I have given some internal and customer presentations lately that you might find useful or like, so hereby a direct share to the presentation about Oracle’s Enterprise Manager Cloud Control (V3)
Here a small advert for one of my events scheduled for this year. On the 24th of Februari I will be giving a Masterclass regarding Oracle XMLDB in Germany. To be precise in Dusseldorf, Germany.
The following will be addressed, but might you attend, then drop me a line (marco dot gralike at amis dot nl) regarding your specific topics and I will see if I can address it within the bounderies of the course setup):
- Provide a holistic view of Oracle’s XML Database features
- Provide an in-depth view on how XML should be handled in general and in the Oracle XML database
- Provide realistic solutions, architectures, to make an XML environment work
- Show how to avoid problems while working in an XML environment
- Help to gain the optimum in performance and functionality from your XML database environment
The course is helpful and delivers insight for people who want to know more about Oracle XML DB and have some experience working with it, architects, dba or developers alike. I will see how good my German is during the day and if I feel very brave enough, switch to German during the course.
See for more info and or how to register the following URL:
- Oracle XML Database Masterclass with Marco Gralike (ID: D70365_1188706)
Wow, I am completely stunned, overwhelmed…
…what will this mean, for example, for glashfish, InnoDB and MySQL…to name some combinations…?
- The comments on Slashdot about this news are pooring in…(Ken/InnoDB) ?
From this internal email:
But it’s important to note it’s not the acquisition that’s changing the world – it’s the people that fuel both companies. Having spent a considerable amount of time talking to Oracle, let me assure you they are single minded in their focus on the one asset that doesn’t appear in our financial statements: our people. That’s their highest priority – creating an inviting and compelling environment in which our brightest minds can continue to invent and deliver the future.
…and while thinking about the merger and the products involved, what about ZFS…?
I once started this website because of the steep learning curve regarding XMLDB functionality. After one year of existence the following posts were written by mean , for me as a notepad to remember what I have learned and or checked, tested or figured out and to pass it on to all those who are interested in XMLDB functionality as well.
I hope these posts, this list provided here, will be of help, to make those first steps or help designing a working and performing XMLDB environment. There is still a lot to describe and learn and hopefully I have time to cover these in the second year to come.
Have fun reading.