The Autumn 2012 edition of Oracle Magazine (I’m the deputy editor) is now available online. Like in other editions recently there is a bumper online edition.
Here is the marketing release with the details of the contents.
Welcome to Issue 48 of Oracle Scene
In this digital edition find out why you should attend this year’s UKOUG conference – Brendan Tierney tells us why he has been attending since 1998. Read about one organisation’s success story from System Integration to Employee Self-Service, what the new release of Oracle BI Applications 11g has to offer and how it has been improved. Find out about training opportunities in the fastest-changing profession in the world, and Tim Poynter sheds some light on UPK Professional. Plus, Jonathan Lewis outlines how to apply a new strategy for Star Transformation.
Click here to view the digital edition
The articles in this edition:
Discuss the essential ingredient of Oracle Gold Partner, Prōject, transformation
Explore the ABC of ADF and why it may matter to you
Look at Oracle Fusion Middleware and summarise the most common products
Explore solutions for space management of database and file system
Outline optimal Oracle configuration for efficient table scanning
And there’s more…
How to raise a Service Request with Oracle Support for Exadata
Introduction to Data Vault Modeling
Next Generation Service Patterns using Oracle Fusion Middleware
HR Platform – the changes and how to implement it successfully
Winners of the UKOUG 2012 Partner of the Year Awards
We hope you enjoy a good read.
The deadline for submitting an article for the Spring 2013 edition will be in early January.
Many thanks to Brigit Wells and the other member of the UKOUG office who have worked on getting this edition and every edition out to print and online. Also a thank you to Geoff Swaffer who is the editor, and myself who is the deputy editor