With new year many new projects, new technologies, new frameworks and new ideas are springing up at the speed of light and bloggers in the database arena are keeping up with this pace and this Log Buffer Edition is also living up to that pace and covers some of those posts in Log Buffer #257.
In this post, I will share with you my experience installing OVMM 3.0.3 under OVM 3.0.3 Dom0 host, including, a short and sweet action plan to get it up and running ASAP, a detailed explanation with error messages and solutions, and clean run output
Searching for the blogging inspiration? On the look-out for that Eureka moment for your next blockbuster blog post? Finding the exact ingredients for your dream rambling? Well in the Log Buffer Edition, there are some awe-inspiring posts in this Log Buffer #256. Get Inspired, keep blogging.
The end is nigh for Adobe Flash at My Oracle Support. The first step will happen during this weekend’s planned maintenance of My Oracle support, when all of MOS will be down for 5 hours starting at midnight eastern, Saturday January 28. Once it comes back up, the unadvertised non-Flash supporthtml.oracle.com will come up as a quasi-user acceptance test of the new application, while the flash-based support.oracle.com stays as-is.
With winter and its cold weather starting to set in across most of the world, now is the time when travelers start to think about warming things up. For most, that means flying to hot and sunny destinations. Another way of looking at it, however, is to head out for a different kind of sizzle. There’s perhaps no better way to heat up the chilling months with blogging. Let’s snuggle up in this Log Buffer Edition with hot blog posts in Log Buffer #255.
Whenever I tell an experienced Oracle DBA about Hadoop and what companies are doing with it, the immediate response is “But I can do this in Oracle”. Let’s compare.
The 2012 edition of RMOUG Training Days in Denver less than a month away, running February 15 and 16 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. . It’s not too late to register, and it’s a pretty nice excuse to get to the Rockies in ski season. I’ll be doing two presentations, and am polishing up whitepapers and presentations for the submission deadline tomorrow
After having party and festive time during holidays, bloggers are returning with reinvigorated zest and with uplifted zeal and the blogs are sprouting energy and promise. The new year is already here and the blogs across the database rainbow are oozing colors of all kinds. This Log Buffer Edition depicts some of them in Log Buffer #254.
With the announcement of the Oracle Big Data Appliance, Oracle also comes up with some really cool technology stack which is being termed as Oracle Big Data Connectors (OBDC). This piece of software can be used with both Oracle Big Data Appliance and other Apache Hadoop-based systems.
At this time there are three Hadoop appliances in the market:Oracle’s Big Data appliance, Netapp’s Hadooplers and EMC’s Greenplum DCA. It looks like a lot of companies that did not already adopt Hadoop in 2011, are looking to do so in 2012, and some of them may be considering going with an appliance. I want to take a look at some of the reasons a company will be interested in a Hadoop appliance, and what are the differences between the different appliances.