unmatched hardware and software capabilities have made it the go-to choice for running any kind of Oracle database workload, including data warehouses, analytics, OLTP - as well as a combination of these workloads. There really is no better platform to run a mixed environment..."
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