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martes, 23 de febrero de 2016

Oracle 12c, agregando más grupos de redolog a distintos nodos de un RAC utilizando OMF

Una de las tareas de post-instalación de un RAC en Oracle, consiste en agregar más grupos de redolog a cada uno de los nodos del cluster configurado.

En caso de una configuración de RAC con dos nodos, el DBCA creará de facto, dos grupos de redologs por cada uno de los nodos. Si realizas una consulta sobre la vista V$LOG, podrás observar algo parecido a esto.

SQL> select group#, thread#, sequence#, members, status from v$log;

    GROUP#    THREAD#  SEQUENCE#    MEMBERS STATUS
---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------------
         1          1         11          2 CURRENT
         2          1         10          2 INACTIVE
         3          2          3          2 INACTIVE
         4          2          4          2 CURRENT


Como puedes observar, los grupos de redolog 1 y 2, están asignados al nodo 1, mientras que los grupos 3 y 4 al nodo 2 de nuestra configuración.

En este ejemplo, las instancias de ASM que prestan el servicio de almacenamiento al RAC, tienen dos grupos de disco: +DATA, +RECO.

Cada grupo tiene dos miembros asociados, los cuáles han sido ubicados, uno en cada grupo de disco.

Para simplificar la administración, vamos a configurar los parámetros a nivel del RAC, para permitir la designación automática de las ubicaciones a través de OMF ( Oracle Managed Files ).

Para ello, nos vamos a conectar a un nodo del RAC.

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Revisemos como se encuentran en este momento los parámetros relacionados con las ubicaciones de los miembros de los grupos de redolog.

-bash-4.1$ sqlplus /nolog

SQL*Plus: Release 12.1.0.1.0 Production on Tue Feb 23 11:40:08 2016

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SQL> connect / as sysdba
Connected.
SQL> show parameter online

NAME                                 TYPE        VALUE
------------------------------------ ----------- -------------------
db_create_online_log_dest_1          string      
db_create_online_log_dest_2          string      
db_create_online_log_dest_3          string
db_create_online_log_dest_4          string
db_create_online_log_dest_5          string


Como observan, de facto estos parámetros no se encuentran configurados. Vamos a establecer como valor de facto, las ubicaciones en ambos grupos de disco con los cuáles contamos.

La ventaja en este caso, es que no vamos a tener que indicar la ruta de creación de los archivos para cada grupo de redolog que agreguemos a cada una de las instancias del RAC.

SQL> alter system set db_create_online_log_dest_1='+DATA' scope=both sid='*';
Database altered.

SQL> alter system set db_create_online_log_dest_2='+RECO' scope=both sid='*';
Database altered.

Ahora validemos los cambios realizados.

SQL> show parameter online

NAME                                 TYPE        VALUE
------------------------------------ ----------- -------------------
db_create_online_log_dest_1          string      +DATA
db_create_online_log_dest_2          string      +RECO
db_create_online_log_dest_3          string
db_create_online_log_dest_4          string
db_create_online_log_dest_5          string


Inicialmente vamos a agregar dos grupos más de redologs, a la instancia en el nodo 1.

SQL> alter database add logfile thread 1 group 5 size 50M;

Database altered.

SQL> alter database add logfile thread 1 group 6 size 50M;

Database altered.

Ahora vamos a agregar dos grupos de redolog a la instancia del nodo 2.

SQL> alter database add logfile thread 2 group 5 size 50M;
alter database add logfile thread 2 group 5 size 50M
*
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-01184: logfile group 5 already exists


En caso de que nos equivoquemos e intentemos agregar un grupo de redologs con una asignación numeral ya definida,  nos va a devolver un mensaje de error la base de datos. A pesar que son dos instancias separadas, la numeración de los grupos de redologs, no pueden ser repetidas en ambas instancias.

SQL> alter database add logfile thread 2 group 7 size 50M;

Database altered.

SQL> alter database add logfile thread 2 group 8  size 50M;

Database altered.

Ahora podemos validar la existencia de los nuevos 4 grupos de redologs.

SQL> desc v$log
 Name                                      Null?    Type
 ----------------------------------------- -------- ----------------
 GROUP#                                             NUMBER
 THREAD#                                            NUMBER
 SEQUENCE#                                          NUMBER
 BYTES                                              NUMBER
 BLOCKSIZE                                          NUMBER
 MEMBERS                                            NUMBER
 ARCHIVED                                           VARCHAR2(3)
 STATUS                                             VARCHAR2(16)
 FIRST_CHANGE#                                      NUMBER
 FIRST_TIME                                         DATE
 NEXT_CHANGE#                                       NUMBER
 NEXT_TIME                                          DATE
 CON_ID                                             NUMBER

SQL> select group#, thread#, sequence#, members, status from v$log;

    GROUP#    THREAD#  SEQUENCE#    MEMBERS STATUS
---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------------
         1          1         11          2 CURRENT
         2          1         10          2 INACTIVE
         3          2          3          2 INACTIVE
         4          2          4          2 CURRENT
         5          1          0          2 UNUSED
         6          1          0          2 UNUSED
         7          2          0          2 UNUSED
         8          2          0          2 UNUSED

8 rows selected.

SQL>


Si revisan la información de la vista "v$logfile" podrán observar como fueron distribuidos cada uno de los miembros de los grupos creados en una ubicación distinta, multiplexando así las rutas de dichos archivos y cumpliendo con las buenas prácticas.

SQL> select group#, status, member from v$logfile;

    GROUP# STATUS  MEMBER
---------- ------- -------------------------------------------------
         2         +DATA/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_2.269.904494825
         2         +RECO/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_2.259.904494825
         1         +DATA/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_1.266.904494825
         1         +RECO/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_1.260.904494825
         3         +DATA/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_3.273.904495095
         3         +RECO/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_3.258.904495095
         4         +DATA/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_4.263.904495095
         4         +RECO/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_4.257.904495095
         5         +DATA/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_5.277.904563729
         5         +RECO/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_5.261.904563731
         6         +DATA/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_6.278.904563747
         6         +RECO/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_6.262.904563747
         7         +DATA/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_7.279.904563815
         7         +RECO/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_7.263.904563815
         8         +DATA/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_8.280.904563823
         8         +RECO/PROD/ONLINELOG/group_8.264.904563823

16 rows selected.


SQL>

Oracle Delivers 10x Performance Improvement in Cloud Network Infrastructure

Press Release

New Oracle InfiniBand Network Fabric Transforms the Delivery of Business-Critical Applications in the Cloud

Barcelona – Mobile World Congress —Feb 22, 2016

Extending its commitment to helping organizations embrace cloud infrastructure, Oracle today announced Oracle Enhanced Data Rate (EDR) InfiniBand Fabric. The new software-defined networking-enabled, 100 GB/s converged fabric enables enterprise customers to securely accelerate application performance in order to quickly respond to changing business demands. These capabilities also provide the basis for future generations of highly converged Engineered Systems.

“Enterprise customers deploying business-critical applications in the cloud require software-defined, high-performance network infrastructure that can respond to changing business demands in real time,” said Brad Casemore, director of research for datacenter networking at IDC. “With optimizations for Oracle’s application software integrated into its InfiniBand network-fabric silicon and switches, Oracle is delivering a comprehensive stack of integrated software and infrastructure—including the underlying network fabric—so that enterprise customers can readily embrace cloud computing.”

Oracle’s EDR InfiniBand Fabric enables organizations to successfully deploy business-critical applications in the cloud by improving network performance, efficiency and security. Built on open standards, the new solution will help customers accelerate application performance on key Oracle, third party, and user-developed enterprise workloads, including transaction processing, and makes it possible for enterprises to dramatically improve response times in network-facing applications.

“In cloud environments, new tenants, applications, and changing workload demands are the norm. Traditional, rigid approaches to network infrastructure that rely heavily on manual processes can be time consuming, costly and error-prone,” said Raju Penumatcha, senior vice president, Netra Systems and Networking, Oracle. “Oracle EDR InfiniBand Fabric provides a scalable and non-blocking, secure, open, and unified solution that virtualizes all network infrastructure for on-demand provisioning and orchestration without compromising performance.”

With Oracle’s EDR InfiniBand Fabric, organizations are able to benefit from:
  • Unparalleled Performance: At 100 Gb/s, Oracle EDR InfiniBand Fabric delivers 10x the performance of Ethernet and 3x the performance of previous generation InfiniBand that enables 4:1 network consolidation with the ability to seamlessly integrate with existing datacenter storage and networking. Using a non-blocking, fat-tree topology customers can gain an unprecedented level of flexibility for service deployment and responsiveness to load variation.
  • Improved Efficiency: Oracle’s EDR InfiniBand Fabric provides a single fabric for all server and storage communication, supporting native InfiniBand, virtualized Ethernet, and Fibre Channel. This converged open interconnect can be transparently deployed without changes to applications or storage. Built-in SDN enables the instant creation of private virtual network overlays for secure multi-tenant service isolation.
  • Application Acceleration: Oracle’s EDR InfiniBand Fabric utilizes on-chip cores that can process high concurrent stream counts and offload low latency messaging for accelerating applications. Host CPU cycles are freed up, dramatically reducing response times and increasing throughput.
  • Enhanced Security: Oracle EDR InfiniBand Fabric secures the fabric’s management plane to ensure cloud tenants sharing the same physical infrastructure are isolated from the network traffic and administrative actions of other tenants with secure end-point authentication. It also authenticates key management actions, including provisioning new networks and making configuration changes. Users can also utilize built-in virtual network security services such as firewall, load balancer, IP routing, VPN, and Network Address Translation to protect tenant domains.
  • Open Standards: Oracle’s commitment to open standards, interfaces, and technologies are further reinforced by today’s announcement. Oracle was a founding member of the InfiniBand Trade Association and has invested in InfiniBand technology since 1999. Oracle is a current Steering Committee Member of the IBTA and a member of the Board of Directors of the Open Fabrics Alliance.

Availability
Q2 2016


For More Information
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Oracle Enables Communications Service Providers to Transform Business with Cloud-based Network Services

Press Release

Oracle unifies network and IT service delivery to accelerate cloud deployment of core network functions
Redwood Shores, Calif.—Feb 22, 2016

As communication service providers (CSPs) continue to evolve their networks to take advantage of new technologies to deploy innovative services such as voice over LTE (VoLTE) and voice over wi-fi (VoWiFi), they require agile, cost-effective solutions to address their customers’ digital lifestyle expectations. To achieve these goals, CSPs are shifting more of their core network functions to the cloud. The latest version of Oracle Communications Network Service Orchestration Solution, accelerates this transition by providing key service orchestration capabilities that enable CSPs to rapidly design and automatically deploy, scale, heal and terminate services in the network core. 

The solution is part of the Oracle Communications intelligent orchestration framework, which helps guide CSPs in their adoption of Network Function Virtualization technology and helps them maximize its benefits. The framework gathers and analyzes network performance information, evaluates the network’s operation against predefined policies and business rules, and can trigger the appropriate action to automatically modify the behavior of services, network functions, and virtualized infrastructure – in a closed loop manner.

“CSPs are looking to NFV as a means to both transform their networks and to generate new revenues from the increased agility enabled by network virtualization,” said Dana Cooperson, Research Director at Analysys Mason. “For them to be successful, they must take a holistic orchestration approach, based on a modular set of orchestration functions, that facilitates an increasingly dynamic, virtualized network and integrates with end-to-end business and operations processes. Such an approach, of which Oracle Network Service Orchestration Solution is one example, will best position CSPs to realize the full business benefits of their NFV investment.”

CSPs may use new capabilities within Oracle Communications Network Service Orchestration Solution to:
  • Simplify the deployment of virtualized IMS networks that cost-effectively support a new generation of services, such as VoLTE and VoWiFi.
  • Automatically configure customer and network traffic flows, through integration with the OpenDaylight SDN Controller, to scale services up and down while balancing the network load for improved service quality.
  • Optimally configure network services on the underlying hardware – specifically the organization and deployment of virtual CPUs, memory distribution and disk usage – through integration with industry-leading virtual infrastructure managers.
  • Support a broad range of third party virtual network functions by providing native VNF management capabilities to orchestrate VNFs that may or may not have their own VNF Manager – allowing CSPs choice and flexibility in VNF selection for network deployment.
“As CSPs evolve their networks to take advantage of cloud technologies, they must consider how to rapidly introduce virtual network functions while ensuring services are delivered with consistent, prescribed levels of quality,” said Doug Suriano, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications. “This new release of Oracle Communications Network Service Orchestration Solution enables CSPs to deploy and manage network functions optimally to ensure, for example, that premium customer services are guaranteed to be configured on appropriate resources from end to end.”

Oracle Communications Network Service Orchestration Solution is designed to work with upstream operational systems to help CSPs quickly transition to the delivery of real-time, cloud-based services over virtual and hybrid networks. Oracle’s solution for the end-to-end delivery of contemporary cloud-based services includes common, standards-based modeling of products, services and resources across Oracle’s integrated architecture for lifecycle service orchestration and network service orchestration. This productized, end to end capability provides CSPs the service agility and automated operations to begin to truly transform their business, not just their network.

Oracle will showcase this solution as part of the “Offer and Orchestrate NaaS over the Elastic Network” demonstration in Hall 3, Stand 3B20 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, February 22 – 25, 2016.
·         To learn more about communications network scalability and security, please connect on Twitter @OracleComms and at facebook.com/oraclecommunications, or visit oracle.com/communications.

Oracle Hot Topics and News: Oracle Database Software Installation On Aix fails with "ld: 0711-715

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viernes, 19 de febrero de 2016

Oracle Hot Topics and News: ORA-00700 [ksuxdl: Cleanup Failures] in 12c

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Samsung y Oracle fortalecen su alianza en la nube

Fuente: Rosalía Rozalén, SiliconNews.com

Las compañías trabajan conjuntamente en la actualización de herramientas Apache para desarrollar soluciones empresariales en la nube.

Samsung y Oracle trabajan para ofrecer a los desarrolladores una herramienta plugin de Apache Cordova actualizada para soluciones empresariales basadas en la nube, siguiendo una alianza empresarial paralela a la de Apple e IBM.

Ambas compañías reforzarán su cooperación para proporcionar soluciones empresariales móviles en cloud para los integradores de sistemas y los desarrolladores, tal y como recoge ZDNet.

Bajo esta alianza, desde octubre los dos fabricantes han proporcionado a los desarrolladores código de aplicaciones y herramientas para Apache Cordova, aprovechando la experiencia de software empresarial de Oracle y los dispositivos de Samsung.

El plugin es compatible con la estructura de Oracle y Oracle Mobile Application Toolkit JavaScript.

La nueva actualización proporcionará una herramienta mejorada aunque aún no hay una fecha clara para su disponibilidad.

“En el entorno móvil de hoy es fundamental que las empresas despliegan con éxito una estrategia móvil para lograr el crecimiento. Samsung y Oracle no solo ayudan a los clientes a través de la movilidad, sino que también permiten a los desarrolladores y proveedores de soluciones crear aplicaciones móviles de próxima generación y servicios que impulsan una nueva forma de productividad”, ha afirmado Young Kim, vicepresidente de la unidad de empresas de Samsung.

jueves, 18 de febrero de 2016

Samsung and Oracle Providing the Engine for Enterprises to Mobilize their Business in the Cloud

Press Release

Two leaders in enterprise technology are providing customers the tools that help accelerate development and delivery of mobile solutions

Seoul, Korea and Redwood Shores, Calif.—Feb 18, 2016

Samsung and Oracle are now making it easier for enterprises to embrace today’s modern work setting and take their business to the cloud. The two innovation leaders are working together to give developers and solution providers the advanced tools to create and deliver mobile apps and enterprise solutions. The collaborative effort lets professionals gain a new level of mobile functionality for ultimate engagement and productivity.

Samsung and Oracle are working closely with select systems integrators to help customers across all industries leverage their existing legacy systems and take advantage of the benefits of mobile and cloud, modernizing their IT infrastructure, empowering users and realizing greater cost efficiencies. The companies are also working together on an expanded set of Apache Cordova plug-ins and code samples to help customers modernize their enterprise applications with rich mobile user experiences. This brings together the industry-leading strength of each company – Oracle’s exceptional enterprise software and Mobile Cloud solutions and Samsung’s elite device features.

“In today’s mobile environment, it is critical that businesses deploy a mobile-first strategy to maintain success and accomplish growth,” said Young Kim, Vice President, Enterprise Business Team at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung and Oracle are not only helping customers through mobility but also enabling developers and solution providers to create next generation mobile applications and services that are driving a new frontier of productivity.”

“With the combination of Oracle Mobile Cloud Service and Samsung’s industry-defining device capabilities, we are continuing to advance and simplify enterprise mobility, bringing enterprises to a new level of performance,” said Sri Ramanathan, Group Vice President, Oracle.

Delivering Mobile Solutions

Auraplayer, a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) and Samsung Enterprise Alliance partner, has developed a number of solutions that mobilize Oracle Forms applications leveraging Samsung devices, Oracle Infrastructure offerings and Oracle Mobile Cloud Service. The collaboration has allowed for rapid development of solutions for customers like Jubilee Life Insurance that address critical business needs. 
"Working with the support of Samsung and Oracle has helped to accelerate demonstration and implementation of full mobile solutions for our customers,” said Mia Urman, CEO, Auraplayer. “The unique additions that are found in Samsung hardware also helped us create differentiated end user experiences that can be built in a matter of weeks by using Oracle Mobile Cloud Service with AuraPlayer's Oracle Forms REST API's.”
Samsung and Oracle have worked with a number of systems integrators to foster creation of innovative mobile and Internet of Things enterprise solutions. A number of these will be showcased at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, such as:  
  • HCL Technologies’ predictive maintenance solution built for and powered by Samsung Gear S2, the Oracle IoT Cloud Service and the Oracle Service Cloud. The solution derives intelligence from data to help enterprises effectively drive down the cost of high value asset maintenance.
  • Sofbang’s contracts management solution developed to allow comprehensive management and approval of contracts through rich notifications on Samsung Gear S wearables. All data is secured by Samsung’s robust KNOX mobile security platform.
  • L&T Infotech's smart service solution demonstrates the power of the Oracle IoT Cloud Service harnessed by Samsung tablets, smartphones and wearables to help increase asset operating life, decrease downtime and ensure proactive maintenance.
Enabling Mobile Developers
Samsung is escalating its support of Apache Cordova with an expanded set of plugins that support Oracle Mobile Application Framework and Oracle JavaScript Extension Toolkit developers, as well as the larger Apache Cordova community. The first release of Samsung’s Cordova plugins began last October.   

Examples of mobile enterprise solutions that leverage the Oracle Mobile Cloud Service will also be on display at Mobile World Congress, including industry-specific solutions from both Oracle and Samsung. Samsung will be located at Booth 6A30 in Hall 6, with Oracle at Booth 3B20 in Hall 3.

miércoles, 17 de febrero de 2016

Oracle MySQL Live Webcast: Cómo operar un ambiente de negocios SaaS seguro, accesible, auditable y escalable con MySQL 5.7


Oracle MySQL Live Webcast:
jue, 18 febrero, 10:00 – 11:00


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El mercado SaaS, o Software as a Service, es muy grande y continua a crecer. Si está planeando cambiarse de un modelo tradicional de distribución, o si tiene un negocio nuevo o existente con la intención de desarrollar SaaS, hay desafíos que encontrará a muchos niveles.

Estos desafíos conciernen a todos los que están implicados en la implementación del ambiente, comenzando por el CEO/CTO, pasando por el nivel del negocio, y llegando inclusive hasta la gestión de producto. Los pedidos de disponibilidad 24/7, alto rendimiento, back-up, seguridad, asequibilidad, escalabilidad, manejabilidad, función de auditoria y fácil integración al hacer la entrega de su producto y/o servicio a sus clientes serán los desafíos de negocio que abordaremos en esta sesión WebEx. 

Al demonstrar la capacidad comprobada de MySQL en esta área, le mostraremos como podemos apoyar a los vendedores de SaaS nuevos y avezados. No pierda esta oportunidad. ¡Conozca al equipo, vea los demos y gane un conocimiento profundo de la forma en la que puede beneficiarse de MySQL 5.7 en su ambiente Saas! ¡Regístrese ahora!

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Reorganizing human resources creates new challenges that require flexibility and adaptability. New staff has to be brought onboard quickly. Existing roles need to change. Veteran staff needs to be retrained. Temporary help must be sourced.

The Profit team had to face these challenges at the end of 2015-challenges that Oracle customers also have to face every day, driven by both internal and external disruption. To reflect the dynamic reality of the workplace and the strategies that help managers navigate it, for the third year in a row the February issue of Profit is focused on human resources and cloud computing.


A FOUNDATION FOR GROWTH
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Download Presentations from User Conference BIWA Summit January 2016 for Big Data and Analytics

By Mike.Hallett-Oracle on Feb 16, 2016

There are over a hundred sessions you can download from the BIWA Summit in January 2016: a summary and set of links are here @ Links to Presentations: BIWA Summit'16 - Big Data + Analytics User Conference.
BIWA is an IOUG SIG run entirely by customers, partners and Oracle employee volunteers. 
Here is just a small sample to show you the richness of topics covered: go to the link for the full list.
Advanced Analytics
Presentations (Click on Details to access file if submitted by presenter)
Predictive Modelling and Forecasting
Fault Detection using Advanced Analytics at CERN's Large Hadron Collider: Too Hot or Too Cold
Large Scale Machine Learning with Big Data SQL, Hadoop and Spark
Stubhub and Oracle Advanced Analytics
Fiserv Case Study: Using Oracle Advanced Analytics for Fraud Detection in Online Payments
Learn Predictive Analytics in 2 hours - Oracle Data Miner 4.0 Hands on Lab
Oracle R Enterprise 1.5 - Hot new features
BI and Visualization
Presentations
Preparing for BI 12c Upgrade
Data Visualization at Sound Exchange – a Case Study
Integrating OBIEE and Essbase: why it Makes Sense
Optimize Oracle Business Intelligence Analytics with Oracle 12c In-Memory Database option
Oracle Data Visualization vs. Answers: The Cage Match
See What’s There and What’s Coming with BICS & Data Visualization
Oracle Data Visualization Cloud Service Hands-On Lab with Customer Use Cases
On Metadata, Mashups and the Future of Enterprise BI
Big Data
Presentations
Oracle Modern Manufacturing - Bridging IoT, Big Data Analytics and ERP for Better Results
Enrich, Transform and Analyse Big Data using Big Data Discovery and Visual Analyzer
Oracle Big Data SQL: Unified SQL Analysis Across the Big Data Platform
How to choose between Hadoop, NoSQL or Oracle Database
Analytical SQL in the Era of Big Data
Cloud Computing
Presentations
Oracle BI Tools on the Cloud - On Premise vs. Hosted vs. Oracle Cloud
Hybrid Cloud Using Oracle DBaaS: How the Italian Workers Comp Authority Uses Graph Technology
Safe Passage to the CLOUD – Analytics
Data Warehousing and ETL
Presentations
Oracle Database In-Memory Option Boot Camp: Everything You Need to Know
Best Practices for Getting Started With Oracle Database In-Memory
Delivering an Enterprise-Wide Standard Chart of Accounts at GE with Oracle DRM
Worst Practice in Data Warehouse Design
Internet of Things
Presentations
Industrial IoT and Machine Learning - Making Wind Energy Cost Competitive
Big Data and the Internet of Things in 2016: Beyond the Hype
IoT for Big Machines
The State of Internet of Things (IoT)
Oracle Spatial and RDF-Graph Option
Presentations
Dismantling Criminal Networks with Graph and Spatial Visualization and Analysis
Map Visualization in Analytic Apps in the Cloud, On-Premise, and Mobile
Best Practices, Tips and Tricks with Oracle Spatial and Graph
Delivering Smarter Spatial Data Management within Ordnance Survey, UK
Deploying a Linked Data Service at the Italian National Institute of Statistics
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