miércoles, 25 de mayo de 2016

Oracle pelea 8,800 mdd por derechos sobre Android, y podría obtenerlos

Fuente: PCWORLD

Escrito por Stephen Lawson el 24 • Mayo • 2016 y tiene comentariosimagen del articulo
Las compañías continúan su batalla por los derechos del código Java. Oracle reclama a Google 8,800 millones de dólares por daños.

La lucha que han mantenido Oracle y Google por el código de Android está ya en manos del jurado tras el cierre de argumentos que diferían notablemente en las cuestiones más básicas. El jurado federal de San Francisco tiene que decidir ahora si el uso por parte de Google de los derechos de autor del código Java constituye un uso justo, una exención que liberaría a la compañía de pagar a Oracle por daños y perjuicios. La cuestión es si el código declarado forma parte de la API 37 de Java que usó Google. Los de Mountain View aseguraron que sólo han utilizado partes seleccionadas de Java para crear algo nuevo en forma de Android.

 “Lo que alimentó el éxito de Android son todas esas cosas que llegaron que eran nuevas y diferentes”, explicó el abogado Robert Van Nest de Keker&Van Nest, representando a Google. Según Van Nest, esto hace que sea un trabajo trasnformativo de Android, por lo que es legítimo el uso del código en cuestión. Además, dio otra razón por la que el uso es razonable, además de que Google sólo usó una pequeña parte, y es que Android no es un sustituto de Java y el uso del código no supuso daños para el mercado de Java.

Por su parte el abogado de Oracle argumentó que Google había copiado el código porque no podían construir un sistema operativo móvil lo suficientemente rápido sin él. “Si no era importante ¿por qué lo copió Google?",  preguntó Bicks al jurado.

Después de que Google utilizara el código para construir Android, Oracle comentó que estaba considerando desarrollar una plataforma para teléfonos pero que ya no podría competir con el sistema operativo gratuito.  La compañía también remarcó que los ingresos por licencias Java provenientes de compañías como Samsung también se redujeron.

Las compañías utilizaron metáforas para ayudar al jurado a comprender los problemas con los que se habían encontrado. Google comparó el código de la API con una archivador lleno de carpetas etiquetadas, mientras que Oracle aseguró que era algo más creativo y sustancial, como los libros, los capítulos o las frases de la saga de Harry Potter.

Esta es la segunda vez que un jurado tiene que deliberar sobre el uso justo. Los miembros del jurado del último enfrentamiento entre Google y Oracle en 2012 no consiguieron alcanzar un veredicto. Si este jurado encuentra que el uso de Java en Android no es justo, el juicio se centrará inmediatamente en la cuestión de los daños. Oracle quiere 8.800 millones de dólares de compensación.

Ambas partes invocaron cuestiones mayores en sus argumentos finales  ante el jurado. Google explicó que las exenciones del uso legítimo protegen el tipo de innovación que por el que sobresale el norte de California. Oracle, un gigante con más de 132.000 trabajadores y un valor de más de 160.000 millones, citó la influencia de Google a largo plazo. “Se necesita alguien con fuerza y valor para enfrentarse a una empresa como Google”, comentó Bicks.

martes, 24 de mayo de 2016

Cómo validar la funcionalidad del Dbvisit 7.x Standby entre sitio primario RAC y sitio alterno, single instance.?


-bash-4.1$ pwd
/export/home/oracle
-bash-4.1$ cd /usr/dbvisit/standby
-bash-4.1$ ./dbvisit -i desa1
=============================================================
Dbvisit Standby Database Technology (7.0.48.15006) (pid 11297)
dbvisit started on lab1-db1: Tue May 24 06:30:22 2016 ()
=============================================================

Dbvisit Standby log gap report for desa1 at 201605240630 (thread 1):
-------------------------------------------------------------
Standby database on lab1-db3 is at sequence: 1027.
Primary database on lab1-db1 is at log sequence: 1029.
Primary database on lab1-db1 is at archived log sequence: 1028.
Dbvisit Standby last transfer log sequence: 1027.
Dbvisit Standby last transfer at: 201605240607.

Archive log gap for desa1:  1.
Transfer log gap for desa1: 1.
Standby database time lag (HH:MI:SS): 04:44:43.
    No Mail sent as SEND_MAIL_FLAG = N

Dbvisit Standby log gap report for desa2 at 201605240630 (thread 2):
-------------------------------------------------------------
Standby database on lab1-db3 is at sequence: 1597.
Primary database on lab1-db2 is at log sequence: 1601.
Primary database on lab1-db2 is at archived log sequence: 1600.
Dbvisit Standby last transfer log sequence: 1599.
Dbvisit Standby last transfer at: 201605240620.

Archive log gap for desa2:  3.
Transfer log gap for desa2: 1.
Standby database time lag (HH:MI:SS): 04:44:49.
    No Mail sent as SEND_MAIL_FLAG = N

=============================================================
dbvisit ended on lab1-db1: Tue May 24 06:30:39 2016
=============================================================

-bash-4.1$

Cómo verificar que el demonio del proceso de Dbvisit 7.x esta corriendo en el servidor primario y sitio alterno.?

-bash-4.1$ cd /usr/dbvisit/
-bash-4.1$ arbol
.
|____standby
| |____trace
| |____pid
| |____conf
| |____tmp
| |____log
| |____doc
|____dbvserver
| |____conf
| | |____init.d
| | | |____solaris
| |____log
| |____doc
| |____tmp
|____dbvnet
| |____tmp
| |____log
| |____conf
| | |____init.d
| | | |____solaris
| |____doc

-bash-4.1$ ps -ef|grep dbv
  oracle 28862 28861   0 11:41:55 pts/2       0:00 /usr/dbvisit/dbvnet/dbvnetd
  oracle 28879 28878   0 11:42:00 pts/2       0:00 /usr/dbvisit/dbvserver/dbvserverd
  oracle 28883 28878   0 11:42:02 pts/2       0:00 /usr/dbvisit/dbvserver/dbvserverd
  oracle 28869 28861   0 11:41:56 pts/2       0:00 /usr/dbvisit/dbvnet/dbvnetd
  oracle 28881 28878   0 11:42:01 pts/2       0:00 /usr/dbvisit/dbvserver/dbvserverd
  oracle 28878     1   0 11:42:00 pts/2       0:00 /usr/dbvisit/dbvserver/dbvserverd
  oracle 28867 28861   0 11:41:56 pts/2       0:00 /usr/dbvisit/dbvnet/dbvnetd
  oracle 28868 28861   0 11:41:56 pts/2       0:00 /usr/dbvisit/dbvnet/dbvnetd
  oracle 28861     1   0 11:41:55 pts/2       0:00 /usr/dbvisit/dbvnet/dbvnetd
  oracle 28934 22349   0 11:43:16 pts/2       0:00 grep dbv

-bash-4.1$ hostname
lab1-db2.lab1.co.cr
-bash-4.1$ pwd
/usr/dbvisit
-bash-4.1$ pwd
/usr/dbvisit
-bash-4.1$ cd dbvnet
-bash-4.1$ ls -la
total 29228
drwxrwxr-x   6 oracle   oinstall       8 Mar 28 10:08 .
drwxr-xr-x   5 oracle   oinstall       5 Mar 28 10:09 ..
drwxrwxr-x   3 oracle   oinstall       4 Mar 28 10:08 conf
-rwxr-xr-x   1 oracle   oinstall 7368048 May 23 11:45 dbvnet-test
-rwxr-xr-x   1 oracle   oinstall 7420912 May 23 11:45 dbvnetd
drwxrwxr-x   2 oracle   oinstall       2 Mar 28 10:08 doc
drwxrwxr-x   2 oracle   oinstall       4 Mar 28 10:42 log
drwxrwxr-x   2 oracle   oinstall       4 May 23 11:45 tmp

-bash-4.1$ ./dbvnet-test -s lab1-db2:7890

>>> Determining Dbvnet status on server lab1-db2:7890...

    Dbvnet on server lab1-db2:7890 is running.

-bash-4.1$ ./dbvnet-test -s lab1-db3:7890

>>> Determining Dbvnet status on server lab1-db3:7890...

    Dbvnet on server lab1-db3:7890 is running.

-bash-4.1$

Como crear un dispositivo de librería virtual en Oracle Secure Backup 12c- Pruebas?


root@lab1-db1:/opt/product/osb_vdevices# /usr/local/oracle/backup/osb_12.1.0.2.1_solaris.sparc64_release/bin/obtool -u admin
Password:

ob> mkdev -t library -v -S20 -I2 -o -B yes -a lab1-db1:/opt/product/osb_vdevices/vlib1 vlib1

ob> lsdev
library             lib              in service
  drive 1           drv              in service
library             vlib1            in service
ob> lsdev --long
lib:
    Device type:            library
    Model:                  STK_SL150
    Serial number:          [none]
    In service:             yes
    Debug mode:             no
    Barcode reader:         default (hardware-selected)
    Barcodes required:      yes
    Auto clean:             no
    Clean interval:         (not set)
    Clean using emptiest:   no
    Unload required:        yes
    Ejection type:          auto
    Min writable volumes:   0
    UUID:                   ec7702b6-f49c-1033-a856-b8a2b17acb39
    Attachment 1:
        Host:               lab1-db1
        Raw device:         /dev/scsi/changer/c5t500104F000DDE0ECd1
drv:
    Device type:            tape
    Model:                  [none]
    Serial number:          HUJ5374KRK
    In service:             yes
    Library:                lib
    DTE:                    1
    Automount:              yes
    Error rate:             8
    Position interval:      [undetermined]
    Debug mode:             no
    Blocking factor:        (default)
    Max blocking factor:    (default)
    Current tape:           [unknown]
    Use list:               all
    Drive usage:            [not set]
    Cleaning required:      [unknown]
    UUID:                   d243b748-f49e-1033-a856-b8a2b17acb39
    Attachment 1:
        Host:               lab1-db1
        Raw device:         /dev/scsi/sequential/c5t500104F000DDE0ECd0
vlib1:
    Device type:            library (virtual)
    Model:                  [none]
    Serial number:          [none]
    In service:             yes
    Debug mode:             no
    Barcode reader:         yes
    Barcodes required:      default (as per media policy)
    Auto clean:             no
    Clean interval:         (not set)
    Clean using emptiest:   no
    Ejection type:          auto
    Min writable volumes:   0
    UUID:                   609a2d08-ffa1-1033-ae9e-a26364fa8766
    Attachment 1:
        Host:               lab1-db1
        Raw device:         /opt/product/osb_vdevices/vlib1

ob> mkdev -t tape -v -o -l vlib1 -d1 -a lab1-db1://opt/product/osb_vdevices/vdrive1 vdrive1

ob> lsvol --long --library vlib1
Inventory of library vlib1:
    in    mte:           vacant
    in    1:             vacant
    in    2:             vacant
    in    3:             vacant
    in    4:             vacant
    in    5:             vacant
    in    6:             vacant
    in    7:             vacant
    in    8:             vacant
    in    9:             vacant
    in    10:            vacant
    in    11:            vacant
    in    12:            vacant
    in    13:            vacant
    in    14:            vacant
    in    15:            vacant
    in    16:            vacant
    in    17:            vacant
    in    18:            vacant
    in    19:            vacant
    in    20:            vacant
    in    iee1:          vacant
    in    iee2:          vacant
    in    dte:           vacant

ob> insertvol -L vlib1 unlabeled 1-20

ob> lsvol -l -L vlib1
Inventory of library vlib1:
    in    mte:           vacant
    in    1:             unlabeled, barcode aabdca98ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 100
    in    2:             unlabeled, barcode aac1ce90ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 101
    in    3:             unlabeled, barcode aac6984effa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 102
    in    4:             unlabeled, barcode aac91178ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 103
    in    5:             unlabeled, barcode aacb8c50ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 104
    in    6:             unlabeled, barcode aace1380ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 105
    in    7:             unlabeled, barcode aad091b4ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 106
    in    8:             unlabeled, barcode aad308ccffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 107
    in    9:             unlabeled, barcode aad58034ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 108
    in    10:            unlabeled, barcode aad7fdc8ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 109
    in    11:            unlabeled, barcode aada7a94ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 110
    in    12:            unlabeled, barcode aadd3c84ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 111
    in    13:            unlabeled, barcode aadfe8a8ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 112
    in    14:            unlabeled, barcode aae291e8ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 113
    in    15:            unlabeled, barcode aae54d70ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 114
    in    16:            unlabeled, barcode aae7ed0affa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 115
    in    17:            unlabeled, barcode aaea75caffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 116
    in    18:            unlabeled, barcode aaed0038ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 117
    in    19:            unlabeled, barcode aaef81b4ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 118
    in    20:            unlabeled, barcode aaf44302ffa110384e4b3ef416d59af, oid 119
    in    iee1:          vacant
    in    iee2:          vacant
    in    dte:           vacant
ob>exit

-bash-4.1$ . oraenv
ORACLE_SID = [lab1] ? desa1
The Oracle base remains unchanged with value /opt/product/rdbms/12.1.0
-bash-4.1$ recov

Recovery Manager: Release 12.1.0.1.0 - Production on Thu May 19 06:26:10 2016

Copyright (c) 1982, 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates.  All rights reserved.

connected to target database: DESA (DBID=3373992994)
connected to recovery catalog database

RMAN> run
{
allocate channel c1 device type sbt
parms 'ENV=(ob_device=drive1,
OB_MEDIA_FAMILY=OSB-CATALOG-MF)';
backup database include current controlfile;
backup archivelog all not backed up;
}2> 3> 4> 5> 6> 7> 8>

allocated channel: c1
channel c1: SID=362 instance=desa1 device type=SBT_TAPE
channel c1: Oracle Secure Backup

Starting backup at 19-MAY-16
channel c1: starting full datafile backup set
channel c1: specifying datafile(s) in backup set
input datafile file number=00078 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/sib.715.907007973
input datafile file number=00007 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/banaclima_idx.644.907007955
input datafile file number=00017 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/conta_idx.654.907007959
input datafile file number=00124 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/agp_idx.761.907007985
input datafile file number=00051 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/pra_idx.688.907007967
input datafile file number=00047 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/planfca_idx.684.907007965
input datafile file number=00060 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/sap.697.907007969
input datafile file number=00024 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/cxp.661.907007959
input datafile file number=00014 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/cheques.651.907007957
input datafile file number=00015 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/cheques_idx.652.907007957
input datafile file number=00054 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/rec.691.907007967
input datafile file number=00080 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/sip.717.907007973
input datafile file number=00030 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/fito.667.907007961
input datafile file number=00048 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/planilla.685.907007965
input datafile file number=00070 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/seb.707.907007971
input datafile file number=00099 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/recibos.736.907007979
input datafile file number=00004 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/bec.635.910972947
input datafile file number=00012 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/cef.649.907007955
input datafile file number=00021 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/cus_idx.658.907007959
input datafile file number=00026 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/des_nat.663.907007961
input datafile file number=00029 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/exp_idx.666.907007961
input datafile file number=00034 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/inc.671.907007963
input datafile file number=00039 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/leg_idx.676.907007963
input datafile file number=00044 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/pcs.681.907007965
input datafile file number=00053 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/qui_idx.690.907007967
input datafile file number=00064 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/scl.701.907007969
input datafile file number=00067 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/scv_idx.704.907007971
input datafile file number=00072 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/sei.709.907007971
input datafile file number=00075 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/ste_idx.712.907007973
input datafile file number=00081 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/sip_idx.718.907007973
input datafile file number=00084 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/spc.721.907007975
input datafile file number=00089 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/votos_idx.726.907007975
input datafile file number=00092 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/clt.729.907007977
input datafile file number=00095 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/cxc_viejo_idx.732.907007977
input datafile file number=00098 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/fondos_ley_idx.735.907007979
input datafile file number=00102 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/sca_idx.739.907007979
input datafile file number=00105 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/ssu.742.907007979
input datafile file number=00108 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/sue_idx.745.907007981
input datafile file number=00112 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/auditoria_idx.749.907007981
input datafile file number=00115 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/ger_apex.752.907007983
input datafile file number=00118 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/side_acf.755.907007983
input datafile file number=00121 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/side_ind_acf.758.907007983
input datafile file number=00126 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/dti_apex.763.907007985
input datafile file number=00129 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/apex_ban.766.907007985
input datafile file number=00132 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/per.769.907007987
input datafile file number=00135 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/dev_mds.772.907007987
input datafile file number=00138 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/dev_oam.775.907007989
input datafile file number=00142 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/olts_attrstore.779.907007989
input datafile file number=00145 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/bio.782.907007989
input datafile file number=00148 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/sci.785.907007991
input datafile file number=00151 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/bdi_idx.788.907007991
input datafile file number=00154 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/apex_per.637.911470385
channel c1: starting piece 1 at 19-MAY-16
channel c1: starting piece 1 at 19-MAY-16
channel c1: finished piece 1 at 19-MAY-16
piece handle=05r5v5sd_1_1 tag=TAG20160519T062618 comment=API Version 2.0,MMS Version 12.1.0.2
channel c1: backup set complete, elapsed time: 00:01:25
channel c1: starting full datafile backup set
channel c1: specifying datafile(s) in backup set
input datafile file number=00003 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/sysaux.632.907007209
input datafile file number=00079 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/sib_idx.716.907007973
input datafile file number=00001 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/system.633.907007305
input datafile file number=00046 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/planfca.683.907007965
input datafile file number=00050 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/pra.687.907007967
input datafile file number=00037 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/inventario_idx.674.907007963
input datafile file number=00059 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/saf_idx.696.907007969
input datafile file number=00155 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/undotbs1.832.912164755
input datafile file number=00071 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/seb_idx.708.907007971
input datafile file number=00040 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/ncd.677.907007963
input datafile file number=00058 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/saf.695.907007969
input datafile file number=00009 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/bitacoras_idx.646.907007955
input datafile file number=00022 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/cxc.659.907007959
input datafile file number=00041 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/ncd_idx.678.907007965
input datafile file number=00057 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/retencion_idx.694.907007967
input datafile file number=00087 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/vehiculos_idx.724.907007975
input datafile file number=00006 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/users.634.907007411
input datafile file number=00011 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/cab_idx.648.907007955
input datafile file number=00020 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/cus.657.907007959
input datafile file number=00025 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/cxp_idx.662.907007961
input datafile file number=00028 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/exp.665.907007961
input datafile file number=00033 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/general_idx.670.907007963
input datafile file number=00038 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/leg.675.907007963
input datafile file number=00043 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/nema_idx.680.907007965
input datafile file number=00049 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/planilla_idx.686.907007965
input datafile file number=00063 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/sbl_idx.700.907007969
input datafile file number=00066 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/scv.703.907007971
input datafile file number=00069 name=+DATA/DESA/DATAFILE/sdi_idx.706.907007971
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FBI News: Computer Hacker Extradited from France

Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
Northern District of Georgia

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Friday, May 20, 2016
ATLANTA - Eric Donys Simeu, a/k/a Martell Collins, a citizen of Cameroon, has been arraigned on federal charges of conspiracy, wire fraud, computer fraud and access device fraud. Simeu was indicted by a federal grand jury in Atlanta on September 23, 2014.

“Cybercrime is borderless, but increasingly, so too are our law enforcement capabilities,” said U.S. Attorney John Horn. “With the cooperation of France and our international law enforcement partners, we were able to bring to justice a wanted fugitive who was allegedly committing cyber fraud that affected U.S. companies from the streets of West Africa.”

“Those who target US companies and citizens through cyber attacks and spear phishing emails can no longer be confident they will remain anonymous and be protected by geographic boundaries. The arrest and extradition of Eric Simeu is the result of a multi-national effort led by the FBI, which demonstrates the benefits of global cooperation among international law enforcement and the private sector. This arrest and extradition serves a strong deterrent to those targeting the computer networks of US companies and US citizens. It should also serve as a reminder to the public to be vigilant and aware they are frequently targeted through fraudulent emails seeking to steal their personal information,” said J. Britt Johnson, Special Agent in Charge, FBI Atlanta Field Office.

According to U.S. Attorney Horn, the charges, and other information presented in court: Eric Simeu is allegedly responsible for a series of “phishing campaigns” which targeted customers of Global Distribution System (“GDS”) companies from approximately July 2011 to September 2014.

A “phishing campaign” is the act of sending targeted emails to individuals for the purpose of acquiring usernames and passwords. The emails masquerade as an official communication from a legitimate company to gain the trust of the recipient and deceive them into providing protected information. GDS companies provide travel booking services to travel agencies and travel-related websites. Airline tickets that are issued from sources other than air carriers themselves are generally processed through a GDS company. Customers of GDS companies, such as representatives from a travel agency or travel-related website, are issued unique login credentials that are utilized to authenticate their identity and facilitate the issuance of airline tickets on GDS servers.

In this instance, Simeu’s alleged phishing campaigns targeted customers of two GDS Companies – one with its principal U.S. operations in Atlanta, Georgia, and another headquartered in Southlake, Texas. Simeu allegedly caused phishing emails to be delivered to customers of these GDS companies for the purpose of obtaining and stealing their unique log-in credentials. Simeu and others allegedly used the stolen log-in credentials to access the servers of the two GDS companies and cause the issuance of fraudulent airline tickets. Simeu and others then allegedly sold these airline tickets to customers, mostly in West Africa, for fractions of the actual cost, or used them for personal travel. The value of the fraudulently issued airline tickets exceeded $2 million.

On September 3, 2014, Simeu was arrested by French law enforcement pursuant to a federal criminal complaint issued out of the Northern District of Georgia. At the time of his arrest, Simeu was traveling from Casablanca, Morocco, to Paris, France, on an alleged fraudulently issued airline ticket in the name of his alias, Martell Collins, utilizing a fraudulent United Kingdom passport under the same name.

Eric Donys Simeu, a/k/a Martell Collins, 32, a citizen of Cameroon, was arraigned before United States Magistrate Judge Russell G. Vineyard. A federal grand jury in the Northern District of Georgia returned an indictment against Simeu on September 23, 2014. Simeu has been in French custody since his arrest in September 2014, pending completion of extradition proceedings. 

Members of the public are reminded that the indictment only contains charges. The defendant is presumed innocent of the charges and it will be the government’s burden to prove the defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt at trial.

This case is being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and State Department Diplomatic Security Service. 

Assistant United States Attorney Steven D Grimberg and Trial Attorney Peter Roman with the U.S. Department of Justice Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section are prosecuting the case. The Justice Department’s Office of International Affairs also provided valuable assistance.

For further information please contact the U.S. Attorney’s Public Affairs Office atUSAGAN.PressEmails@usdoj.gov

Email links icon or (404) 581-6016. The Internet address for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Georgia is http://www.justice.gov/usao-ndga.

viernes, 20 de mayo de 2016

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miércoles, 18 de mayo de 2016

Simbec-Orion Group Streamlines its Clinical Trial Management Processes with Oracle’s eClinical Cloud Suite

Press Release

Redwood Shores, Calif.—May 12, 2016

As more pharmaceutical companies outsource their clinical trials to contract research organizations (CROs), CROs are challenged to complete the clinical research in a more efficient and timely manner. Oracle Health Sciences today announced that Simbec-Orion Group Limited, a full service, international, boutique CRO, has adopted Oracle’s suite of eClinical cloud solutions to simplify the management of its customer’s clinical studies.

Oracle’s life sciences-specific solutions, combined with its broader product and service offering, are used by thousands of pharma, biopharma, and academic research centers worldwide to redesign clinical R&D processes, advance drug therapies, and optimize care delivery to improve the health, well-being, and lives of people globally.

Simbec-Orion Group selected cloud-based Oracle Health Sciences InForm, Siebel Oracle's Siebel Clinical Trial Management System, and Oracle Health Sciences IRT to supplement its clinical development processes, streamline data capture, and speed up trial timelines as Simbec-Orion expands its international, full-service, business offerings.

“We reviewed a wide range of providers to ensure, that as a world-class CRO, we were working with the best–in-class systems”, said Ronald Openshaw, CEO, Simbec-Orion. “We chose to partner with Oracle, the market leader in eClinical solutions, as we wanted to rely upon an excellent, secure, robust, and state-of-the-art service that will meet current and foreseeable, future, market needs. We believe the scalability will drive efficiency in our work practices as we grow, especially in the light of increasingly complex clinical trials.”

“Oracle shares Simbec-Orion’s commitment to helping pharma and biotechnology companies deliver high-quality therapies to the patients we serve,” said Steve Rosenberg, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Health Sciences. “ We look forward to working with Simbec-Orion as it further expands and enhances its clinical development services powered by our innovative technology.”

In 2014 through the merger of the two independent CROs, Simbec Research and Orion Clinical, Simbec-Orion Group was created as an international boutique CRO. Simbec-Orion Group now offers a full spectrum of drug development services from first-in-human Phase I clinical studies, through to pivotal Phase III studies and Phase IV post marketing studies. Starting in January 2016, unless the client expresses different requirements, new studies across the Simbec-Orion Group will use Oracle’s eClinical suite.
·         To learn more about Oracle Health Sciences, please connect on Twitter @OracleHealthSci, @OracleCROAdv and at facebook.com/oraclehealthsciences. You can also follow our blog Oracle Health Science Blog and find us on LinkedIn.


Healthcare Organizations Turn to Oracle ERP Cloud for Industry’s Most Complete, Modern, and Proven Solution

Press Release

Oracle expands portfolio of healthcare customers with Adventist Health, Family Health, Presbyterian Medical Services, and Southern New Hampshire Health

Redwood Shores, Calif.—May 13, 2016


Oracle today announced that an increasing number of hospitals and healthcare systems worldwide are choosing Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud to help increase productivity, lower costs, and improve controls. Adventist Health, Family Health, Presbyterian Medical Services, and Southern New Hampshire Health are just a few of the more than 1,800 organizations that have recently turned to Oracle ERP Cloud for a collaborative, efficient, and intuitive back-office hub with rich financial and operational capabilities to help reduce costs and modernize business practices to gain insight and productivity.

Healthcare organizations are under increasing pressure from regulatory agencies, consumers, employers, and governing boards to drive cost efficiency while maintaining quality patient care. Today’s healthcare systems are slow and expensive to maintain, especially when integrating a merged or acquired company. By standardizing on Oracle Modern Best Practice for Healthcare using embedded analytics, contextual social collaboration, and mobile technologies, healthcare organizations can achieve economies of scale faster to lower costs and access the innovative technologies to stay ahead of industry changes.

“Presbyterian Medical Services was looking for a complete cloud ERP solution that would help us drive efficiencies while maintaining quality patient care in a diverse, complex industry," said Chad Morris, senior ERP systems analyst, Presbyterian Medical Services. "In just 14 weeks, we were able to go live on Oracle ERP Cloud implementing a wide range of efficiencies with our 90+ locations across New Mexico. We are now in the process of going live on Oracle HCM Cloud."

“Hospitals and healthcare systems are contending with increased financial pressures resulting from rising costs coupled with reduced collections, an influx of data, and changing patient interactions due to high-deductible healthcare plans,” said Rod Johnson, senior vice president, Oracle. “We are committed to delivering innovative cloud solutions that help these healthcare organizations thrive and gain competitive advantage amid shifting industry conditions. Oracle ERP Cloud increases operational efficiencies and identifies growth areas to help healthcare organizations cost-effectively meet these challenges across their complex organizations and workforces.”

Built on a secure and scalable architecture, Oracle ERP Cloud provides customers with flexible alternatives via full or modular adoption, seamless integration across clouds, on-premise and third party applications, standardized best practices and rapid implementation templates, as well as extensive support for global companies in a wide variety of industries, including healthcare. Oracle ERP Cloud delivers complete ERP capabilities across financials, procurement, and project portfolio management, as well as Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) and Supply Chain Management (SCM). The portfolio includes deep global and industry-specific capabilities and is fully integrated with Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solutions.

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