Thursday, June 7, 2012

Oracle Magazine - May/June 2012

Welcome to the May/June 2012 digital edition of Oracle Magazine.
This issue includes the mix of news, community, customer-focus, and technology stories you've come to expect in Oracle Magazine—and more. This issue also includes an Oracle Magazine first: six different covers open this issue, each featuring a different character from Marvel's The Avengers.
Here are some highlights from the May/June 2012 issue:
Super Hero IT
Agent John Smith is the chief systems administrator for the Supreme Headquarters International Espionage Law-Enforcement Division (S.H.I.E.L.D.), where he works for Nick Fury. And just as Fury must assemble the Avengers to battle threats to the world that no one else can handle, Smith must assemble the most powerful data center to deliver extreme performance and Earth-saving analytics. See why Smith counts on Oracle engineered systems, storage, and analytics to support the Avengers.
Storage Stands Tall
Oracle's enterprise storage solutions combine the best hardware with software designed to take advantage of that hardware, to meet the requirements of various types of I/O processing and long-term data archiving. Learn why organizations depend on Pillar Axiom 600, Sun ZFS Storage Appliance, and StorageTek modular library systems and drives from Oracle to support their operations and keep information available.
Digicel Haiti, the largest mobile communications operator in Haiti, faced nightly data collection processes that were taking too long on the company's server infrastructure. To overcome that problem, Digicel migrated its 38 TB data warehouse to Oracle Exadata Database Machine. Read how the benefits went far beyond solving the company's immediate reporting problems.
Interview (with podcast): Upon Further Analysis
Oracle Advanced Analytics delivers key insights from big data.
Up Close (with video): Big Data Boot Camp
An early adopter shares big data expertise at COLLABORATE 12.
Business Intelligence: Working with the Summary Advisor 
Create in-memory aggregates for better performance on Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine.
Ask Tom: On Connection Pools, Cursor Differentiation, and Optimal Ordering
Our technologist cleans pools, explores cursor types, and looks for order in table creation.
Read the issue online or download it for later. Enjoy!

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